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Emily Deschanel Loves Her New Cookbook 'Vegan Chocolate'

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Impressed by a new book, actress Emily Deschanel felt compelled to tell the Twittersphere about the cookbook that has captured her tastebuds, thanks to those two little words: vegan chocolate.

@goodcakesfran wrote a book called “vegan chocolate” i just got a copy and love it! No two words are sweeter ‘vegan chocolate,'” the “Bones” actress posted.

“Vegan Chocolate: Unapologetically Luscious and Decadent Dairy-Free Desserts” is written by Fran Costigan. The book appears to have everything: truffles, cakes, brownies, and even Moon Pies! Now wonder she’s called “The Queen of Vegan Desserts.”

The only question we have right now is: What recipe will Deschanel make first?!

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