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Vegan|Vegetarian Cooking, Best Cookbooks, Pg. 2

Savvy Vegetarian recommended cookbooks for home cooking

Easy healthy vegan|vegetarian recipes, covering a wide range of cooking styles and veg-friendly international cuisines, packed with cooking info and tips to help you learn how to cook veg, and convert your favorite foods for your vegan or vegetarian diet.

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4 Ingredient Vegan

"The 4 Ingredient Vegan " by Maribeth Abrams, With Anne Dinshah. Easy, delicious, and mostly quick recipes. Every recipe has just 4 main ingredients, which are often prepared foods, such as vegetable broth, canned beans and soups, frozen vegetables and fruit.

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Enchanted Broccoli Forest

"The Enchanted Broccoli Forest ". by Mollie Katzen. Over 200 vegetarian recipes and a bounty of kitchen guidance from one of America's dearest cookbook authors. This classis cookbook makes it easy to be a vegetarian.

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The Everything Vegan Cookbook

"The Everything Vegan Cookbook", by Jolinda Hackett. When Jolinda first decided to give up eggs and dairy, she asked every vegan she knew for advice. One sentiment always stood out: "Learn to Cook"! It's not easy to learn a whole new way of cooking and eating, but this cookbook makes it much, much easier.

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Joy-Vegan-Baking

"The Joy of Vegan Baking", by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. Wonderful introduction to vegan baking, with dessert recipes for both experienced and beginner cooks, includes an in depth explanation of dairy and egg substitutions that will allow her readers to make other non-vegan dessert recipes vegan.

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The New Laurel's Kitchen

"The New Laurel's Kitchen" by Laurel Robertson. This cookbook harks back to the '70's brown-rice-crunchy-granola style of vegetarian cooking. But we still like the nutrition tables, the simple family oriented recipes, the love and sincerity with which it is written. Great for beginning vegetarian cooks.

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Veg Family Cookbook

"The New Moosewood Cookbook", by Mollie Katzen. This was one of my first vegetarian cookbooks, providing all kinds of delicous nourishing vegetarian recipes my famlily would happily eat. And it's so much fun! Or try any of Mollie Katzen's cookbooks.

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Raw Food Revolution Diet

"The Raw Food Revolution Diet" by Cherie Soria, with vegan dietitians Brenda Davis and Vesanto Melina, is a raw food diet weight loss guide, with raw vegan recipes. The first half of the book is a carefully constructed inspirational guide to a raw foods diet, and the second half - scrumptious raw food recipes!

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Veg-5-Ingredient-Gourmet

"The Vegetarian 5 Ingredient Gourmet", by Nava Atlas. For beginners, children and teens, busy people, the cooking challenged, and the lazy. Lots of information about ingredients, cooking techniques, and shortcuts, plus a menu planner, and suggested menus with every recipe.

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Veg Family Cookbook

"The Vegetarian Family Cookbook", by Nava Atlas. Mostly vegan, useful for everyone from beginners to experienced vegetarian cooks, with information on vegetarian lifestyle, nutrition, ingredients, cooking techniques, and tips, along with menu suggestions for each recipe.

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Veggie Queen

"The Veggie Queen: Vegetables Get The Royal Treatment"by Jill Nussinow. Jill has taught hundreds of people how to successfully use a pressure cooker. Her new DVD - "Pressure Cooking: A Fresh Look, Delicious Dishes in Minutes" is available.

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Vegan Baking Classics

"Vegan Baking Classics" by Kelly Rudnicki. Mainstream vegan cookbook - these delicious vegan baking recipes look and taste just like the recipes in a regular cookbook such The Joy of Cooking, but they don't have any eggs and dairy – or nuts.

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Vegan Brunch

"Vegan Brunch - Homestyle Recipes Worth Waking Up For — from Asparagus Omelets to Pumpkin Pancakes:" by Isa Chandra Moscowitz. Full of easy healthy recipes which will bring awesomeness to all your brunches. The only problem you'll have with her cookbook is deciding which mouth watering recipes to make for your next vegan brunch.

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Vegan-Express

"Vegan Express", by Nava Atlas. For beginners, children and teens, busy people, the cooking challenged, and the lazy. Lots of information about ingredients, cooking techniques, and shortcuts, plus a menu planner, and suggested menus with every recipe.

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Vegan-Fire-Spice

"Vegan Fire And Spice - 200 Sultry and Savory Global Recipes", by Robin Robertson. "It's amazing to realize that in our very own kitchens, we can have the world at our fingertips. Start with some unadorned grains, beans, and fresh vegetables, and with the mere twist of a spice mill, you can treat yourself to an astounding variety of global dishes."

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Vegan-Fusion

"Vegan Fusion", by Mark Reinfeld, & Bo Rinaldi. Besides the beautiful presentation and the incredible recipes, there's a marvellous section on vegan natural food preparation, basic prepping and cooking techniques, marinades and condiments, soup stock, soaking and sprouting, grain and legume cooking charts, and a sugar conversion chart.

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Vegan-Soups

"Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews For All Seasons", by Nava Atlas. This popular cookbook has been revised and updated. It's now dairy free. The last chapter has a selection of quick breads, muffins, scones, etc, to accompany the soups.

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Vegan Unplugged

"Vegan Unplugged, Pantry Cuisine Cookbook & Survival Guide", by Jon & Robin Robertson. How to not just survive, but thrive in any tough situtation - cooking tips & hints for tasty healthy eating in disasters or emergencies with no electricity.

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Veg-Cooking-for-Everyone

"Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone", by Deborah Madison. Packed with information about all aspects of vegetarian cooking, equipment, ingredients, and 1400+ excellent recipes, for everyone from beginners to seasoned cooks. Oriented to contemporary urban and gourmet tastes.

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What, No Meat? Traditional Italian Cooking the Vegetarian Way

"What, No Meat? Traditional Italian Cooking the Vegetarian Way", by Roberta Roberti. Easy, flexible recipes for simple, delicious, uncomplicated food. Many are old family recipes, learned from Roberti's mother & aunt.

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