The Everything Vegan Cookbook

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Everything Books, Jul 18, 2010 - Cooking - 304 pages
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Veganism is about more than just avoiding meat and dairy; it's about cooking and eating healthy food while being good to the planet. Luckily, being good to the planet can be delicious! The Everything Vegan Cookbook is filled with 300 recipes that you'll love, whether you're simply curious or a lifelong vegan, such as:

Fat-Free Banana BreadCurried Pumpkin SoupSpicy Southern JambalayaMaple Cinnamon Breakfast QuinoaFoolproof Vegan FudgeSweetheart Raspberry Lemon CupcakesSinfully Delicious Vegan Ice CreamChocolate Mocha Ice Cream

Cooking for your family every day on wholesome vegan foods can be easy! From quick and easy recipes for hectic weeknights to indulgent breakfasts for lazy weekend mornings, you'll have the confidence you need to take on a healthy, meat- and dairy-free lifestyle.


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Great Starter Cookbook

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This is a great beginners vegan cookbook! It has a lot of basic recipes as well as some more involvedfancy dishes. The recipe variety is great with awesome results. Read full review

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I have tried a few recipes from this cookbook and I've loved every one of them! I just made the Butternut Squash and Cream Cheese recipe. Oh my word is it GREAT! All of the recipes are keepers so far. You can't go wrong!


Appetizers Sauces and Dips
Vegan Breakfasts
Salads and Salad Dressings
Vegetables StirFries and Sides
Rice Entrées and Sides
Classic Pastas
Whole Grains
Miscellaneous Mains
Seitan TVP and Tempeh
Delicious Desserts
Protein Comparison Tables

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About the author (2010)

Jolinda Hackett (Santa Barbara, CA) has been vegetarian for nearly twenty years, and a plant-based vegan for nearly ten. As a volunteer for countless vegan advocacy groups, Hackett spent several years promoting the myriad benefits of a plant-based diet. She continues to counsel new vegetarians and vegans online as the Guide to Vegetarian Food. While at the University of Chicago, she studied with Dr. Gideon Eshel, who made headlines in 2006 with research showing that a vegan diet does more to reduce one's individual planetary footprint than switching from an SUV to a hybrid vehicle. She has been interviewed by and appeared in American Vegan magazine, Food and Home Magazine, the Daily Nexus, the Santa Barbara News Press, the Jerusalem Post, and on WZRD radio in Chicago.

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