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From: Lisa ( -
Subject: Re: Vegetarian cookbook
Date: March 9, 2011 at 8:31 am PST

In Reply to: Vegetarian cookbook posted by A on January 18, 2011 at 3:58 pm:

Most of my cookbooks do NOT include the nutritional information, but if
I want that info, I google sparkpeople recipe calculator and type in
each ingredient and then how many servings and it will give you
nutrition info. My favorite cookbooks:
Vegan with a Vengeance (great pancake recipes and fun to read)
Vegan Cupcakes Take over the World
Vegan Cookies invade your Cookie Jar (I make all my christmas cookies
from this now, the chocolate chip tastes just like Toll house, but you
can lick the dough. And my favorite, Cherry almond cookies, yummy)
Veganomicon (Teaches how to cook a vegetable, a MUST have for every
vegan kitchen)
All of these are by Isa chandra Moscovitz and Terry Hope Romero and are
available on amazon. Two of them were available at my library system
for me to try first.
I also love Vegan on the Cheap(Great ways to make your own. A wonderful
recipe using Seitan, beans, soy sauce and nutritional yeast to make your
own deli slices that my kids love) and Vegan Planet by Robin Robertson
The Candle Cafe Cookbook is also really good for gourmet options
I have Table for Two and the Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Joanne
Two more favorites:
The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen by Donna Klein (wonderful salad and
dressing recipes and the best minestrone soup I've ever made
The Vegan Family by Chefe Brian P McCarthy (Who has a couple you tube
videos with demos of some of the recipes.

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