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Good veg cookbooks? - Page 5

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Originally Posted by r14stars View Post
If you don't like to use a lot of tofu/tempeh/seitan, the Donna Klein cookbooks are GREAT (Vegan Italiano and the Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen). She only uses whole foods, no fake meats/cheeses.

I also love Dreena Burton's Eat, Drink and Be Vegan. She includes a lot of wheat/gluten free stuff as well.
I second the books from Donna Klein, for the same reason. She uses whole foods. Everything I have made from her book The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen came out fantastic! I cant wait for it to cool off a bit so I can turn the stove back on!
post #82 of 84
i just got this book from the library and love it
Clean Food
post #83 of 84
I love The Farm cookbook (yes, Ina May's Farm!), The Modern Vegetarian Kitchen (amazing spinach tofu quiche recipe), and Get It Ripe by Jae Steele.
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The Veganomicon and Vegan With a Vengeance, by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero

The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Joanne Stepaniak

Everyday Vegan by Jeani-Rose Atchison (a VERY good, lesser-known cookbook;  I would go so far as to say it is the most reliable cookbook I own, with every recipe working well)

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