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Old 04-11-2004, 02:35 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Ok my subject line aint the best.. i have started this thread so we can help new vegetarians and vegans find easy recipe sources on the web or recommend must have cooking books that we have come across...


I will start:

VegFamily Recipes

Vegweb (we all knew i was gonna throw that one out there) :LOL

Vegan Recipes at About.com

Cat Tea Corner

Black Vegetarians Recipes

VegKitchen.com

Ok now some books:

How it All Vegan, CalciYum, Vegan Vittles, Cooking with PETA, The Voluptous Vegan, Vegetarian Cooking for People with Allergies


I also have many books i jus got out of the library today that i will skim over and post the titles tomorrow.. or i should say later on today... now its time for bed...

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Old 04-11-2004, 03:36 AM
 
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My favorite recipie book is Vegan Mediterranean. It's by this amazing woman who went travelling all over the area looking for *authentically-vegan* recipies! This means dishes the people in those countries automatically make vegan. So everything tastes like its supposed to and there aren't any wierd substitutions. One highlight is that they are from all around the Mediterranean, so a lot of countries are covered and there is quite a variety of flavors. She includes varieties and suggestions for menus. The recipies are really easy to follow and we've hardly had to do any altering of cooking times, etc. Lots of desserts, too, like making your own fruit sorbets!

Some of my favorites:
Egyptian Lentil Soup (big favorite in my family, and not just with the vegans)
Poor Man's Pesto - we use pumpkin seeds instead of pinola nuts for the EFAs (omega 3 and 6)
Great salads, too.

There's also the "Vegetarian Meat and potato lover's cookbook" - things like Shepherd's Pie!

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