My family is going back to being vegetarian. I have finally convinced my DH to give it a try due to his health. I was a vegetarian before we got together but over the years.... I need some cookbooks with great recipes in them. Things that are not too expensive to make yet will feed a large family. Thanks!!!!
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" --Leonardo Da Vinci
I've also gotten into the Happy Herbivore cookbooks.
The forks over knives cookbook is excellent too.
When I used to eat dairy I also liked the Moosewood Cookbooks, Julie Jordan's cookbooks especially The Cabbagetown Cookbook. These are probably out of date and may be out of print but I loved them once.
I would suggest checking your local library before you buy so you can try them without a lot of monetary investment.
Have fun and good for you and your DH.
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