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    Vegetarian Cookbooks

    We're pleased to offer this hand-picked section of vegetarian cookbooks. We tried to choose cookbooks that are low-fat, have lots of recipes, are easy to use, and which have plenty of recipes for vegans.

    Vegan Handbook:
    Over 200 Delicious Recipes, Meal Plans, and Vegetarian Resources for All Ages

    by Debra Wasserman

    $1.95


    150 Vegan Favorites:
    Fresh, Easy and Incredibly Delicious Recipes You Can Enjoy Every Day
    by Jay Solomon

    $1.32


    Easy Vegan Cooking:
    Over 350 Delicious Recipes for Every Occasion
    by Leah Leneman

    $1.85


    Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook
    by the editors of Veg. Times

    $2.18

    20 Minutes to Dinner: Quick, Low-Fat Vegetarian Meals, by Bryanna Clark Grogan. Get in and out of the kitchen FAST with tempting and nutritious dishes from vegetarian innovator, Bryanna Clark Grogan. Most of the recipes are based on the Mediterranean/Asian model using lots of grains, fruits and vegetables. Nutritional analyses accompany each recipe.

    $7.00 used

     

    May All Be Fed: Diet for a New World, by John Robbins & Jia Patton. An abbreviated, updated version of Diet for a New America, which remedies the main complaint against that book: a lack of recipes. Now you'll be able to take action after being inspired by Robbins' convincing thesis. Contains nearly 200 vegan recipes. Read excerpt or

    $1.35

    The McDougall Program. Not only contains 130 lowfat vegan recipes, but also provides the wisdom of Dr. McDougall. McDougall ran an amazingly successful 12-day in-patient vegetarian program at the St. Helena Hospital in Deer Park, California. Participants were able to eliminate or drastically reduce insulin and high blood pressure medicines almost immediately. This book shows how to do it without going to the clinic. Convincingly presents the case for the health benefits of a vegetarian diet from the viewpoint of a trained medical professional. Probably the best of all the McDougall books. Read excerpt or

    $1.79



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  • Protein Myths
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