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Vegetarian Cookbooks?

Posted by admin on May 6, 2010

Does anyone have any recommendations for good Vegetarian Cookbooks or books for beginning vegetarians?

Depends on what you are looking for.

If you are one person and looking for small, budget friendly meals than I would advise The Students Vegetarian Cookbook. It has nutritional info and it also has lots of recipes for one or two people using cheap, easy to find ingredients.

If you are trying to cook larger portions, the I would recomment 5 Ingredient Vegetarian Cookbook. It also has a lot of recipes, it only takes a short time to cook any of them, and it tries to use convenience foods like canned or frozen things to cut down on time. Plus you dont have to buy a lot of things.

Rachel Ray has a very nice vegetarian cookbook if you want a little more diversity and gourmet meals.

And if you just want incredible recipes (she is for vegans though) Dreena Burton has three cookbooks that are just great.

Also, the Idiots Guide to Becoming Vegetarian not only has great recipes, but it has all the nutritional info.

But the best resource I have found for nutrtional info is Mercy for Animals vegetarian starter pack (google it), it is a magazine that contains good nutritional info in a simple easy to follow format and they also have recipes.

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Jill F:

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss__2_3?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=vegetarian+cookbook&sprefix=veg&sprefix=veg&sprefix=veg

Here are a list of cookbooks from amazon.com and they have user ratings to give you an idea of how popular they are. You can also check in any bookstore (Borders or Waldens are my faves, or a used bookstore because that would be a lot cheaper).

Hope this helps!
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May 6th, 2010 | 1:55 pm
Tammy A:

linda McCartney is a really good vegetarian cook.
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May 6th, 2010 | 2:42 pm
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot:

Depends on what you are looking for.

If you are one person and looking for small, budget friendly meals than I would advise The Students Vegetarian Cookbook. It has nutritional info and it also has lots of recipes for one or two people using cheap, easy to find ingredients.

If you are trying to cook larger portions, the I would recomment 5 Ingredient Vegetarian Cookbook. It also has a lot of recipes, it only takes a short time to cook any of them, and it tries to use convenience foods like canned or frozen things to cut down on time. Plus you dont have to buy a lot of things.

Rachel Ray has a very nice vegetarian cookbook if you want a little more diversity and gourmet meals.

And if you just want incredible recipes (she is for vegans though) Dreena Burton has three cookbooks that are just great.

Also, the Idiots Guide to Becoming Vegetarian not only has great recipes, but it has all the nutritional info.

But the best resource I have found for nutrtional info is Mercy for Animals vegetarian starter pack (google it), it is a magazine that contains good nutritional info in a simple easy to follow format and they also have recipes.
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May 6th, 2010 | 2:55 pm
defectiveavacado:

I highly recommend Vegan With a Vengeance by Chandra Moskowits.
If you want to add dairy to the recipes they work fine, and the food is amazing. Vegan biscuits and gravy. Imagine.
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May 6th, 2010 | 3:42 pm
Kim N:

Becoming Vegetarian: The Complete Guide to Adopting a Healthy Vegetarian Diet – Vesanto Melina & Brenda Davis
The Meat-Lover’s Vegetarian Cookbook – Tanya Petrovna
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May 6th, 2010 | 3:58 pm
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