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Vegan & Gluten-free Recipes To LIVE For: Comfort Food That Comforts!

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A cookbook featuring 95 vegan, gluten-free recipes. Also includes a discussion about GMOs, factory farms and how "modern wheat" adversely affects a growing number of people. Includes photos of artist Sybil Blazej's paintings of some of the dishes.
Kindle Edition, First, 149 pages
Published February 13th 2013 by Amazon
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Nancy Van Iderstine
May 11, 2013 Nancy Van Iderstine rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Yep, I just rated my own book, but, fortunately, I gave it a good rating! :-) This project, which I consider a labor of love, was inspired by my desire to help change the perception that eating healthy, vegan food is an act of austerity.

Two years ago, when I lamented the fact that Big Agra and the biotech industry have a stranglehold on our food supply, I began writing about that. I thought, okay, meat's not safe, and giants in the dairy industry are doing terrible things (to people AND animals
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