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Another Dinner Is Possible: More Than Just a Vegan Cookbook - Recipes & Food for Thought

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"Another Dinner Is Possible "is a unique two in one cook book and guidebook featuring over 250 recipes for food that's simple but full of flavour, and cheap but tasty ... Plus articles and guides to reconnecting with the food we eat, how food affects us on all levels of our lives, and some things we can do to develop a better relationship to it. All recipes are written for ...more
Spiral-bound, 256 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Active Distribution (first published February 20th 2007)
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My interest in vegetables is quite young; around a year and half. Since this new found vegetarian interest, I’ve been looking out for recipes which are quick and involve simple ingredients so that I don’t have to run around super-market looking for all those hard to pronounce spices.

At first glance, I must confess that I was disappointed with Mike and Isy’s Another Dinner Is Possible. This spiral bound, black and white printed pages, with articles on food fights and how peak oil affects our food
Typical but reliable vegan standbys, with an emphasis on whole foods & easy to find veggies & pulses. The editors included thoughtful pieces on veganism & social justice from various perspectives, including parents & folks with eating disorders. I was especially impressed & moved by the article on food addiction & disordered eating by "L." Keeping the silence around EDs is obviously not unique to feminist/activist circles, but it can feel especially shameful to speak abou ...more
In one place it actually recommends 'cooking' an ingredient without divulging how.

Everything is so basic you may as well just guess your own ingredients, you'd probably make better recipes. Everything they suggest can be easily found on the internet. There is nothing new in this book.

If you're looking for something interesting, tasty, original and really good for you then get the Veganomicon. I wasted money on this book.
As someone who is

a) Terrified of cooking in general, and
b) Often called upon to cook for vegans,

this book has made my life immensely better.
Jose Palafox
Just arrived at AK Press (9/30/09). Order at:
it's on it's way! yay!
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