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The Vegan Cook's Bible

2.94 of 5 stars 2.94  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Discover the delicious delights of a vegan diet.

Pat Crocker's recipes capture the natural flavors at the very core of plant-based foods. This collection proves that a vegan diet can be rich, varied and delicious, responding to modern, sophisticated palates.

Using a rainbow of natural whole foods, these 250 recipes offer a wide range of combinations and a host of ideas for p
Paperback, 383 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by Robert Rose (first published April 11th 2007)
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Mar 22, 2011 Ami rated it 2 of 5 stars
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Just inspiring enough to make me want to copy down a couple recipes. Maybe I'll add another star if I try any of them & it turns out okay. The first part is packed with nutritional garble that seems entirely overly complicated. It is organized by different body systems (endocrine, immune, cardiovascular, etc.) and tells you which foods are best for promoting the health of each. This is mostly helpful if you have a deficiency in one area, I'd imagine. Then it goes on to detail different types ...more
Lisa Vegan
Blech! The title is such a misnomer. Why are fish and fish oil even mentioned in a book with this title?! That said, the recipes seem to be vegan. But, yuck!

I wasn’t interested in the nutritional information. I can get better from Ginny Messina, Jack Norris, many other vegan R.D.s, and elsewhere.

But, some of the individual foods listed are interesting to read about.

Many of the recipes require using other recipes on other pages, but some require less fuss.

There are two short photo sections; the f
I love this book. I have a huge collection of nutrition, medicinal and cookbooks, but I'll be referencing this gem for a very long time. The section on healthy living is invaluable. I have books that concentrate on herbs and spices for medicinal purposes from a variety of sources and books that concentrate on vegetables from a nutritional view, but I've never found a book as comprehensive as this one that concentrates on how to improve upon health issues with a variety of food you ingest with Ve ...more
Like others have said, why are you mentioning fish, fish oils, eggs and dairy. I like the premise of the book but don't call something vegan when it isn't. Two thumbs way down!
I like the layout of this book, but I was only able to give it one star because the author, who is not vegan, recommends fish and fish oil. Just a heads-up, but eating fish isn't vegan. You can get the same information elsewhere minus the fish. I wouldn't pay money for this.
Well, I'm glad I got this for $4 at a thrift store instead of full price. The title is misleading. "Fish oil" is far from vegan! Still, there's some good recipes, but I can't get over the stink that is the fish oil...
Pretty fuckin' ballsy to title a book The Vegan Cook's BIBLE and then recommend eating fish.
Apr 29, 2009 Cara marked it as skimmed-through
This book has both "American" and metric measurements. Not many pictures, but lots of recipes.
Heather Moss
This "vegan" book recommends fish and fish oil as part of a healthy diet. Beware.
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