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Veganomicon by Isa Chandra Moskowitz
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Jun 02, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: vegan-cooking

I decided to make the leap into veganism in July 2011 after reading several books about the diet's benefits and I have never felt better. I once couldn't imagine NOT eating meat or dairy, but after experimenting with so many great cookbooks, it really has been an easy transition. I have slipped up a few times and believe me, your body will LET YOU KNOW that it doesn't want that crap anymore. It's a shame that vegan dishes get a bad rep - most I have tried have been fantastic. Even my husband, who still eats meat and dairy occasionally (we don't bring it into the house anymore - just milk for him b/c that is his non-vegan vice) RAVES about most of the vegan meals I have prepared. So many pluses to the whole thing. Anyway...

I received this cookbook for Christmas and I am already head-over-heels in love with it. I went through the book tonight and wrote out the initial list of the recipes I want to try first. I had a full sheet, front and back, to choose from. I flagged down the husband to get him to select a couple of dinners and we have a menu planned.

Will be back with an update once I start cooking...
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Angie I was going to recommend this to you after seeing your rating of Vegan Slow-Cooking for Two, but I see you're already familiar.


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