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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Cooking

 

by Beverly Lynn Bennett and Ray Sammartano

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You're no idiot, of course. You know eating vegan is a healthy choice. But when you think about omitting meat, dairy, and eggs, you start to wonder what's left.

Taste how deliciously diverse vegan cooking can be! Filled with 240 creative recipes, The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Vegan Cooking helps you bring mouthwatering vegan dishes to your table—that even meat-eaters will love! In this Complete idiot's Guide, you get:

• Beginner-friendly tips for creating vegan versions of your favorite recipes.
• Simple substitutions for replacing meat, dairy, eggs, gelatin, and honey in your vegan cooking and baking.
• Straight talk on getting the calcium, protein, and other nutrition you need while eating vegan.
• Easy-to-follow advice on planning healthful vegan meals your family will love.

About the Authors:
Beverly Lynn Bennett Is an experienced vegan chef, writer, and animal lover who has worked for various vegan and vegetarian restaurants and natural foods establishments during the past decade. A vegan for over 15 years, she is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Vegan Living and the e-cookbook Eat Your Veggies! She has hosted The Vegan Chef website at veganchef.com since 1999.

Ray Sammartano is a long-time vegan cook and "foodie" who has devoted himself to spreading the vegan message for the past 15 years. In 1999, he created a popular online vegan discussion forum known as the Vegan Message Board, which evolved into the semi-official forum for the Vegan Society until 2002.

 

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