When I google a recipe, allrecipes.com comes up a lot and www.epicurious.com/ . One thing to look for is a lot of ratings based on the amount of time the recipe has been there and a high number of stars; those are usually winners one can start with before exploring others.
Fitness Minutes: (6,594) Posts: 547 2/16/12 1:29 A
I get my books from the library and check them out that way first; if I really like it, I buy it. I also like to google recipes. There are quite a few sites with good recipes. Here is one for veggies: http://vegetariantimes.com which is one of my favorites.
Fitness Minutes: (4,715) Posts: 1,252 2/15/12 10:01 A
Hi team! I would like to eat more fruits and veggies and am searching for a good cookbook. Do any of you recommend one? I would like one that's low calorie, gives nutritional facts, is wallet friendly, doesn't need 50 ingredients for one recipe, is quick (no *wait for an hour for dough to rise* recipes), and most importantly, is clean and mostly veggie recipes. I want to move away from meat and would like to start loving greens again. Yet I'm also not fully vegetarian so I don't need a book that requires meat alternatives. I am thinking of cleansing my body with whole, clean foods, but don't want anything too boring or too raw. Hope that makes sense. Thanks for any recommendations!
"Failure is only postponed success as long as courage 'coaches' ambition. The habit of persistence is the habit of victory." Herbert Kaufman
SparkPeople, SparkCoach, SparkPages, SparkPoints, SparkDiet, SparkAmerica, SparkRecipes, DailySpark, and other marks are trademarks of SparkPeople, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
SPARKPEOPLE is a registered trademark of SparkPeople, Inc. in the United States, European Union, Canada, and Australia. All rights reserved.