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although I am not Vegan, I do enjoy cooking vegan meals from time to time and try not to eat meat once a week or so, so I think this is great!
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I'm not sure I'm ready to go vegan and I know that my teenaged sons are not, but I am intrigued by the idea of occassional meatless meals. I just made the black bean burgers from the cookbook for the first time and loved them! (not sure about the protein values though--cookbook says 19 grams protein and recipe calculator said 9!)
Anyway, is there any change this vegan cookbook will come out in other formats? Like Nook maybe? (hint, hint)
I would definitely buy it and I will look at how to read Kindle books on my computer--I promise!
This will prove useful for my vegan Fridays. I'm getting a little tired of vegan chili.
Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible and suddenly you will be doing the impossible -- St Francis of Assisi
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SparkPeople has just published the first in a line of ebooks, "Easy Vegan Meals by SparkPeople: The No-Stress, No-Guilt Way to Reap the Benefits of a Plant-Based Diet."
For more information click on this link.
The No-Stress, No-Guilt Approach to Meatless Meals
For those of you who have purposed the ebook, what do you think? Anyone going to participate in the 30-Day Meatless Challenge?
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