thanks everyone for the suggestions i did check my libraries online catalog and they have tons of cookbooks even some of the ones you mentioned here so i will check out a bunch sometime soon. also thanks for the websites/ pinterest. ecspecially oh she glows because i checked her out and she actually lives in the same area that i do so that's great.
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Fitness Minutes: (60,205) Posts: 606 6/11/12 9:02 A
A Great Book is "How to cook Everything Vegetarian" by Mark Bittman He has done lots of cook books but this one is great. Not only tells you recipes but the whole information on each ingredient and substitutions.
A second book I used when I started is Linda McCartney Home Cooking. It tells you good recipes of regular meals you are already used to.
I totally agree with checking them out from the library to find one that meets your lifestyle and cooking style. One of my favs is Supermarket Vegan. Designed to have easily accessible ingredients the recipes are generally quick and healthy and their are a lot of them.
There are a lot of good blogs out there too which may give you some places to start. Post Punk kitchen, Fat Free Vegan, and Oh She Glows are nice.
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Fitness Minutes: (10,498) Posts: 488 6/10/12 11:13 P
there are alot of great books out there,so i check uot books at the library. Some of my favorites are Eat to Live by Joel Furhman, Forks over Knives the book (the movie is good too), Engine 2 Diet,One Dish Vegetarian Meals by Robin Robertson. The MMcDougall Quick & Easy Cookbook..
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