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5/2/12 9:24 P

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You can download the book from amazon... www.amazon.com/Easy-Vegan-Meals-Spar
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"Then God said, "I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seeds in it. They will be yours for food." Gen 1:29


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5/2/12 6:20 P

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Where do you find the cookbooks? All I saw was trinkets and DVDs in the shop... if they do have a vegan cookbook I would be very interested in seeing it :)

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4/5/12 5:47 P

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I am not 100% vegan, more vegetarian. However, when I do have vegan days besides lots of veggies and fruit, I eat beans and brown rice. Also, for Easter I will be making a dish that will combine brown rice, lentils, mushrooms, onions, garlic and maybe another vegetable but not sure yet. I will also be making a large veggie salad. There is a lot of information here and on other websites and also books on how to get protein when doing vegan. Beans, lentils and
tofu are good examples of non meat protein.

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4/4/12 3:04 P

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I liked the new vegan cookbook.
Like you, I do vegan several days a week. We keep our own chickens, so I know they are treated VERY well and are not killed after their usefulness is over. I eat alot of 1 whole egg mixed with three egg whites (and my dog loves the leftover yolks). But on vegan days, or when I have had alot of egg customers, I eat tofu, beans, tons of lentils, and very limited amounts of nuts. My husband eats alot of nuts. (My husband is a nut!)
I have found I like almond milk, and I am healthier when I stay away from cheese. We are considering getting a jersey cow (they are so gentle and sweet) but I imagine that will be farther in our future.

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4/2/12 10:07 A

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So i am really considering getting the new vegan cookbook from SP. Has any one tried it yet? I think I am 95% vegetarian now (I ate meat yesterday, but found I didn't like it that much) I don't know that I can go completely vegan (I do like my eggs and cheese) but will try to go vegan 2-3 times a wk. How do I get enough protein in my diet though?? what are the benefits of either?

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