Vegan/Vegetarian

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“Children who cook become children who taste and often eat. Get the kids to clean, scrub or peel the potatoes and carrots.

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In Show Up for Salad: 100 More Recipes for Salads, Dressings, and All the Fixins You Don’t Have to Be Vegan to Love, Terry Hope Romero does a lot more than provide a few recipes for those

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“[Y]ou might think of this book as you would your very own vegetable-cooking school + toolbox + charismatic coach in one.”

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“Although vegetables are the centerpiece in The Modern Cook’s Year, author Anna Jones has gathered an encyclopedia of information and recipes on all kinds of fruits, grains, and le

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“Look, getting bullied in school and coming home crying in the rain and my mom making me a can of Campbell’s tomato soup with some oysterettes.

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“Ginny Kay McMeans shows us how to create recipes that dispel the myth that vegans don’t get enough protein.”

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Aromatic scents emanating from the family kitchen. Standing on a chair at the counter while Mother cooks. Hips touching while we patiently wait to taste the chocolate covered spoon.

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"a must for any home cook who wants to learn more about the intricacies of Spanish cuisine."

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“Power Vegan Meals is a well thought out compilation of powerful and energetic plant-based recipes for the active individual.”

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“The Campbell family continue their successful quest to create a healthier and peaceful life for everyone.”

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Dr. Joel K. Kahn is passionate about making America healthy. His most recent book, The Plant-Based Solution, offers a blueprint for success.

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“Victoria Moran reminds us that being vegan is not complicated. Have fun . . .”

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“My copy of Wild Flavors is so dog-eared that the book looks like I’ve owned and used it for years. I haven’t—but I intend to.”

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“Michelle Owens does not ‘presume to dictate something so personal’ as the ‘rules for making a garden.’ Rather, her stated intention in this delightful book is ‘to suggest ways to think abo