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"So, What Do You Eat?": A Practical Guide to Healthy Animal-free Nutrition and Easy Family Meals Spiral-bound – 1 Nov 1999

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  • Spiral-bound: 72 pages
  • Publisher: Liz Cook (1 Nov. 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0953622207
  • ISBN-13: 978-0953622207
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 1.8 x 29.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 70,697 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Spiral-bound
From the laminated cover (to protect from spills by clumsy cooks like myself), to the hand-drawn illustrations, via the hand-written, delicious receipts, the comprehensive nutritional information and even an "All you need" shopping list, this book is both practical and beautifully presented.
Normally only drawn by recipe books full of enticing colour photographs, this book caught my attention via the laminated nutrient wallchart (also available from Amazon). The chart belongs on the kitchen wall and the book should be well-thumbed.
There are breakfast suggestions, wholesome and satisfying soups, quick and easy main meals (from lentil roast to barbecue beans), salad and vegetable suggestions, tea-time quick snacks and irresistible cakes and puddings (from mango hedgehog to vegan chocolate cake). Just flicking through the book makes my mouth water!
This book will appeal to those who love and use "The Moosewood Cookbook" and "The Enchanted Broccoli Forest" by Mollie Katzen. If you haven't seen these books but are looking for delicious, mostly healthy recipes, look them up immediately!
This book will join them as a must have for vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike. Billed as "A practical guide to healthy animal-free nutrition & easy family meals" on the cover, "So, What Do You Eat?" provides all this and more.
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This is my first vegan cookbook and I have found it really useful. The recipes are all very basic but have given me a great starting point. Making Spicy Lentil Soup is so easy and really does taste good and the "Cut and Come Again" loaf is really fruity - one to always have in the cupboard! It is not jam packed with recipes - just essential/basic ones which is why I think it is so good to get started with, it really offers a good foundation for vegan cooking.
The other really helpful part of the book is on the back cover where it lists each vitamin, all the minerals, protein, fibre etc and below each is what food will give you that nutrient - REALLY GOOD. I have already loaned this book out to several friends (not vegan or veggie) who have gained an insight and new ideas - particularly the food lists at the back.
The last points about the book are that it is all in handwriting with sketches by each recipe, which took some getting used to when it arrived, but now I find it quite charming and easy to go through. The book is also spiral bound with a really hard clear plastic cover front and back this makes the book very easy to use and flip through and keeps it in excellent condition.
I purchased this book to enhance my reading of Gillian McKeith's "You Are What You Eat" and it has been an excellent book to start me off on a better healthier eating regime (no dairy and no meat)
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This book is tremendously useful. The recipes are for six people but it does contain some really useful basics like houmous, pesto, gravy, sauces, pancake mix, as well as plenty of ideas for home baking and salads. I particularly like the way, she gives basic proportions and then suggests all kinds of variations allowing you to adjust everything to your taste. It's full of wholesome tasty ideas from breakfast to dessert and it's completely vegan! There's a great nutrition section with a breakdown of what you need, what it does and where to find it. The fact that it's written and illustrated by hand make it exceedingly cute too.
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I bought the book and the chart, really informative and the recipes are really nice. The spinach and lentil hot pot is delicious and very nutritious. I make lots of recipes from this book, my daughter who is 18 months and also vegan loves a lot of the recipes. Even my husband who is not the greatest at eating his 5 a day loves the spinach and lentil hotpot, I have to make extra! Not made all the recipes yet, though everything has been really nice. Great as Liz also lets you know what freezes well. The chart is also great as at a glance its nice to know what vitamins, minerals and a balanced diet we are eating. Got a few vegan books and this one so far is my favourite :-)
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A good book for basic recipes, nice and easy to follow with easy to access ingredients.
The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is that some of the recipes use tinned beans and tomatoes although these are easily substituted with dried beans and fresh tomatoes. The sweet recipes also rely on margarine and sugar, I would have liked some clean eating sweet recipes instead.
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Format: Spiral-bound
This book is beautiful. Full of faultless and delicious recipes that you'll find yourself going back to again and again. You can also feel you're in safe hands with Liz's food because she clearly knows what she is talking about when it comes to nutrition.
I'm vegan but a meat-eating friend of mine chose to use one of the recipes when she was hosting a dinner for other omnivores and she got so many compliments it's now a mainstay in her repertoire.
I hope there's more to come from Liz. Do yourself a favour and buy this book.
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This book is truly fantastic for those wanting to introduce their families (particularly those with young children - or a non adventurous meat eating partner!) to more vegan recipes. I have many vegan cookbooks but some of them are too experimental or far removed from traditional family dishes for my one year old and five year old to be able to identify and want to try. Also great for those new to vegan foods who want to try and cook vegan versions of their favorite dishes. As this book has been around for a while it doesn't contain any fancy ingredients that are often expensive and you have to hunt for. Love the beautiful illustrations too. Cant wait to try the chocolate cake!
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