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Author: Edward Fulton
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: cook, book, vegetarian, foods, flesh, substitutes
Number of Pages: 274
Published in 1904, Substitutes for Flesh Foods is among the first vegetarian cookbooks to be published in the United States. The book provides insight into what it meant to be a vegetarian in the early 1900s. Allowing for eggs and dairy, the book defines vegetarianism as the abstention from meat, substituting nut products where meat would commonly be used.
Author: Cornelia Schinharl
Publisher: Silverback Books
Keywords: cooking, vegetarian, easy
Number of Pages: 64
A Savory seasonal selection of meatless meals, plus tips on nutrition, and more. Vegetarian cooking has taken a firm foothold in our culture. Here you'll find a variety of savory meatless meals. Though the ingredients are simple to find and recipes a breeze to prepare, the emphasis is placed on purchasing seasonal produce for optimum flavor, nutrition and cost.Also included are tips on nutrition in a vegetarian diet - a guide about how to get sufficient protien, profiles on legumes and grains, and information about sweetening alternatives.
Author: Active Interest Media, Inc.
Publisher: Active Interest Media, Inc.
Keywords: times, vegetarian
Number of Pages: 148
To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: years, using, categorical, exclusions, calendar, approved, service, vegetarian, management, projects, forest
Number of Pages: 12
Author: William Shurtleff
Publisher: Soyinfo Center
Keywords: tempeh, book
Number of Pages: 181
Tempeh is one of Indonesia'?s most extraordinary gifts to the world. A cultured soyfood, it tastes like Southern fried chicken and is the best vegetarian source of vitamin B-12. More importantly, tempeh is a delicious, natural source of high-quality, cholesterol-free protein, making it an excellent aid to reducing cholesterol as well as a light, tasty treat. Beautifully illustrated and immensely informative, THE BOOK OF TEMPEH showcases this hearty, versatile ingredient in delectable recipes such as Tempeh Guacamole, Spicy Curried Tempeh, Tempeh Jambalaya, and Tempeh Burger with Coriander and
Author: Eugene Christian
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: recipes, menus, meatless
Number of Pages: 226
This 1910 vegetarian cookbook provides recipes and dietary information so that the homemaker can create healthy, natural meals for their family in the easiest, most economical way.
Author: Steven Kaufman
Publisher: Lantern Books
Keywords: stewardship, christian, vegetarianism, creation, news
Number of Pages: 146
G"ood News for All Creation notes that plant-based diets reflect the love, compassion, and peace of Christ, and they constitute good, responsible stewardship of God's Creation. Using traditional Christian teachings, the authors make a compelling case that, if Jesus were among us today, he would choose to be vegetarian.