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Very Vegetarian

Jannequin Bennett

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Summary

Get the nutrition you need from a healthy vegan diet with this cookbook featuring 300+ recipes and an in-depth introduction by Olympian Carl Lewis. 
 
In Very Vegetarian, executive chef Jannequin Bennett presents a wealth of recipes made with common foodstuffs that are uncommonly delicious—and completely nutritious. An ideal guide for anyone making the leap to a vegan diet, this volume provides essential nutritional information as well recipes featuring familiar foods and techniques. For those who have more experience with a plant-based diet, the book offers recipes that will broaden their culinary horizons. 
 
In his introduction to this volume, nine-time Olympic gold medal winner Carl Lewis explains how going vegan made him a better athlete, and that a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole complex carbohydrates, high quality proteins, and natural fats is the best way to ensure a person’s health and longevity. 
 
Endorsed by the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine. 
 
Very Vegan was formerly published as The Complete Vegan Kitchen.
Available since: 11/06/2001.
Print length: 474 pages.

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