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So I am looking for vegan cookbooks that focus more on veggies. It is hard to search for! I have a bunch of raw books but I would like some cooked options as well. It doesn't have to be 100% soy free, just focused on vegetables.
Secondly I wanted to ask if anyone has discovered any new examples of soy-free vegan cookbooks in the intervening six years. I've added several of the books suggested above to my Wishlist -- along with Triumph of the Lentil by Hilda Jorgenson, which has some great reviews -- but I'd be interested to know if there are other books that people have come across in their culinary travels.
For example, has anyone investigated the Soy-Free Vegan books by Joy Lynn Michaels? It looks like they might only be available as eBooks at this stage, but I'm unsure.
There are of course many (many, many) recipes available on t'internet, but I still always prefer a compiled, curated cookbook, particularly as cooking feels to me like one of the few offline tasks remaining in my daily life.
I tend to avoid using quorn or any textured vegetable protein, so alternatives are good to know.
>11 fikustree: What made you decide to eat it all the time? I know there's always conflicting information (about nearly everything), however, it seems like the general consensus is pretty strong in that there are a handful of reasons that soy consumption should be quite limited.
As to the thread topic, well I suppose I ought to get around to getting all my cookbooks entered one day, lol. None of the quantity of cookbooks I have focus on soy, as a) I don't really care much for it at all and b) I don't believe it's good to eat more than minor occasional amounts of it. I do have at least some entered though, which can be seen here! :)
I guess it is ok to eat them in moderation by I try to avoid them altogether.
The most serious mistake I find in vegetarian and vegan cookbooks is their use of refined sweeteners. There is no way to balance refined sweeteners within an overall vegetarian or vegan diet. What we eat each day has a profound impact on our well-being, for good or ill. Be careful out there.
The most useful ayurvedic cookbook I have found is The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook.
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