Meatless Meals for Working People--Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes ($12) by Debra Wasserman. We recommend using whole grains and fresh vegetables. However, for the busy working person, this isn't always possible. This 192-page book contains over 100 fast and easy recipes and tells you how to be a vegetarian within your hectic schedule using common, convenient foods. Spice chart, low-cost meal plans, party ideas, information on fast food restaurants, soy dishes, and more. Over 90,000 copies in print.
Simply Vegan ($13) by Debra Wasserman and Reed Mangels, PhD, RD, CCE. These 224 pages contain over 160 quick and easy vegan recipes, a complete vegan nutrition section, and a list of where to mail order vegan food, clothing, cosmetics, and household products. Vegan menus and meal plans. Over 80,000 copies sold.
Conveniently Vegan ($15) by Debra Wasserman. Prepare meals with all the natural foods products found in stores today including soymilk, tempeh, tofu, veggie hot dogs.... You'll find 150 recipes using convenience foods (including canned beans) along with grains, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Menu ideas, product sources, and food definitions included. (208 pp.)
Vegan Meals for One or Two--Your Own Personal Recipes ($15) by Nancy Berkoff, EdD, RD, CCE. Whether you live alone, are a couple, or are the only one in your household who is vegetarian, this 216-page book is for you. Each recipe is written to serve one or two people and is designed so that you can realistically use ingredients the way they come packaged from the store. Information on meal planning and shopping is included, as well as breakfast ideas, one-pot wonders, recipes that can be frozen for later use, grab-and-go suggestions, everyday and special occasion entrees, plus desserts and snacks. A glossary is also provided.
Vegan in Volume ($20) by Nancy Berkoff, EdD, RD. This 272-page quantity cookbook is loaded with terrific recipes serving 25. Suitable for catered events, college food service, restaurants, parties in your own home, weddings, and much more.
No Cholesterol Passover Recipes ($9) by Debra Wasserman. Includes 100 eggless and dairyless recipes. Seder plate ideas. (96 pp.)
The Lowfat Jewish Vegetarian Cookbook--Healthy Traditions from Around the World ($15) by Debra Wasserman. Over 150 lowfat international vegan recipes with nutritional breakdowns, including Romanian Apricot Dumplings, Pumpernickel Bread, Russian Flat Bread, Potato Knishes, North African Barley Pudding, and much more. Menu suggestions and holiday recipes. (224 pp.)
Vegan Passover Recipes ($6) by Chef Nancy Berkoff. This 48-page booklet features vegan soups and salads, side dishes and sauces, entrees, desserts, and dishes you can prepare in a microwave during Passover. All the recipes follow Ashkenazi Jewish traditions and are pareve.
Vegan Handbook ($20) edited by Debra Wasserman and Reed Mangels, PhD, RD. Over 200 vegan recipes and vegetarian resources. Includes sports nutrition, seniors' guide, feeding vegan children, recipes for egg-free cakes and vegan pancakes, Thanksgiving ideas, vegetarian history, menus, and more. (256 pp.)
Vegan Microwave Cookbook ($16.95) by Chef Nancy Berkoff, RD, EdD, CCE. This 288page cookbook contains 165 recipes, some of which take under 10 minutes to cook. It also includes information for converting traditional recipes to the microwave, microwave baking and desserts, making breakfasts in a snap, and suggestions and recipes for holidays and parties.
Vegan Menu for People with Diabetes ($10) by Nancy Berkoff, EdD, RD, CCE. This 96-page book gives people with (or at risk for) diabetes a four-week meal plan, exchange listings for meat substitutes and soy products, and recipes for enjoyable dishes, such as Creamy Carrot Soup, Tangy Tofu Salad, Baked Bean Quesadillas, and French Toast.
Vegan and Vegetarian FAQ--Answers to Your Frequently Asked Questions ($15) by Davida Gypsy Breier and Reed Mangels, PhD, RD. Based on answers given to some of the over 150,000 visitors every month to The Vegetarian Resource Group website <www.vrg.org>, this 272-page guide addresses many circumstances of living as a vegetarian. You will find answers for everything from food ingredients to veggie kids to how to cook tofu. Includes 35 popular recipes, as well as sources for thousands more. A perfect gift for a new vegetarian or for a seasoned vegan looking for unusual items, such as vegan bowling shoes or ballet slippers.
Vegetarian Journal's Guide to Natural Foods Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada ($18). Whether you're traveling on business or planning a much-needed vacation, this book is certain to make your dining experiences better. This fourth edition lists more than 2,200 restaurants, vacation spots, and local vegetarian groups to contact for more info about dining in their areas. (448 pp.)
For Children and Teens
Leprechaun Cake and Other Tales ($10) by Vonnie Crist, recipes by Debra Wasserman. A vegan story/cookbook for children ages 8-11, with glossary of cooking terms. (128 pp.)
The Soup to Nuts Natural Foods Coloring Book ($3) by Ellen Sue Spivak.
The Teen's Vegetarian Cookbook ($9.99) by Judy Krizmanic. This book is packed with health info, easy recipes, college cuisine, glossary terms, and more. (186 pp.)
Bumper Stickers ($1 each, 10 + $.50 each) "Be Kind to Animals--Don't Eat Them" "Vegetarians Are Sprouting Up All Over"
Vegetarian Journal subscriptions are $20 per year in the U.S., $32 in Canada/Mexico, and $42 in other countries.
Reprints from Vegetarian Journal
Non-Leather Shoes, Belts, Bogs, etc. ($5)
Guide to Food Ingredients ($6)
What's in Fast Food? ($6)
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