The Happy Herbivore Cookbook: Over 175 Delicious Fat-Free and Low-Fat Vegan Recipes

This book will save you money by using “everyday” inexpensive ingredients, save you time with easy, no fuss recipes and improve your health with each nutritional bite. Vegan chef of one of the top 50 food blogs on the Web, HappyHerbivore.com, Lindsay S. Nixon, creates recipes that show eating a low fat vegan diet is

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This book will save you money by using “everyday” inexpensive ingredients, save you time with easy, no fuss recipes and improve your health with each nutritional bite.

Vegan chef of one of the top 50 food blogs on the Web, HappyHerbivore.com, Lindsay S. Nixon, creates recipes that show eating a low fat vegan diet is not only healthy but delicious, too.

Now, Nixon combines some of her tastiest recipes in The Happy Herbivore Cookbook, each made with no added fats, using only whole, unprocessed plant-based foods.

With Nixon’s help its easy to make healthy food at home in minutes using inexpensive, “everyday” ingredients and tools.

The Happy Herbivore Cookbook includes:
A variety of recipes from quick and simple to decadent and advanced.Helpful hints and cooking tips making home cooking easy and stress-free.An easy-to-use glossary demystifying any ingredients that may be new to the reader.Pairing suggestions with each recipe to help make menu planning easy and painless.Allergen-free recipes, including gluten-free, soy-free and sugar-free.The Happy Herbivore Cookbook is easy-to-follow with a comprehensive index so you can always find what you’re looking for or find a recipe to use up a leftover ingredient. Nixon also provides nutritional analyses; inspiring colorful photographs on nearly every page; funny blurbs at the beginning of each recipe; and chef’s notes suggesting variations for each dish. Even the most novice cook will find healthy cooking easy–and delicious!

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Comments

Happy Elizabeth says:

Vegan Junk Food. I am stunned that this book gets such high reviews. So, her philosophy is that fats such as avocados, olive oil, and nuts are bad, but textured soy protein, liquid smoke, gimme lean, and fake cheese should be used with reckless abandon? I’ve been a vegetarian my entire life, and have been buying vegetarian cookbooks since the 1970’s – this is the most unhealthy cookbook I’ve ever used. I guess it would be ok for a person transitioning from Paula Deen-type cooking, or in place of a frozen…

Two Cents Ready says:

Happy with the herbivore.. I am not a vegan and have no intention of becoming one, ever. But, I do try to incorporate vegan meals into my diet for the sake of my health and the environment. This cookbook is probably too basic for someone who’s been a vegan for years, but for a beginner, it’s ideal. There’s even sections on how to prep and substitute, for readers who are new to cooking. The recipes are simple and comparable in flavor to a basic American diet. It includes pancakes, french toast pad thai, and burritos,…

Audsi says:

HH is life changing. I had been a vegetarian for over a decade. I flirted with veganism, but it seemed so expensive. When a vegan friend had posted about HH on facebook one day, I figured it was worth the money to check it out. A few days later I got my copy in the mail. I started right away with chickpea tacos, cheater pad thai, french toast (oh how I had been longing for a yummy egg-free version), and chana palak masala. That was all in the first 2 days. I was in love immediately. Everything was simple, easy, and…

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