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Vegan Cookbook For Beginners

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Vegan Recipes Cookbook: Transform Your Life! 35 Recipes for a plant-based, oil-free diet - Menu Ideas for One Week Mix and Match as You Like! Eating a whole-foods diet without animal foods and added oils, less salt and sugar, and very few processed foods dramatically improves the health. The recipes in this book are based on a purely starch-plant based diet (diet based on whole starches, vegetables, and fruits) without added oils. All the recipes are quick and easy. Bestselling author, nutritionist, and advocate for health, nutrition and vegan diets A. I. Jaeger brings you this wonderful book where you will find 35 recipes based on scientific research (such as the starch-plant based Dr. McDougall program). These recipes are meant to be used to create a healthier 7-day meal plan. They are broken down into four sections: Breakfast, Snacks, Lunch, Dinner and Desserts (helthier options). Each section also includes two quick and easy recipes that can be prepared in under 15 minutes. Mix and match according to your lifestyle and create a meal plan that will work for you. In addition to being vegan-friendly, these recipes are also high-carb and low (or no) fat. Cheers to you for bidding goodbye to oil! Enjoy healthy, vegan, oil-free recipes such as: Blueberry Pancakes & Cookies Tortillas Vanilla Chia Pudding Mac n' Cheese Baked Sweet Potato Chips (the perfect snack!) Pesto Pasta Black Bean Veggie Burger Quinoa Teriyaki Lasagna Rolls Craving a delicious dessert? Enjoy desserts in healthier dairy-free, low-fat options such as: Peach Cobbler Raw Apple Crumble Dark Chocolate Brownies Chocolate Mousse Banana Cream Pie Apple Strudel And many more! Some of the features of this book are: - Includes many vegan mouthwatering meal recipes under 15 minutes - Suited for beginners and advanced cooks alike - All recipes include a photo - All recipes low fat or fat-free - All recipes include nutritional information The recipes in this book are based on a purely starch-plant based low-fat diet without animal foods and added oils. The recommended low-fat vegan diet is based on scientific research and recommendations by experts such as Dr. Neal Barnard, T. Collin Campbell, Dr. Michael McGregor, and especially Dr. John A. McDougall. Available as Kindle Edition and as Paperback.


Vegan Cook Book For Beginners

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Starting a vegan diet can be a rather daunting thing since you're often faced with a lot of people discouraging you from doing so. Vegan diets are often considered dull, boring or downright yucky by people who're more used to eating meat. However, you don't have to pick around your salad and feel glum any more.

We'll show you how you can spritz up your simple veggies and create something so delicious that you'll wonder why you never thought of switching over before. Vegetables are healthy sources of vitamins and nutrients that are often not found in meat and other related products. With a vegetable diet, you'll find that there are plenty of vegetables that are delicious if eaten raw, pureed, fried, broiled or baked.

You name it, it's done. With such a wide array of possibilities, it is a shame that many people often find these delicious vegetables so off putting that they'd rather skip. Nonetheless, with the help of the recipes contained in this ebook, you'll be able to start a joyous journey towards preparing delicious meals that are healthy and nutritious.


Vegan Saint

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St. Francis is the part saint of animals and the environment. This play in three acts is somewhat biographical and begins after he has had a vision of Jesus that changed his life from debauchery to doing good for the world and especially for all life.Francis takes a vow of poverty and chastity and in fact, became actively ascetic. He had no possessions, wore only discarded rags and ate from donated vegetable foods or vegetables found in trash. He and his associates used no animal products and lived the life of vegans.In his thirties he was visited by a crucified angel and Francis was left with stigmata, open wounds on his hands, feet, and side where Jesus was punctured during his crucifixion and also marks where Jesus wore a crown of thorns.When Francis died at age 44, he removed his only possession, a friar's cloak, and lay naked on the ground and died. He was canonized 2 years later and his legacy includes the Franciscan and St Clare monastic orders. He has been the inspiration of many thousands of animal rights workers and enthusiasts and, of course, the growing vegan movement.



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