So, what does somebody do who already has shelves buckling under the weight of cookbooks do? Replace her library with vegan cookbooks.
|Some suggested Vegan reads. Hitler's Pre-Emptive Was is not vegan related.|
There are other sources of support: the internet for instant information, blogs for advice, tasty recipes and real-life stories of veganism. The Vegan Society offer a mentoring program, which is very supportive for new vegans.
I think what is the most important thing for people who are newly converted to veganism (and if that's you, congratulations - you will not regret it!!) is a battery of recipes that remind you of your old diet, to make that transition a little bit easier as you feel your way around your new cruelty-free, healthy life.
As we discover the new ways to eat old favourites, we will share here recipes that you will be glad to refer to regularly: the cheese sauce, the ragu, the bread, the muffins, the egg substitutes, what to do when you have carnivores over...
We hope you find it helpful!