Our Veg Library

This is a new page at here at EtsyVeg where our members are going to recommend books that we love and think you should read! We have a lot of book lovers in our little group, so we are sure to have some great things for you to check out. Keep checking back for more listings.  If you're a member of EtsyVeg, you can post your recommendations in the comments or in our group page and they will be posted here by one of our blog writers!




* The Vegan Sourcebook - Joanne Stepaniak
* Vegan Vittles - Joanne Stepaniak
* Veganomicon - Isa Chandra Moscowitz
* The Kind Diet- Alicia Silverstone
* Spork-Fed -Emily and Zooey Deschanel
* Cafe Flora Cookbook -Catherine Geier
* Sinfully Vegan- Lois Dieterly
* Chloe's Kitchen -Chloe Coscarelli
* Candle 79 Cookbook-Joy Pierson, Angel Ramos and Jorge Pineda
* The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions- Celine Steen & Joni Marie Newman
* Vegan Junk Food-Lane Gold
* Disease-Proof Your Child - Feeding Kids Right - Dr. Joel Furman
* Professional Vegetarian Cooking by Ken Bergeron (all vegan)
* How it all Vegan by Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer
* May All Be Fed by John Robbins
* The High Road to Health by Lindsay Wagner and Ariane Spade
* The Now and Zen Epicure by Miyoko Nishimoto







5 comments:

Over the Fence Art said...

The Kind Diet- Alicia Silverstone
Spork-Fed -Emily and Zooey Deschanel
Cafe Flora Cookbook -Catherine Geier
Sinfully Vegan- Lois Dieterly
Chloe's Kitchen -Chloe Coscarelli
Candle 79 Cookbook-Joy Pierson, Angel Ramos and Jorge Pineda

Bunny's Baked Goods said...

The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions- Celine Steen & Joni Marie Newman
Vegan Junk Food-Lane Gold

Jag & Nevie said...

I think Dr. Joel Fuhrman's books are spectacular. I use Disease-Proof Your Child - Feeding Kids Right as a resource all of the time.
And, VegNews magazine is a staple!

Gina said...
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Gina said...

Professional Vegetarian Cooking by Ken Bergeron (all vegan)

How it all Vegan by Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer

Oldies but still favorites:

May All Be Fed by John Robbins

The High Road to Health by Lindsay Wagner and Ariane Spade

The Now and Zen Epicure by Miyoko Nishimoto