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Fast Easy Cheap Vegan by Sam Turnbull. The Plant Based Diet for Beginners by Gabriel Miller. Cheap Lazy Vegan: The Recipes eBook. Happy Healthy Vegan Cookbook by Anji Bee. Mic’s Whole Vegan Cookbook by "Mic the Vegan" and Lyndi Oullette. Quick-Fix Vegan by Robin Robertson. Where do you get your protein? by "Hench Herbivore" Paul Kerton (...


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The person in your story seems to ask that others behave in a certain way towards them: the vegetarians must not to say to me this is not ok I would be happy to grant my friend's request that I not talk to them about my opinion on the ethics of meat eating. I think coercion is bad and people should not be forced into any conversation they don't want to ...


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vegetarian cookbooks When I became vegetarian, the first book I read was An Apple a Day: Vegetarian Cookery by Doctors' Wives. It featured good plain home cooking by Seventh Day Adventist doctor's wives. The next book was Diet for a Small Planet, This book had a lot of information about combining various vegetable sources to make complete proteins. 53 years ...


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I was watching Schindlers' List a few days back. Looking back at what people are capable of doing to their fellow humans if society allows it. I don't have much hope about anthropomorphized cartoons preventing people from doing what they want to do. Here we are talking about suppressing one of the strongest things that drive a human, eating. Plus, the ...


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While not exactly a cook book (let alone vegetarian), the best book about cooking in general that helped me more than any other was "Salt Fat Acid Heat" by Samin Nosrat. Its about getting good at balancing those four key elements to make pretty much anything taste decent. Recipes and ideas I can just google for anyway, and with my newfound skill ...


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Not exactly a cookbook, but I highly recommend Hebbar's Kitchen. They have excellent Indian food recipes with instruction videos, many of them use cheap / easy to find ingredients, can be made in bulk and freeze well, and can be easily veganized too


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I recently became vegetarian for ethical reasons, and, although I enjoy cooking, I happen to know some friends which are very much aware of the issue of animal exploitation but are not yet on track to becoming vegans/vegetarians for not knowing how to cook the basics properly. They also seem to lack the desire to learn how to assemble hard/complicated dishes....


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A bit cheeky but I love "Thug Kitchen" https://www.vegkitchen.com/thug-kitchen/. The food is easy, and keeping it on my center table has been great way to let my guest expose an edgier and less preachy exploration of veganism.


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My interpretation of what this person is saying is that it would take a lot of time and cultural change for all humans (or the majority of humans) to become vegetarian. I agree with them. While in most societies almost any individual person can certainly very easily become vegetarian, many people around the world have no interest in becoming vegetarian and ...


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The pictureless book Vegetarian Dishes from the Middle East by Arto Der Haroutunian is full of easy and delicious recipes largely based on vegetables, beans and pulses. My favourite recipes from it are soups - who knew the addition of tahini or walnuts could send a simple chickpea, spinach and onion soup to stratospheric heights of yumminess?


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After discussing in the comments with Alex, I realized that some of the assumptions I had made when writing the question were too strong. Namely, I had assumed that a great majority of the well-educated people who started to eat certified products would stick to it for the sake of the animals or their own well-being (these products tend not to have ...


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