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Old 03-14-2004, 02:36 PM   #1  
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i was just wondering if anyone had any sites or books that you would reccomend to someone to read.. if they wanted to check out information on becoming a vegetarian. thanks.
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Old 03-15-2004, 09:58 AM   #2  
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Chapters has a good selection of cookbooks for different lifestyles including vegetarian - check out their discount section too- they sometimes have different cookbooks under $20.00.

Check out your local library for books on the subject and their is a book thread on the veggie forum with recommended reads
Magazines I enjoy:

Vegetarian times
Veggie Life
Organic Style
Natural Health

Here are a few sites that might be useful to you:

www.thesavvyvegetarian.net, www.vrg.org, www.vegetariantimes.com and
vegetarian.about.com

www.vegparadise....I got this one from a 3FC member named VOW- she writes a colum called"Using your bean" for this on-line zine. It's free and has a lot of good articles and information.
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thank you. i am checking them out now.
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http://www.vegsoc.org/

The UK Vegetarian Society has loads of archived recipes. You just have to work out the measurements from UK to USA. Plenty of ideas there.
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Another great site:

http://www.veganfamily.co.uk
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While I would be happy to recommend some of my fave books, I am well aware that a lot of the older books were "Cheese heavy", plus I am English and sometimes terminology and measurements can be a pain either side of the pond.

Most of the web sites are American apart from the UK Vegetarian society one I already mentioned.
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Thanks Peacock!
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