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Old 02-04-2010, 09:34 PM   #1
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Any suggestions on a cookbook with vegan, wheat-free, soy-limited (no tofu, no large quantities) recipes that are kid-friendly (they're NOT picky kids)?

I really want to limit meat intake in a HUGE way but don't know where to start. I've tried... bought some cookbooks. The recipes are just too complicated.

I don't need wheat-free as far as breads, but I can't use that wheat product that's a meat substitute (can't remember the name).

Is there any help for me?
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Old 02-04-2010, 09:35 PM   #2
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vegetarian mother's cookbook is where i would start!
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subbing due to my meat-resistant, dairy-free, soy-sensitive kids and my limited cooking skills
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Default Re: vegan, wheat-free, soy-limited

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I can't use that wheat product that's a meat substitute (can't remember the name).
seitan?

i don't know about cookbooks - i've been looking for a similar kind. i have a couple of really great recipes (coconut vegies with besan pancakes! mmm...) but only a few, and there's only so many times i can handle stir fry in a week.

(short answer is i'm subbing, i guess... )
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I have a great cookbook downstairs It's just vegetarian, but we are soy/dairy/wheat-free, and I'm able to adapt most of the recipes.
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http://www.amazon.com/American-Whole.../dp/1886101116

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This is my favorite vegetarian cookbook. It's not vegan or wheat-free, but we are dairy, soy & wheat free and are able to adapt most of the recipes. There are 1300 recipes, and very few require meat subs or any of that.
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How about tell us what you like to eat and we can help you make it.
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