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Martha Stewart
Now that Meatless Mondays are a "thing" and many of us have accepted the fact that tasty vegetables can and should be the star of the show for most meals, we're seeing a great new selection of vegetable books coming down the line. Martha Stewart is the latest author to embrace vegetarian cooking, with her new book, Meatless. This book is very similar in format to the Everday Food series, also from the kitchen of Martha Stewart Living, which means it's great for putting excellent home-made meals on the table every night of the week. Softcover, 384 pp. $29.95.

The Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa CookbookCanadianThe Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa Cookbook

Mairlyn Smith
The Vegetarian's Complete Quinoa Cookbook is the only book you need to incorporate this tasty, easy-to-cook seed into a vegetarian diet. This book includes a detailed introduction to quinoa - what it is and how to cook it - and 130 delicious recipes, from breakfast to lunch to dinner to dessert. As well, each recipe features a full nutritional profile and weighs in at less than 500 calories. Softcover, 196 pp. $29.95.

Simply Satisfying	Simply Satisfying
Jeanne Lemlin
Simple Satisfying includes more than 200 seasonal recipes showcasing readily available ingredients like fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, and beans - as well as straightforward techniques, global influences, and most delectably and rewardingly, robust flavors. Each inviting dish is simple enough to be part of a weeknight meal and certain to satisfy vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Softcover, 346 pp. $26.95.

Dirt CandyDirt Candy
Amanda Cohen
Amanda Cohen does not play by the rules. Her vegetable recipes are sophisticated and daring. In brilliant graphic novel form, she shares the secrets to making the flavorful dishes that have made Dirt Candy one of New York City's toughest reservations. This cookbook is a must-have for any home cook looking to push the boundaries of vegetable cooking. Softcover, 224 pp. $23.99.

The Art of Cooking with VegetablesThe Art of Cooking with Vegetables
Alain Passard
Alain Passard astonished the food world in 2000 by removing red meat from his three-Michelin-starred Paris restaurant L'Arpege, one of the world's greatest restaurants, and dedicating himself to cooking with vegetables supplied exclusively from his own organic farm. Hardcover, 52 pp.

The Gardener and the Grill The Gardener and the Grill

Karen Adler & Judith Fertig
The serious griller, the woman, or man, who truly understands the nature of the grill knows that the grill is about more than cooking lage slabs of meat. She knows that the grill is about celebrating summer, and summer is best celebrated through the season's beautiful produce. With simple recipes and a deft touch, Karen Adler and Judith Fertig use the heat of the grill to create some of the season's most interesting vegetarian dishes in their book The Gardner and the Grill. A must for both vegetarians and carnivores looking to expand their grilling repertoire. Softcover, 224 pp. $23.00.

The Best-Ever Vegetarian Cookbook
Linda Fraser
Easy, healthy vegetarian meals for morning, noon and night, The Best-Ever Vegetarian Cookbook has it all. Full coloured photos, well laid out recipes and cook's tips throughout, this cookbook has it all. Softcover, 256 pp. $20.95.


Michael Natkin
From the blog of the same name, this book featurers recipes that are a feast for both stomach and eyes. Organized by course (plus a breakfast section), many of them are vegan or gluten-free, or can be converted easily. Crispy Vietnamese crepes, potatoes and chanterelles in red wine, black bean soup with orange-jalapeno salsa, and apple-celery sorbet demonstrate the range of dishes in this book. Hardcover, 367 pp. $28.95.

The Clueless VegetarianThe Clueless Vegetarian

Evelyn Raab
A companion to Clueless in the Kitchen, The Clueless Vegetarian has dishes you will want to make whether or not you are vegetarian: guacamole, sushi rolls, sesame noodle salad, vegan chocolate cake. Great for beginners, there is a list of essential supplies for the vegetarian kitchen. Softcover, 216 pp. $14.95.

The Eat-Clean Diet Vegetarian Cookbook The Eat-Clean Diet Vegetarian Cookbook

Tosca Reno
Tosca Reno, author of the popular Eat-Clean Diet series makes it possible for vegetarians and vegans to live an eat-clean lifestyle. There are gluten-free recipes as well as vegan and vegetarian recipes for entertaining. Reno's tips and techniques help ease the transition to vegetarian cooking. Color photos. Softcover, 287 pp. $24.95.

Meatless Meals for Meat EatersMeatless Meals for Meat Eaters

Miriam Barton
In this new book, Miriam Barton offers up 150 answers to that vexing question that every vegetarian faces: what do I serve the meat eaters in my life? With clear writing and simple recipes, Barton gives us recipes that will make even the most steadfast meaters reconsider their carnivorous ways. Softcover, 182 pp. $19.95.

Eat Raw, Eat WellEat Raw, Eat Well

Douglas McNish
Learn to eat well, lose weight, gain energy and even indugle in Chef Douglas McNish's new book Eat Raw, Eat Well. Forget about the crazy diets and get yourself familiarized with enzymes and organic produce. With a little inspiration and a lot of flavour, you are sure to find comfort and pleasure in Eat Raw, Eat Well. Softcover, 384 pp. $27.95.

The Vegetarian Kitchen Table CookbookThe Vegetarian Kitchen Table Cookbook
Igor Brotto & Olivier Guirec
Chef Igor Brotto and Chef Olivier Guiriec have travelled from the far reaches of the earth to bring us this phenomenal new Vegetarian cookbook. With 275 recipes packed with gourmet ingredients, haute cuisine flavour and a bit of flare, Guiriec and Brotto tell us that we have to explore, experiment and enjoy! Softcover, 320 pp. $27.95.

Raw Food KitchenRaw Food Kitchen
Dunja Gulin
Dunja Gulin brings the beauty of the garden to this inspiring raw food cookbook. Without heat, Gulin coaxes maximal flavour from nature's bounty. Her clean, bright food comes to life in the gorgeously photographed book. Hardcover, 144 pp.

Nobu's Vegetarian CookbookNobu's Vegetarian Cookbook

Nobu Matsuhisa
World renowned Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa brings us a new take on vegetarian cuisine. His talent and edgy palate have created a beautifully photographed new addition to his cookbook collection. Nobu's Vegetarian Cookbook has a phenomenal array of dishes, from appetizers to desserts, that are completely vegetarian friendly and 100% satisfying. Hardcover, 175 pp. $46.00.

The Meat Free Monday CookbookThe Meat Free Monday Cookbook
Launched by Paul, Mary, and Stella McCartney, the Meat Free Monday Campaign publicizes the value and ease of eating less meat. The cookbook features a meat free menu for ever Monday of the year, divided by season, with 13 menus each. Each features dishes of vibrant colour and intense flavour. Accompanying photos feature finished dishes or seasonal produce. Hardcover, 240 pp. $32.95.

River Cottage Veg Everyday

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
River has a motivation to try and change you life by getting you to eat more vegetables with his tempting combinations and his elegant ingredients. Veg Everyday is fun to read and is filled with lots of pictures and colour. Hardcover, 415 pp.


Sally Butcher
While vegetarian meals seems like a trend in America, for centuries vegetarian cuisine has been the norm in the Middle East. From classics such as aloo gobi to lesser known dishes like Eshkaneh (Persian Egg and Onion Soup), discover a new way of eating vegetarian where the object isn't to imitate meat, but to celebrate vegetables for being delicious just the way they are! Hardcover, 271 pp. $52.95.


Alice Hart
One of Britain's "new voices in food," Alice Hart made her name as Waitrose Food Illustrated's youngest food editor. In Vegetarian, Hart borrows from many cuisines to create seasonally inspired dishes that blend intense flavor with eye-popping visual appeal. Best examples: baked red onions stuffed with toasted spiced couscous; and quinoa with parsley pesto, cranberries, toasted hazelnuts and mushrooms. Clear instructions, sometimes supplemented with line drawings, make this book easy to use. Softcover, 255 pp. $32.95.


Ruth Tal
Nutritious and delicious vegan/vegetarian fare has never been made more possible than in the hands of Ruth Tal. Her recipes behind the award-winning Fresh restaurants are designed to keep the body healthy and satisfied at the same time. $29.99.

How to Cook Everything VegetarianHow to Cook Everything Vegetarian
Mark Bittman
For those who don't eat meat, but still want to learn How To Cook Everything, Mark Bittman accomodates you brilliantly with his meatless addition to his swiftly growing repertoire of books. Same style as the original, minus the meat. Simple techniques and comprehensive instructions ensure that the budding cook will not feel intimidated. $41.99.

Terre A TerreTerre A Terre

Amanda Powley
For those looking to get away from boring, conventional vegetarian options like eggplant parmesan or tempeh burgers, this book is for you! Instead of offering ways in which vegetables can replace meat, Powley chooses to recognize a vegetable for what it is, and designs meals around gorgeous produce that's sure to make you forget that you're not eating meat! Hardcover, 225 pp. $39.95.

Canadian Living Vegetarian CollectionCanadianCanadian Living Vegetarian Collection

Alison Kent
The excellent cooks at Canadian Living have released their collection of vegetarian recipes in a book that is sure to make a convert out of any hesitant vegetarian. Focusing on the philosophy that vegetarian food should highlight the vegetables for being vegetables, instead of using vegetables to replace the missing meat component. Recipes are taste tested multiple times, as is always the case with Canadian Living and recipes are simple yet flavorful. The latest iteration in the Canadian Living book series continues the trend of excellent food with easy directions while always keeping health in mind. Softcover, 288 pp. $22.95.

Cornucopia at HomeCornucopia at Home

Eleanor Hefferman
Cornucopia, the long standing Dublin restaurant, has released this beautiful tome filled with every sort of vegetarian dish one could dream of. Every aspect of the book was put together lovingly by long time restaurant staff. The book is coded for special diets and food sensitivities, and lots of stories of the heralded restaurant itself. Hardcover, 467 pp. $85.00.

Rebar CookbookCanadian Rebar Cookbook 
Audrey Alsterberg and Wanda Urbanowicz
A landmark cafe in Victoria, this book serves up delicious vegetarian food, even for those who aren't
vegetarian. Softcover, 256 pp, $29.95.

The Desert Rose Cafe CookbookCanadianThe Desert Rose Cafe Cookbook
Resa Lent
From The Desert Rose Cafe in Elora comes this bright and fun book, full of ethnic vegetarian recipes. Owner and ched Rosa Lent operated the cafe for over 30 years, serving up the likes of vegetable curry with coconut milk, corn chowder, and lentil burgers. There are also lots of sweet treats, such as blueberry sour cream pie and butter tarts. Thanks to Resa's ongoing aid work in Africa a portion of all sales will go to support projects in Africa. Coil-bound, 116 pp. $25.00.

The Vegetarian Option The Vegetarian Option

Simon Hopkinson
The well-known British cooking expert who made his reputation with Roast Chicken and Other Stories, $29.95, turns his creative eye to meatless cooking for the first time. The recipes are organized in sections vegetables, herbs, pasta, pulses and grains, rice, eggs, and fruit. This is very much in the style of older vegetarian books with more eggs and dairy, richer than usual in contemporary vegetarian cooking which is tending more to the vegan spectrum. But as Simon Hopkinson says, he does not expect to become vegetarian any time in the foreseeable future. Colour photos. Hardcover, 224 pp, $55.00.

Clean Food Clean Food
Terry Walters
Terry Walters vision of “clean” food is one in which the food source is close to the eater thus creating a low-carbon footprint. Although the word vegan does not appear, the recipes are egg-, dairy-, and meat-free. Even if you do not wish to live a totally vegetarian life, it is a great book for those who wish to have more grains in their diet, or who are trying to use up the produce that seduced them in a farmer’s market. No illustrations. Hardcover, 290 pp. $35.00.

Cooking With KurmaCooking With Kurma

Kurma Dasa
A wide-ranging and conprehensive vegetarian cookbook from Australian chef Kurma Dasa, Cooking With Kurma offers a variety of meat-free dishes, heavily influenced by world food and particularly Indian cuisine. There are also chapters on bread, accompaniments such as chutney and pickles, and desserts. In a special ingredients section Dasa also provides instruction for making homemade spice blends and ingredients such as coconut milk. Lots of colour photographs throughout. Hardcover, 244 pp. $19.95.

Quick Vegetarian Dishes Kurma DasaQuick Vegetarian Dishes

Kurma Dasa
From Kurma Dasa, proclaimed as Australia's vegetarian guru, comes this cookbook specifically aimed at the short of time. Full of recipes quick to prepare and cook, such as koftas in tomato sauce and open faced sandwiches of pears and gorgonzola, this book will will have you whipping up meat-free meals in no time. Also includes a section on cooking with fruit, as well as soups and finger foods. Colour photographs throughout. Hardcover, 220 pp. $19.95.

Vegetarian World Food Vegetarian World Food
Kurma Dasa
Australian vegetarian chef Kurma Dasa offers his take on flavours and specialities from around the world in this well presented vegetarian cookbook; Mediterranean recipes include ricotta cheese filled pastries and pumpkin dumplings with sage scented butter. There are also chapters from India, Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia and the Americas. Dasa doesn't restrict himself to the savoury though, there are also delectable sweet recipes such as Turkish nut pastries in syrup and carob fudge cake. Full colour photographs throughout. Hardcover, 213 pp. $19.95.

College Vegetarian CookingCollege Vegetarian Cooking

Megan Carle
In a time when vegetarianism is becoming more frequently a lifestyle choice, especially for young people, this book can help ease the mind of worried parents that their college-bound, veggie offspring has the resources to eat right. Full of healthy but tasty and accessible recipes the book is divided into useful sections such as "Avoiding the Freshman 15," "Dinners for One," "Party Food," and "Impressing your Date." Softcover, 154 pp. $24.95.

Almost MeatlessAlmost Meatless

Joy Manning
If, like Mark Bittman and Michael Pollan, you are trying to eat less meat without actually cutting it from your diet, or are trying to spend less on food, this is good place to start.. Many of the recipes combine small amounts of meat with other protein sources such as beans or tofu. Other times the recipes feature meat with greens or other vegetables. With loads of colour and a variety of flavours, these dishes show that almost meatless offer satisfaction for both the eye and the palate. Colour photos. Softcover, 148 pp. $30.95.

Grow and CookGrow and Cook
Brian Tucker
This is an excellent book for those wanting to grow and prepare their own fruits and vegetables from seed to plate. Tucker explains simple techniques and rules for the home vegetable gardener – sound advice from someone who has been growing his own vegetables from a time when it was an essential part of post-war austerity. Softcover, 192 pp. $8.95.

The Engine 2 DietThe Engine 2 Diet
Rip Esselstyn
Need to be as strong as a firefighter? How about a firefighter from Texas? It’s completely attainable with Rip’s instructions for healthy eating and muscle building exercises. The diet focuses heavily on eating the proper balance of protein and consuming a variety of whole gains and vegetables. The book focuses on daily exercise, health myths, and includes a weekly meal planner to get you started. Hardcover, 273 pp. $27.99.

Entertaining VegetariansEntertaining Vegetarians
Celia Brooks Brown
Entertaining vegetarian-style doesn't mean it's all tempeh and tofu. Find easy recipes and tips for tasty vegetarian fare (and some vegan too,) just right for both vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Whether you need to entertain or simply add new meat-less dishes to your repetoir, Entertianing Vegetarian has it covered. Softcover, 159 pp. $15.99.

Market VegetarianMarket Vegetarian

Ross Dobson
Market Vegetarian is a delicious no-fuss recipes from top Sydney's cook Ross Dobson. He proves that vegetarian cookingt doesn't have to be labour intensive or dull. this book features more the 80 recipes. Ross has contributed to a number of cookbooks and is the auther of the bestselling Chinatown and Kitchen Seasons. Hardcover, 160 pp. $28.95.

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Mediterranean Harvest: Vegetarian Recipes from the World's Healthiest CuisineMediterranean Harvest: Vegetarian Recipes from the World's Healthiest Cuisine
Martha Rose Shulman
Many classic vegetarian dishes are featured here, including Turkish Imam Bayaldi, Italian Frittata, and Greek Spanakopita. However, there are other less familiar recipes to whet the appetite - Red Wine Risotto with Cauliflower and Tunisian Vegetable Ragout sound delicious. Shulman has written over 25 cookbooks and appeared on radio and television. Hardcover, 398 pp. $46.50.

V CuisineV Cuisine
Angeline Linardis
For those cooks bored of the same old stir-fries and stews, Angeline Linardis brings you creative flavour combinartions and dishes featuring vegetables, fruits and grains that bring out the best of vegan cooking. Bulgar-stuffed Avocadoes, and New Potatoes in Almond Cream are but two examples of the delicious offerings in this book. Whether you are cooking for a party or feeding kids on a schoolnight, V Cuisine contains new ideas for everyday vegan dining. Colour photographs. Softcover, 224 pp. $29.95.

The Gluten-Free Vegetarian KitchenThe Gluten-Free Vegetarian Kitchen

Donna Klein
With the number of food allergies on the rise more people are choosing to eliminate common triggers, like gluten, from their diet. Vegetarians are no exception. This is a welcome book given that so many equate vegetarianism with eating lots of wheat in the form of bread and pasta. Full of tasty but never diffcult recipes, many of which will suit vegans, this is a great choice for vegetarians in general looking for some new ideas to try. Nutritional information is available for each dish, but sadly, no photos. Softcover, 212 pp. $23.50.

Ruth Tal
Essentially a 2nd edition of Juice for Life, this update has new recipes and a sleek modern look, to correspond with the name change and upgrade of the eponymous Toronto restaurant and juice bar. Innovative food, luscious juices, and the ever popular rice bowls are here. The dishes are perfect for those days when you crave healthy but tasty fare, whether or not you are a dyed in the wool vegan. Softcover, 211 pp. $28.99.

The Flexitarian Table The Flexitarian Table

Peter Berley
Here is a book that solves the problem of feeding the family vegetarians and meat eaters without cooking two separate meals. Peter Berley (Fresh Food Fast,$27.95) has created recipes for which you can use either a vegetarian or meaty main ingredient: charmoula lamb/tempeh kebabs or smoked salmon/sun-dried tomato croque monsieur. Even better, the recipes are organized into season menus complete with game plan and hints. Bright graphics with colour photos. Hardcover, 342 pp. $33.95.

The Vegetarian Cook's BibleThe Vegetarian Cook's Bible

Pat Crocker
A culinary herbalist, Pat Crocker always blends her recipes with a concern for the health benefits they may bestow. To that end, the first third of this book is devoted to both matching bodily systems with ingredients that benefit them most(eg. almonds are #1 for musculoskeletal system health) and detailing the overall health benefits of specific ingredients. The remainder of the book features dishes that will take you from breakfast to dinner, many of them vegan friendly. No nutritional breakdown. Colour photos. Softcover, 382 pp. $27.95.

Quick-Fix VegetarianQuick-Fix Vegetarian

Robin Robertson
A good choice for the vegetarian on the go, this book includes tasty and fast meal ideas with particularly good main-course salads and inventive pastas. The recipes are full of fresh ingredients with a minimum of store bought items, allowing for speed but keeping the dishes healthy too. There is also a chapter of soups and stews for slow cookers, mostly the 4 quart size. Softcover, 210 pp. $18.99.

Vegetarian Food for FriendsVegetarian Food for Friends
Jane Noraika
Noraika, head chef at London veggie mecca Food for Thought, here presents elegant and tasty dishes perfect for entertaining. Whether your guests are vegetarian or meat-eaters who would normally expect meat at a gathering no one will leave the table unsatisfied. With recipes for both casual get-togethers and formal occasions you are sure to find the perfect thing to serve at any time of year. Softcover, 143 pp. $18.95.

The Ethnic VegetarianThe Ethnic Vegetarian
Angela Shelf Medearis
Modern and authentic African, Caribbean, Native American, Creole, Cajun, and Southern vegetarian recipes. Compiled as a tribute to the author's ancestors the dishes are for those who want to eat more healthfully without giving up the foods that are part of their personal and cultural identities. Softcover, 272 pp. $27.95.

Easy VegetarianEasy Vegetarian: Simple recipes for brunch, lunch and dinner
A colour photo for every recipe this can’t be a vegetarian cookbook?! Simple yet tasty. Recipes abound in freshness. For those who aren’t even vegetarian but want to eat well. Hardcover, 240 pp, $22.95.

Café FloraCafé Flora
Catherine Geier with Carol Brown
The dishes from the Seattle landmark vegetarian restaurant combine freshness with sophistication. Though not entirely vegan, many of the recipes are suitable for those shunning both eggs and dairy. Hardcover, 258 pp, $36.00.


Vegetarian Suppers from Deborah Madison’s KitchenVegetarian Suppers from Deborah Madison’s Kitchen
Deborah Madison
Still creating great vegetarian recipes after all these years (The Greens Cookbook, $45.00, her first cookbook came out in 1987), Deborah Madison serves up more than 100 tasty ways to get dinner onto the table quickly. Those who wrinkle up their noses at the mention of tofu may be seduced by the skillet-seared tofu with two sauces. Corn omelette with smoked mozzarella and basil is another winner. Colour photos. Hardcover, 229 pp, $39.95.

The Contented VegetarianThe Contented Vegetarian

Matthew Drennan and Annie Nichols
Combining step-by-step photos, an ingredient and equipment guide along with a mouthwatering selection of international vegetarian recipes, this is a good choice for the novice vegetarian cook with a sophisticated palate. Paper, 192 pp. $34.99.

Neither Meat nor Fish	Neither Meat nor Fish
Sergio Mei and Rossano Boscolo
Informed by Mediterranean cuisine, this collection of vegetarian recipes from the executive chef of the Four Seasons Milan is the most awe-inspiring since The Natural Cuisine of Georges Blanc (o/p). Beautifully styled photos. Hardcover, 243 pp, $165.00.

Low-carb VegetarianLow-carb Vegetarian
Celia Brooks Brown
Don't let the low carb in the title put you off, as this is a book anyone interested in healthy, interesting vegetarian recipes should consider. Nutritional analysis for each recipe. Softcover, 138 pp, $16.95.

Olive Trees and HoneyOlive Trees and Honey
Gil Marks
From Alsace to India, vegetarian dishes have always been an important component of Jewish cooking. Along with mini essays about ingredients and traditions, Marks serves up dishes like Syrian spinach soup, Romanian vegetable stew and Indian lentils with ginger and lemon. Hardcover, 454 pp. $42.99.

Café Paradiso Seasons Café Paradiso Seasons
Denis Cotter
Cork’s Café Paradiso is one of the world’s great vegetarian restaurants. Baked pumpkin, cashew and yogurt curry, savoy cabbage dolmas of wild rice, leek and eggs in truffle oil or risotto of parsnip, salsify, and sage with beet crisps please both the palate and the eye. Colour photos. Hardcover, 290 pp, $43.95.

Fresh at HomeCanadianFresh at Home
Ruth Tal Brown and Jennifer Houston
From immunity-boosting elixirs to chocolate almond peanut butter pie, the Toronto restaurant (formerly Juice for Life) shares its most popular vegan recipes.B & W photos. Paper, 215pp, $28.00.

Entertaining VegetariansEntertaining Vegetarians
Celia Brooks Brown
Fast and uncomplicated recipes for a frantic world. Takes the guess-work out of what to feed a vegetarian among the carnivores at your table. Softcover, 159pp., $29.95.

Moosewood Restaurant CelebratesMoosewood Restaurant Celebrates
The Moosewood Collective
The Moosewood Collective has consistently provided us with quality vegetarian recipes for thirty years and their latest offering is no exception. ‘Celebrates' gives us festive, vegetarian specialties for every season, all of them are fabulously simple recipes. Available in both Hardcover ($60.00) and Softcover ($37.95), 416pp.

The Complete Vegetarian Handbook The Complete Vegetarian Handbook
Kathy Farrell-Kingsley
Boost your repertoire with over 70 tasty, healthful recipes. Perfect for beginners or the seasoned vegetarian. It also contains detailed notes on ingredients and techniques. Softcover, 280 pp. $29.95.

Everyday Greens Everyday Greens
Annie Somerville
Home cooking from the celebrated author and chef at Greens. Simple, relaxed dishes like the Linguine With Arugula, Sun-dried Tomatoes and Ricotta Salata (p. 243) are a joy. Hardcover, 394 pp. $63.00.

Entertaining For A Veggie PlanetEntertaining For A Veggie Planet
Didi Emmons
Practical and charming, this book is packed with entertaining ideas for the real, hurried world. Big, bold flavours like the Portobello "Burger" With Chipotle Ketchup (page 174) are inspiring. Softcover, 470 pp. $29.95.

The Bold Vegetarian ChefThe Bold Vegetarian Chef: Adventures in Flavour with Soy, Beans, Vegetables and Grains
Ken CharneyAdventurous and exciting vegetarian cooking! Please try the Roasted Red Pepper and Chanterelle Mushroom Pasta (p. 202) or the Chard, Fresh Fennel and Red Onion Salad with Feta and Mint (p. 286). Hardcover, 313 pp., $44.95.

The Jumbo Vegetarian CookbookCanadianThe Jumbo Vegetarian Cookbook
Judy Gillies and Jennifer Glossop
A great resource for both parents and children who are (or are thinking about becoming) vegetarian. The recipes are easy to follow and multicultural. Includes basic cooking terms, helpful hints, safety tips and menu ideas for the aspiring vegetarian chef. Very cool. $16.95. Recipe:
Peach Banana Sorbet.

CanadianJuice for Life
Ruth Tal Brown
More than just another juicing book, Juice For Life also serves up the best in vegan and wheat-free cooking. $24.99. Recipe: JFL Burger Mix

The Soy Dessert and Baking BookCanadianThe Soy Dessert and Baking Book
Brita Housez
Now that soy-based ingredients are readily available, you can enjoy their healthful benefits in your favourite desserts! This is full of simply yummy recipes that require little preparation and baking time. You needn't fear tofu any longer! $25.95. Recipe:
Tangy Lemon Cake

Diet for a Small PlanetDiet for a Small Planet, 20th Anniversary Edition
Frances Moore Lappe
The book that taught us the personal and social significance of a new way of eating is still important and relevant today. Change yourself and the world by changing the way you eat. $23.95.

Tofu ManiaCanadianTofu Mania
Brita Housez
For the tofu-phobic, a much needed book on incorporating it into common everyday dishes such as macaroni and cheese without totally displacing all the ingredients we hold near and dear. Some colour photos. $12.95.

Greens Cookbook Greens Cookbook
Deborah Madison & Edward Espe Brown
Extraordinary vegetarian food with a focus on high-quality seasonal ingredients, and few recipes for tofu. Great for entertaining -- your guests will not even notice the lack of meat. Still one of our favourites. Hardcover, $45.00.

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