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Product Details

  • Paperback: 186 pages
  • Publisher: Book Pub Co; 1 edition (March 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1570670242
  • ISBN-13: 978-1570670244
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 7 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,117 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The recipes are simple and tasty.
Laura H.
Since I'm newly embarking on my journey to lose weight with vegen diet from Dr. Joel Fuhrman, this is really helpful along with the teaching of the doctor.
Jeannie Bailey
Try these recepties and you will feel so much better.
Ms. O. - Atlanta

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130 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Williams on October 9, 2004
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Wow! This was exactly what I was looking for. I read Eat To Live by Joel Fuhrman and was looking for a true vegen cookbook with recipes that you could like.

It has things in there like vegetarian meat loaf, meatless chili, veggie burgers, lasagna, cheesless enchiladas, soups, rice flour muffins, pie, oat flour oatmeal cookies, falafel, dressings, sauces, wheat-free bars, beans, stuffed peppers, potato salad, and even cookies... plus lots more.

And no meat, dairy, eggs with very little (if any) sugar (uses fruit) or grains.

There's a recipe planner where basically if you eat meals from this cookbook, you are going to lose weight and get some extreme nutrition all with familiar recipes.

I've never eaten like this before so this is a first and I'm new at it. It's working for us, though and I can tell a big difference. Plus I eat until I'm full and have lost 15 pounds this first week (maybe some of that was water?).

Anyway... I LOVE this cookbook and it's definately organized and the meals are easy to make - as long as you have a food processor. I wish they had a hard cover version.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By portiamgb on August 15, 2005
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This book is great for people who aren't gourmet chefs or for people who want to learn how to switch over to a healthier lifestyle and eat more vegetarian food. The recipies are very easy to follow. However, if you are used to a high salt, high fat diet you will find the food bland. You'll need to adjust the seasoning and decrease it over time to acheive the full health benefits. This cookbook gives great ideas on some surprising vegetarian meals. It also tells you the nutritional content of each recipe.
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 9, 1997
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A great book for people who like to eat but hate to deal with complicated recipes. The week of integrated recipes and nutrition information is great. Try the yam pudding. All recipes are animal, oil, salt, sugar and wheat free!! Great when allergies or food sensitivities are a problem
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By J. Morton on October 3, 2004
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If you're on Joel Fuhrman's Eat to Live plan then this cookbook is indispensable. Recipes are free of processes foods, oil, salt, and there are many wheat-free options.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By lark on January 31, 2008
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I've been on Dr. Joel Fuhrman's Eat to Live program for over a year now. Lost a lot of weight and feel wonderful! Will be on this for life.
This little cookbook is a wonderful resource especially for those just starting out on a healthy eating life style change. And especially valuable if you are Eating To Live. You can open it to any recipe and KNOW you are making something that is good, and good for you.
I'm wheat sensative and this cookbook uses no wheat flour so a definite plus plus for me. He uses oat flour that you can even make yourself from the oatmeal flakes in your cupboard...so if you've got a box of oatmeal you've got the makings for a healthy dessert.
Another plus is it is concerned with getting good vegetable based meals into your tummy. The recipies are simple, and do not require strange ingredients you've never heard of. I reach for it often and it was a life saver when I just started out on my healthy eating journey...on those days when I just didn't know what to eat...this little cookbook always lead me in the right direction.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By CeerEusLeeRanDum on April 9, 2008
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Like I said, yummy!! I "cheat" occasionally by adding a bit of salt, and sometimes just a tad of butter & cooking wine...but for the most part all the recipes turn out and are plenty flavorful. The best part is that I actually get full; this is the only cookbook I can say that for of all the literally hundreds I've bought through the years.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Laura H. on January 15, 2012
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I have more cookbooks than I can count. As I learn more about healthful eating I pack many of them away and put them in my garage. I still have over 20 in my kitchen, but this is my "go-to" cookbook for my weekly menu planning. The recipes are simple and tasty. I usually pick a soup (I LOVE THE SOUPS), and a salad, and a pate (Love the eggplant one), and a desert (the strawberry/banana bread is a winner) per week. I appreciate that the recipes are all gluten free and vegetarian. I especially love that that they are also oil free. So many gluten free cookbooks try to compensate by adding tons of fat/oil. I have tried most of the recipes in this book, and every single one has been fabulous (I can't say that about any other cookbook). I've heard that they are coming out with a second cookbook soon, and I can't wait. I'll buy it the minute it's available. In the meantime....there is no better cookbook on the market. Love this!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Edwards on October 16, 2012
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I really, really want to like this book. However, it's a cookbook, and I haven't used a single recipe in it successfully. I see that other reviewers love it and wonder what I'm doing wrong.

The Applesauce Muffins were so crumbly and grainy they fell to pieces when picked up. They were also wet in the middle. I attribute the "crumbly and grainy" to the nature of oat and rice flour and the fact that the recipe has (no surprise here) no eggs, margarine, or oil. And maybe my oven isn't as hot as theirs, so my muffins were insufficiently cooked. I'm going to try them again with a little salt (recipe has none), and a LITTLE oil and egg replacer to see if I can't get a winner.

The Wheat-Free Bars, with two cups of liquid and 4 mashed ripe bananas to 3 cups oat flour, was just plain soupy and didn't even begin to bake in 10 minutes.

I tried the "Skillet Ratatouille" and we were overwhelmed by the flavors of tomato paste and apple juice. I put all of it in a deep pot with vegetable broth and MORE vegetables and ended up with an edible dish, but as described in the recipe, we couldn't eat it.

I loved the inclusion of a table for "Preparation of Grains" at the back of the book, but the first item, brown rice, is said to be cooked with the proportions of "1 1/2 water to 1 of rice." Try that and you'll have rice burned an inch thick on the bottom of your pan. It should say "2 1/2 water to 1 of rice" ... but that isn't what it says. It leaves me afraid to rely on the rest of the table.

At any rate ... I'm grateful for every vegan cookbook. I just think this one needs more testing by cooks other than the authors.
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