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The Vegan Cheat Sheet: Your Take-Everywhere Guide to Plant-based Eating Paperback – July 2, 2013
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“A masterpiece that defines and simplifies the treasured recipes and tastes of plant-based foods. Whether it is the newly initiated or the experienced plant-based devotee, all will find their cuisine creation an epic must-read.”
—From the foreword by Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., MD, author of Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
About the Author
AMY CRAMER is the founder of Vegan Eats (VeganEatsUSA.com), which produces a line of grab-and-go vegan meals for Heinen's, a midwestern supermarket chain, and will soon be available in midwestern Whole Foods stores. Amy has taught private vegan classes throughout Ohio and in New York City and Westchester County, New York, and has been a guest lecturer at Bronx Community College. She also offers one-on-one vegan coaching to those who need more guidance and hand-holding. Whole Foods Market frequently invites her as a guest instructor.
An award-winning copywriter, coauthor LISA MCCOMSEY graduated from Bucknell University with an art history degree and has worked on staff and as a freelance copywriter for a variety of publications, including Vogue, Allure, People, Life, Real Simple, Vanity Fair, Bon Appétit, House & Garden, the New York Times, and Every Day with Rachael Ray. She currently works as a freelance writer, marketing consultant, and public speaker.
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This book is really handy for anyone who needs to plan, improvise or compromise while traveling away from home and eating out. Their tips on things you can bring along, on where to find Vegan options in unfamiliar places, and even calling ahead to ask for help from restaurateurs/chefs has proved much easier than I expected. Most food establishments have enthusiastically worked with me, even when I was not able to call ahead. Things are well indexed so you can find solutions and options very quickly.
The book is small enough to tote along, to slip inside a briefcase, shoulder bag or purse. Just read it before you head out.
I live in Sonoma CA, in the heart of Vegan Country (Northern California), but on Friday, I'm venturing into a Vegan Wilderness. My niece will be married in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. When I searched for Vegan Friendly fare, even Google had trouble. The first option that appeared in my browser was a Smoked Bar-B-Q place. The nearest Whole Foods is 1 hr 50 minutes South. If The Vegan Cheat Sheet gets me through this one, I'll add that 5th Star
I recommend the book - even if you're not considering going vegan - it can move you toward healthier choices.
I felt like I cheated my guests because I literally just poured stuff into a dish and called it cooking.