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#1 Old 02-11-2005, 06:21 AM
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I'm looking for a few weekly meal plans that wont leave you hungry after.. Anyone know where I can find one?
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#2 Old 02-11-2005, 07:52 AM
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The book "Becoming Vegetarian" described at the url in my sig. Written by two registered dieticians. Covers special needs for all phases of life.

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I was just going to recommend that, Beforewisdom! "Becoming Vegan" is also excellent and will have more vegan specific options. I started with the first book and moved on to the second to get even more ideas. I especially like that it covers all ages and the nutrients needed at each stage, from pregnancy to childhood, etc.
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I third Becoming Vegetarian and Becoming Vegan. They are fabulous...they have great, easy to follow menus and loads of nutritional info that won't leave you hungry~
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I was just going to recommend that, Beforewisdom! "Becoming Vegan" is also excellent and will have more vegan specific options. I started with the first book and moved on to the second to get even more ideas. I especially like that it covers all ages and the nutrients needed at each stage, from pregnancy to childhood, etc.



Becoming Vegetarian is very vegan centric. Dairy and eggs are mentioned in nutrition charts, but are not mentioned in recipes and are not emphasized.



I like Becoming Vegetarian because it is freshly updated and is also a resource book beyond just nutrition.



Becoming Vegan does have some stuff that it does not though.



The authors of both books are both vegans, both moms, and both registered dietitians.



I met Brenda Davis last year. She is very athletic and healthy looking. I was thinking about flirting with her, thinking she was my age, until I met her vibrantly healthy teenage son and learned she was in her early 50s.



That and the small matter of her being a married Canadian .



You would never know it from her writings but she is a very warm, chipper and friendly person.

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