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07-17-2013 12:21 PM
Carmentheveggie

I have a vegetarian and vegan blog: http://theveggiepolyglotographer.blogspot.fr/

all new readers, subscriptions, and comments are most welcome! And if you'd like to see me post something specific tell me smiley.gif

06-06-2013 10:54 AM
Jennifer C
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Thanks Jennifer! I really appreciate the reply and the suggestion! I will head over there now for a nosy :)

Good I hope you like it. Their whole site is very interesting. It's such a unique idea to vegan up an entire cookbook. 

06-06-2013 10:09 AM
Susannah

Thanks Jennifer! I really appreciate the reply and the suggestion! I will head over there now for a nosy :)

06-05-2013 05:31 PM
Jennifer C

I don't read many vegan blogs, but Meet the Shannons' blog is working it's way through a cookbook - not a vegan one though. They're working through the Betty Crocker cookbook - veganizing up all the recipes. It's kind of amazing. 

06-01-2013 01:27 PM
Susannah

I have no idea if this is in the right place, sorry if it's not!

 

I love blogs where they make recipes from vegan cookbooks, sort of working their way through the book.  I've just found vegcookbookclub.com, and am reading my way through that today.  I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions? I find it's great because it sort of inspires me to try things I might not otherwise try, as well as tips and ideas from regular cooks like myself, not fantastic ones like the authors of the books who could sneeze and have it come out a beautiful vegan meal! laugh.gif


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