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Vegan Cookbook Reviews
Vegan Cookbooks
At A Glance
Artisan Vegan Cheese
by Miyoko Schinner
The Art of Raw Food
by Jens Casupei and
Vibeke Kaupert
The Ayurvedic Vegan Kitchen
by Talya Lutzker
Becoming RAW
by Brenda Davis,
Vesanto Melina
with Rynn Berry
Bravo! Health-Promoting Meals from the TrueNorth Kitchen
by Ramses Bravo
Blissful Bites
by Christy Morgan
Clean Food
by Terry Walters
Color Me Vegan
by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau
Cookin' Crunk
by Bianca Phillips
Cooking Vegan
by Vesanto Melina
and Joseph Forest
Everyday Happy Herbivore
by Lindsay S. Nixon
Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats
by Allyson Kramer
The Happy Herbivore
by Lindsay S. Nixon
Have Your Cake & Vegan Too
by Kris Holechek
The Healthy Voyager's
Global Kitchen
by Carolyn Scott-Hamillton
The Inspired Vegan
by Bryant Terry
The Karma Chow
Ultimate Cookbook
by Melissa Costello
The New Fast Food
by Jill Nussinow
Practically Raw
by Amber Shea Crawley
Quick-Fix Vegan
by Robin Robertson
Raw Food Made Easy
for 1 or 2 People
by Jennifer Cornbleet
Raw and Simple
by Judita Wignall
Rawlicious
by Peter and Beryn Danie
l
Rawmazing Desserts
by Susan Powers
The Sexy Vegan
by Brian Patton
Vegan Family Meals
by Ann Gentry
Vegan for the Holidays
by Zel Allen
Vegan Holliday Kitchen
by Nava Atlas

Vegan Indian Cooking
by Anupy Singla

The Veggie Queen
by Jill Nussinow
Vegan Magazines
Veganomicon
by Isa Chandraa Moskowitz
and Terry Hope Romero
Vegan Sandwiches
Save the Day
by Celine Steen
and Tamasin Noyes
Vegan Yum Yum
by Lauren Ulm
Very Vegan
Christmas Cookies
by Ellen Brown
 
 



My Favorite Kitchen Tool
The Bamix Deluxe Hand Immersion Blender

"You Get What You Pay For!"
As my mother always taught me, "You Get What You Pay For!" I bought three Thunderstick Immersion Handheld Blenders and used them so much that I burned them all up. Each one worked great and the price was right, but if I had invested that money in the Bamix in the first place I would have been much better off. When I went to replace the Thunderstick, I found that they were now costing more and not as easy to find on the internet. During this search, I discovered the Bamix... it looked just like my Thunderstick, but had more power and cost more.

As I continued my research I found that professionals chose the Bamix to use in professional restaurants and it had been around a lot longer than the Thunderstick. In fact it seems like many companies copied it. So I decided to bite the bullet and pay the BIG BUCKS. And it was worth every penny spent! This is the Rolls Royce of of immersion blenders.

My New Bamix Arrives
When I opened my Bamix box, it looked just like the cheaper models. But that's where the comparison stops... the Bamix is far superior! Not only is it powerful, its QUIET! I now realize that the cheaper models were only wannabe in comparison to the original Bamix.

Mix, chop, crush, blend, puree, whisk, whip, stir, grate, and grind... yes, the Bamix Deluxe Handheld Blender is the "Top Banana" of immersion handheld blenders.

Swiss Made
The Bamix Deluxe Handheld Immersion Blender is manufactured in Switzerland and is made from the finest materials. It has a motor and shaft that are built for vibration-free operation and almost no noise during operation.

The Bamix Deluxe
The Bamix Deluxe blender comes with three blades: a mincer, a beater and a whisk. It also has a mini-processor accessory, a mountable or free standing storage pedestal, an instruction DVD, and an excellent spiral-bound Bamix cookbook. Most of the recipes are not vegan, but the recipes can get your creativity working to adapt them for vegan cooking.

Bamix Features
unlimited run time in most uses

use in boiling water... even candy mixes

solid stainless steel drive shaft

full one year warranty

15,000 RPM's power: 110 volt
entire lower drive shaft of the hand mixer is immersion-safe to a depth of over 5" (7.5" for Gastro 200 model.)

total length:13.7" for Deluxe/Mono hand mixer, 16.2" for Gastro 200 hand mixer

weight: Deluxe/Mono is 30 oz., Gastro weight 34 oz.

design & construction is safety-approved by the European IEC

BUY the Deluxe Bamix Immersion Blender.



Cookbooks
Vegan/Vegetarian Magazines
These are a few of the vegan and vegetarian magazines that have been helpful in discovering new recipe ideas, tools, health care products and a wealth of information valuable to every vegan.

                      Vegetarian Times                 
Vegetarian Times, One Year Subscription

             

                        Vegetarian Journal
Vegetarian Journal, One Year Subscription

 

                      VegNews
VegNews, One Year Subscription

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