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Book Review: Mayim's Vegan Table

Mayim's Vegan Table

More than 100 great-tasting and healthy recipes from my family to yours

by Mayim Bialik

As a busy, vegan mother of two, Mayim Bialik has learned a thing or two about making meals to keep her little ones happily munching on a plant-based diet.

So, she decided to share her favorite recipes with us in this lovely book filled with great ideas and inspiration. Ranging from breakfast foods (smoothies, pancakes, granola and more) to desserts ("cream cheese" walnut cookies and candy cane winter bark, among many others)- and everything in between (entrees, sides, breads, snacks, soups, salads and dips), this cookbook has it all- with no animal products! Mayim also includes her Jewish heritage in many recipes, such as Matzoh Ball Soup, Rugelach and Hot Pretzel Challah Bread. As a busy, vegan mama myself, I found so much inspiration in this book! I love the notes scattered on random pages from Dr. Jay Gordon (example- "If I could remove cheese and apple juice from every kid's diet, I think I could knock out the diagnosis of ADHD and obesity all at once!") Mayim has so much attachment-parenting wisdom to share (she holds credentials of PhD and CLEC!) and this book is a must-have for my library- right next to her essential book, "Beyond the Sling".

If you live a vegan-lifestyle or are looking to make more plant-based meals, this book is perfect!

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