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    I just pre-ordered this, its released tomorrow and looks really good, her last book was: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Happy-Herbiv...4465368&sr=8-2

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    ^^^

    Pick your favourite recipe Firestorm and you can try it on us when we all come round for tea in the new year.

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    Wonderful Idea! I just hope the book gets here before Christmas. It's only released today but I paid for 1st class delivery so it may come tomorrow or Saturday, or considering how off the postal service is at the moment it could come in June (we have had about 3 letters for people in different towns this week).

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    I just made the Ethiopian Chickpea Stew, its a really good recipe!

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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    Do you think this book is worth getting then? I was looking at it on Amazon the other day

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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    Yeah its pretty good, I do prefer Isa's booksbut this is good for some simple (and mostly low fat) recipes

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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    Firestorm

    when you're interested in low-fat recipes, have you checked out Isa's "Appetite for reduction"?

    Best regards,
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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    Hi Andy

    I have it as well! I will be eating something out of it tomorrow actually (veggie pot pie stew)

    Thanks

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    ^ That is quite possibly the ugliest avatar I have ever seen!

    What on earth is it?

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    Let the music mend our minds. Let the music bend our minds.

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    Its the worm from Labyrinth! Yes it is ugly, but kinda cute as well

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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    Off topic, but have just checked out the Labyrinth movie, and it looks like something I need to watch!!!

    Jim Henson and George Lucas, starring Sting ... wowzers!

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    I have to confess, I myself am possibly the world's best buyer of cookbooks ... but not necessarily anything like a user of cookbooks.

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    Wow .... just added a post shortly after making another one, and the forum automatically added my new entry as "updated" on the old one ... how cool is that? (Off topic again, I know).

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    Quote Andy_T View Post
    Jim Henson and George Lucas, starring Sting
    It actually stars David Bowie - but that just makes it even more special!

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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    Hello, so sorry to ask....but im trying to decipher which cookbook to get out of the plethora that exists on Amazon....can you help me!? I want a book with predominantly vegetable based low fat dishes and dont want half the book to be made up of breads, grains and smoothies! What kinds of dishes are in this and her previous book and do you have any others you might recommend?
    Thanks so much for reading this,
    Nicolette

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    ^^ I will have a scan through a few more vegetable based books tonight and see which one has the least bread/smoothies in etc.

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    Default Re: Happy Herbivore Every Day

    I've been having a think about this and I would recommend the Happy Herbivore books (possibly everyday over the standard book) and maybe Appetite for Reduction (they are particularly good as they list calorie content for the meals).
    Both of them have breads or smoothies in but I think thats something very hard to get away from in cookbooks. I would also recommend checking the contents pages on Amazon look inside to give you an idea of the style of each book. I would definitely say that Appetite for Reduction would be the more challenging of the books.

    There has also been a new Happy Herbivore book published called Happy Herbivore Abroad which is rather good.

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