What cookbook beside Hntdc would you recommend (comply with Dr Greger’s approach).

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Hi what cookbook beside Hntdc would you recommend (comply with Dr Greger’s approach) please.

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I like Vegan in 7 by Rita Serano. It uses 7 ingredients or less and most have no oil and no salt or easily adapted to no salt. Plenty of bean recipes too. I also like Much More Veg by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstale, only suns are salt and oil and that hasn’t made a difference to the result, everything we’ve tried has been excellent.

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Eat to Live cookbooks are compliant.

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So far, recipes from Dr. Esselstein’s book on how to prevent and reverse heart disease have all been good.

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I agree about straightupfood.com. Both blog and recipe book are completely compliant plus gluten free.

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The one that’s helped me most is The McDougall Quick and Easy Cookbook. Mainly because my friend (he is vegan) is a very picky eater who doesn’t like dishes with tons of ingredients. Since it’s for busy people who don’t like lots of prep I find he accepts more of what’s in there.

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