Sarah E. Gill's book, The Beginner's Vegan Guide: Restaurants, Recipes & Resources, is an informative and fun guide for anyone interested in becoming vegan, whether dining out or enjoying a home-cooked meal.
The first two chapters show the reader how to obtain a vegan meal while dining out by learning which specific questions to ask. Also included are recipes from several terrific east coast restaurants. Chapter three is full of mouth-watering recipes for cooking vegan meals at home, ranging from soups and appetizers to entrées and desserts. The last chapter provides a handy list of companies that offer vegan products, which can help save both time and money.
Based upon the author's research and experimentation for more than a decade, this guide provides solutions to everyday food challenges for those changing their traditional diets, whether for health or spiritual reasons.
This is a welcomed relief to anyone who wants to avoid the often frustrating and confusing experience of adopting a new dietary lifestyle. It turns cooking at home and dining out into a creative and enjoyable experience for the new vegan.