30 Reasons to Go Vegan by Julieanna Hever.
She’s known as the Plant-Based Dietician. She is also a co-author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking and the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition. Both books are amazing reads. There is a lot of great information in Plant-Based Nutrition. It’s the book I started reading when I decided to become a plant-based eater, and it was extremely helpful.
When I decided to go gluten-free, I bought Juleanna’s other book. I absolutely love the recipes in this book. The multigrain bread recipe is so easy to make and tastes wonderful. If you’ve tried gluten-free bread, you’ve already experienced the dry, crumbly texture of many of the them. Some versions use egg. I’m assuming this helps retain some moisture, but doesn’t work for someone who eats a plant-based diet. This bread is moist and tastes better than any gluten-free version I’ve had on the market. It’s also healthier. And I promise that it’s very easy to make. Mixing your ingredients takes about 15 minutes, maybe less. It takes an hour to rise and 40 minutes to bake. Both books are worth the purchase for the recipes, but my favorite is the gluten-free version.