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Thursday, December 04, 2008

Vegan à Go-Go!

Sarah Kramer had one of the cookbooks featured in last year's Bestselling Vegan Books post, about's bookstore's bestsellers.

She's back this year with a small oddity, Vegan à Go-Go! A Cookbook & Survival Manual for Vegans on the Road. It's a "best-of" plus, a "compilation of recipes from her first three vegan cookbooks, along with 20 new recipes."

Kramer, a Canadian who lived in Victoria, B.C., got featured by the CBC in a feature article by Shaun Smith titled "Non-traditional holiday fare from Canadian cookbook authors."

The new pocket-sized volume is designed to help vegans overcome cooking challenges while travelling. "These are recipes for surviving that visit to your family who live in Meat-ville," she writes.

Even better, Kramer's vegan Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie recipe got its own page.

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