Saturday, November 03, 2012

Cooking from Forks Over Knives in November

As some of you know, I have a second blog, VegCookbook Club, where each month readers and I cook from a vegetarian, or vegan cookbook together. This month's cookbook is, Forks Over Knives - The Cookbook. It's only November 3rd, so there's still time to join us!

You can see an example of how the VegCookbook Club works by perusing the posts and comments about our October VegCookbook, Chloe's Kitchen, and reading the About section. We were even featured on VegNews.com this summer!

One thing to know about Forks Over Knives - The Cookbook, is that the first print run has errors in it. According to Amazon.com:
“We are now shipping only corrected editions, but some copies already in circulation may require an errata slip (a correction of the book, which can be downloaded here). If you’re unsure whether your version requires the errata slip, please refer to page 52. If your version refers to “cinnamon stick” in step 1 of the ‘Polenta with Pears and Cranberries’ recipe list, please download the errata sheet.”
The cookbook is a spin-off from the documentary, Forks Over Knives. You can learn more about the film at www.forksoverknives.com, and follow them on Twitter at @ForksOverKnives.

Full disclosure: The link to Folks Over Knives - The Cookbook, is linked to my Amazon Associates account. If you make a purchase after clicking on the link, I get a small percentage of the sale, which I'll probably spend on more books!

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:10 PM

    Hi Britt,

    I have a doc that is similar to Forks Over Knives that I thought you might be interested in. It's called Chow Down, about people who are trying to reverse their chronic diseases by changing their diet.

    You can see the trailer here:
    www.chowdownmovie.com/trailer

    And you can watch the whole thing on Hulu:
    www.hulu.com/chow-down

    Thanks!

    Julia
    julia@chowdownmovie.com
    Root for Charles, John, and Garnet as they try to buck the system of pills and procedures and outfox their heart disease and diabetes. When their doctors inform them that they can't get better, our intrepid trio tells the doctors to think again. With lighthearted animation, piercing expert interviews and a feisty attitude, Chow Down is the moving story of the success you can achieve when you rewrite the recipe for a healthy life.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know about your film, Julia!

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