Comment from: Ana [Visitor]
Ana

Now THIS I am curious to read! most veggans I know are extremely emanciated looking people when they decide to workout. I personally can barely maintain my weight by eating tons of fat and big steaks when running more often so anything on this book is gonna be mighty cutting edge! perhaps I could even teach my veggan friends a thing or 2!

10/16/12 @ 10:56
Comment from: Doug [Visitor]
Doug

I second the "thumbs up" on this book. It is a really fun read, and the recipes are good, too; I'm no vegetarian, but I've still enjoyed them.

10/16/12 @ 12:17
Comment from: Jon Ford [Visitor]  
Jon Ford

I second that emotion. Just finished the book myself and it is highly recommended - whether you're a vegetarian or not!

10/16/12 @ 14:25
Comment from: almondjoe [Visitor]
almondjoe

i'd simply go for ALMONDS AND HONEY.
use them in their natural raw condition. not through "power-bars"
or so called industrial "energy food".
you can soak the fresh almonds in water for a few hours. they will be softer and crispier,
will hold some water in and
combined with some honey and/or fruit
on the trail or wherever, whenever-
it's a blast!
but if you look for VARIETY go for this book-it's nice to have many diffrent kinds of healty food that works.

10/16/12 @ 18:30