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By Dreenaburton @dreenaburton
Almost four years in the making...
I love this cover.  It is sharp and bright and feels fresh, vibrant, and alive!  Just the message I want to communicate with this book.
And, the theme of "Plant-Powered" runs throughout the book.  These are nutritionally dense recipes, made with the vegan basics - whole grains and whole-grain products, beans, seeds, nuts, vegetables and fruits.  Yes, there are sweets, but even these I've made with healthier options in mind, and no vegan substitutes (ie cream cheese, margarine).  And, I've given you informational sections like your "Eating Your Greens", "Plant-Powered Lunchbox", and "Plant-Powered Pantry".  Plus, ALL the recipes are either wheat-free or gluten-free, or have the substitutions to modify accordingly.
The back cover includes quotes from Julieanna Hever and Mark Reinfeld.  Here they are:
"Dreena brilliantly delivers the perfect balance of wholesome, health-promoting nutrition with decadent and creatively extraordinary recipes, while being mindful of food allergies, picky kids, and taste preferences. This is a masterpiece of delicious ways to enjoy whole plant foods - including an entire tutorial on making green smoothies, a slew of rich optionally oil-free dressings, and a chapter of mouth-watering whole plant burgers." -Julieanna Hever, MS, RD, CPT, author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
"Dreena nailed it with this delectable and innovative selection of world-class recipe that just so happen to be vegan." - Mark Reinfeld, award-winning author of The 30-Minute Vegan series and Executive Chef of 
You can preorder LTEV now!  Tell me what you think, isn't this cover adorable??!!
If you have loved my recipes before, please join me in spreading the word about Let Them Eat Vegan.  Follow me on twitter, retweet this post, and join me on facebook.
P.S. Message from my daughters: "Even Gram and Poppy are voting for mommy".  You heard it from them, go vote!  :D

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