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These versatile, veggie-forward recipe collections can help anyone eat more plants.

Sarah Klein
August 03, 2018

You can't argue against the health benefits of eating more fruits and vegetables. Even if you don't entirely cut out animal products, simply cutting back can lead to improvements in heart health, diabetes risk, and energy levels. Swapping in more produce could even lead to weight loss, if you're looking to shed a few pounds.

But, like any meal plan, vegetarian eating can start to feel same-old same-old if you don't have an army of exciting new recipes to try. Thankfully, there are countless vegetarian cookbooks just waiting to be discovered. Here are a few of our favorites.

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