I have a crockpot cookbook from the American Diabetes Association that has a beans main dishes and vegetables section. Many of the recipes call for bacon or chicken stock but you can easily substitute tempeh bacon (or use liquid smoke) and veggie stock. It is called Fix It and Forget it Diabetic Cookbook (no I'm not diabetic but this had lots of cool stuff in it). This book is mostly meat recipes, though, so I wouldn't necessarily recommend going out and buying it, but the 2 sections in there are kinda nice for crockpot stuff.
I also just modify recipes to my taste. I had a cool chili recipe that I used tofu instead of meat.
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I have a cookbook with the directions given as a crockpot first, and variation as stovetop.
I think all of Lorna Sass books are, in fact like that. the one I have is "Recipes from an ecological kitchen"
I don't have a crockpot....
My favorite two vegan cookbooks though, Horizons, a cafe in Philly, and the Candle Cafe, in NYC. Someone told me they have the Candle one i n bookstores, but I know they have it at the cafes obviously. you can see their reviews online here too. I think 2 of the best in the country.
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