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- Print Length: 114 pages
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- Publication Date: June 16, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008C9INNC
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,061,339 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
51 Cheap and Delicious Vegetarian Meals and Recipes (Vegetarian Cookbook and Vegetarian Recipes Collection) Kindle Edition
"From Junk Food to Joy Food" by Joy Bauer
Featuring more than 120 recipes and oodles of gorgeous photos, From Junk Food to Joy Food has you covered from sun up to late night. Don’t deny yourself the flavors you love—learn to make them with joy! Learn more
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The author offers many tips and tricks for living a vegetarian lifestyle, as well as a myriad of recipes for snacks, breakfasts, lunches and dinners. I tried the garlic potato patties recipe and I was very impressed with the outcome. I am looking forward to making the breakfast pizza and I am sure it will have the same tasty results.
I highly recommend adding this eBook to your list of recipe books. This eBook delivers what it promises: great recipes with a lot of flavor on a budget, but you won't feel you've skimped with these delicious meals.
Although this book is mainly vegetarian it does offer recipes with eggs, soy chorizzo, fauz bacon etc...
The recipes rely heavily on processed foods i.e frozen vegetable, condensed soup, instant rice, various sauces including alfredo sauce.
When looking for a cookbook that I want to keep, I look for several things. Does the book describe the types of ingredients that are being used? Are the amounts and directions specific? Are there any personal anecdotes about the recipes being shown? Are there pictures to show me how it should look? Does the recipe give a preparation time? Is the layout of the recipe easy to follow and preferably on one page. For the kindle there is an additional thing I look for. Is there a clickable table of contents? None of these are deal breakers. However, the more of the above questions that are answered in yes , the better chance of me purchasing it.
1. The author discusses low sodium options and also offers choices for canned and frozen vegetable options. However, she does not discuss how to choose the various vegetables.
2. While most of the time she does offer specific amounts for her recipes there are a couple of times where she says something like "1 pouch of instant mashed potatoes", one bag of 16 bean soup mix.
3. The directions for the most part are O.K.. However, occasionally I had to read a couple of times. Example "Place two cups of water to boil on stovetop while oil in warming in small pan.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I always wanted to try vegetarian food. This helped me to find things I may like! Thanks for the ideasPublished on December 14, 2013 by Heb
For a starter vegetarian cookbook this was adequate. Though we are not going meatless, we do want to add more vegetarian dishes to our plate. good price.Published on April 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
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