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on December 5, 2000
Being a vegan, I can't make all the recipes in this cookbook, but the ones I've tried so far have ranged from wonderful to icky, sometimes in the same meal (like the North African Couscous Salad, which is terrific, and the Tunisian Pumpkin Soup, which looks and tastes gross; the two are recommended to go together). The good news is that there's a lot here to choose from and plenty of recommendations on what dishes to put together to make a meal. The bad news is that, aside from not always producing spectacular results, some of the recipes are long and involved. If you're interested in a Moosewood recipe book and don't already have it, I suggest trying "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home." It's much more reliable, and the recipes are relatively easy -- but bear in mind that that recipe book, like this one, is not strictly vegetarian.
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on December 27, 2012
I'm sure that many will find may of the soup recipes contained in this book to be appealing. My wife tends to stick to the recipes handed down by her mother. That said, the book is worth a look if one is not satisfied with the recipes one uses.
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