A comprehensive vegetarian cookbook with nutritional tables for each recipe. Balanced nutrients from simple, inexpensive natural food sources.
More than 450 recipes, 100 main dishes, breads as protein food, high-protein waffles with as much protein as an 8-ounce steak, "meat-and-dairy-like" products from soybeans. Desserts without sugar, vegetables, food preservation, nutritional guidance.
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Author of The Oats, Peas, Beans & Barley Cookbook.
I bought my first copy of this book when I became vegetarian in the early seventies.
The recipes call for ingredients that are easy to come by, the majority of which are in any local grocery store, and are quite easy to make.
This book is OLD SCHOOL where the roots are deep and fully documented with technical information on the VALUE of the food one is cooking.
My mom got this cookbook when I was a child, when it first came out. I remember some of the stuff she tried. I have tried a couple of the recipes and plan to do more. Read morePublished 24 months ago by K. Bunch
The book arrived on time and without flaws. The problem is getting my wife to read it and use some of the recipes.Published on November 25, 2011 by Ralph R.
I feel hippie-cool in using this book. The oat-pinto bean waffle recipe is highly recommended.Published on May 13, 2010 by SAlaska
An excellent book. Many good ideas on perserving foods.It also has recipes on lesser known grains.Published on April 6, 2008 by Kindle Customer