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1,000 Vegetarian Recipes Hardcover – April 30, 1996
100 Books for a Lifetime of Eating & Drinking
If you want to make an authentic tagine, bake mouth-watering cakes, or vicariously experience the life of a chef, you’ll find the book for it on this list.
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1,000 Vegetarian Recipes Have you been searching for a collection of delicious vegetarian recipes? What about easy-to-prepare vegetarian recipes, or those that are healthful? Then 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes is the book for youno other vegetarian cookbook comes even close. Author Carol Gelles has spent years creating recipes for a variety of tastes and needs, whether you're a beginner vegetarian, long-time vegetarian, or someone trying to eat meatless meals just a couple of times each week for better health. If you're a vegan (a vegetarian who doesn't eat eggs or dairy products), you've probably been frustrated in the past by vegetarian cookbooks that don't address your needs. Again, no other cookbook offers you as many choices as 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes, with hundreds of vegan recipes throughout (all clearly marked with a "V" at the tops of the recipes). And many of the lacto-ovo vegetarian recipes include vegan variations. You probably already know that the vegetarian lifestyle is a healthy one, but if you're looking specifically for low-fat recipes, those dishes are specially marked with a "healthy heart" symbol for easy reference. In addition to the 1,000 recipes, Gelles offers a bounty of information on vegetarian food, including cooking charts for beans and grains; shopping lists for stocking the vegetarian pantry; a glossary of ingredients; a lesson on the health benefits of a meatless diet; and menu-planning advice, with menu suggestions for every tasteChinese, French, Mexican, Indian, and more. Whether you already own a dozen vegetarian cookbooks, or this will be your first, 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes is the one cookbook a vegetarian can't do without. A Few of the Delicious Meatless Recipes
- Olive Caviar
- Black Bean Hummus
- Corn Fritters
- Leek and Wild Rice Soup
- Stuffed Young Eggplants
- Spiced Couscous with Diced Vegetables
- Springtime Pasta
- Bulgur with Summer Squash
- Mushroom-Leek Tart
- Lentil Shepherd's Pie
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1,000 Vegetarian Recipes It's Like Getting 5 Cookbooks for the Price of 1 216 Side Dishes 61 Breads 70 Breakfasts, Brunches, and Lunches 91 Appetizers 137 Salads 152 Main Dishes and much, much more Vegetarians rejoice! Whether you're a lacto-ovo vegetarian or a vegan (or even if you're a part-time vegetarian, eating meatless meals just a couple of times each week), no other cookbook can compare to 1,000 Vegetarian Recipes. If you've been searching for healthy, easy, and delicious meatless recipes, this is the book for you. "Addressing the needs of the beginner, the part-timer, and the fully committed vegetarian, this cookbook is a must-have " Cooking Light Magazine "Actually several cookbooks in one, this encyclopedic volume has it allgood basics for the aspiring vegetarian, innovative recipes that will appeal to long-time ardent vegetarians, and plenty for everyone in between." New York Daily News Visit Hungry Minds, Inc. online at www.hungryminds.com
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It then is organized Appetizers, Soup, Entree's, etc etc, again, for easy meal planning. Once you get more familiar with it's set up you should be able to pick an ingredient that you want to use and find a recipe with it. For example, I noticed I have a lot of carrots in the fridge and not much of anything else. So I go to carrots in the index and find basic information about carrot (if you've never cooked with it before), and you also will find an Ethiopian dish made with carrot, ginger baked root vegetables, carrot cake, etc and you take a homely ingredient and made it into a gourmet meal. Your friends will be impressed. You can find recipes like this for just about any vegetable, grain, or beans you see. Perfect if you have been trying to make use of a new veggie at the farmer's market or trying to incorporate a new grain in your diet from the bulk bins at the natural food store.
Last, with Carol's anecdotal writing style you'll be able to visualize how to make the dish, and feel as if you are cooking right along with her. The recipes a easy to follow, and have always come out well. And BTW: The Vegetable Lasagna recipe cannot be beat, I dare you to find one better. Get the book for this recipe alone. All of the recipes have vegan suggestions, and suggestions for swapping out one ingredient in a recipe for another. This always created a platform for me to start my culinary journey. Instead of recipes set in stone I began to understand that she was putting together flavors and textures. No, Carol's not reinventing the wheel, nor will probably never be an expert on vegan cooking. Experienced cooks may even find the recipes trite. However, if you think of this cookbook as the springboard to your vegetarian adventures you are in the right place. Just dive right in. See ya in the pool!