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The Book of Whole Meals: A Seasonal Guide to Assembling Balanced Vegetarian Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners Paperback – October 12, 1985
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The Book Of Whole Meals
-- Provides a sound holistic nutritional philosophy on which to base your food choices
-- Gives thorough instructions on how to set up a kitchen and a well-stocked pantry
-- Offers varied menus for each season: dozens of whole breakfasts, lunches; and dinners, using the fruits and vegetables of the season
-- Shows how to make quick meals with leftovers, without sacrificing taste or nutrition
-- Teaches you how to maximize efficiency and grace in the kitchen with time-saving hints for organizing every step of food preparation...and more!
Voted one of ten best cookbooks by New Age Journal readers.
Top Customer Reviews
However, in this somewhat hodgepodge compilation, one recipe stands out completely, and that is the one for tofu cream pie. This alone is worth the price of the book if you like a healthful dessert that's not too sweet (of course, you can adjust the sweetening, as I do, but I make it even less sweet).
You have to like the taste of tofu and tahini to fully enjoy this pie. The crust is simple - although a bit tricky to put together - and goes well with the filling. I have found that this pie is really good topped with some soy or coconut ice cream. Anyway, truly the book is worth it if only for the tofu cream pie recipe, which I have never seen anywhere else and does not even seem to be on the web.
Be aware: I do not know if the current version is the same as the one I have and includes this recipe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was introduced to this cookbook in the mid 80's when attending a series of cooking classes for a plant based lifestyle before it was 'popular'. Read morePublished 19 months ago by dr Frank
The book gives a lot of good information, but I'm disappointed with the black graphics. For the price, I think it should have color photos instead of the tacky black and white... Read morePublished on January 31, 2014 by Susan Sargent
seems to be not directed in any one direction for food nutrient values or sense for what to do or not do nutritionally.Published on November 17, 2013 by larry clipperton
I find it interesting, but most of the recipes call for miso which I am having a hard time getting. I am not vegetarian and wanted to try after I heard her lecture. Read morePublished on October 4, 2013 by Anna deBlanc
I do not mind a healthy meal, but come on. None of these recipes sounded the least bit interesting! I would suggest you research a different healthy cookbook!Published on March 20, 2013 by Justin Kunst
It's so - so. I didn't think it was that fantastic -- at least not as great as one of my friends who owned a copy raved about it. But, then again, she's not a vegetarian either. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by Cheryl
I eat macrobiotically, and although this book is not macro specific, it does a GREAT job laying out how to plan meals to minimize time spent cooking...Published on February 25, 2011 by shaz