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Everyday Happy Herbivore: Over 175 Quick-and-Easy Fat-Free and Low-Fat Vegan Recipes Paperback – December 6, 2011
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Jane and Rip Esselstyn (author of the New York Times bestseller Engine 2 Diet)
"Everyday Happy Herbivore will ignite your love for cooking. The recipes are easy, quick to prepare, and delicious. Not only will Lindsay’s low-fat vegan cooking help you stay slim and healthy; your taste buds will thank you many times over."
Neal Barnard, M.D., President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
"Everyday Happy Herbivore is easy to use. We look forward to trying every one of the recipes. This is one rare cookbook where we do not have make major alterations in ingredients (like leaving out the oil). We recommend it to followers of the McDougall Program without hesitation.
John and Mary McDougall, founders of the McDougall Program and bestselling authors
"Lindsay is a vegan rock star. Another epic cookbook destined for greatness!"
—Mark Reinfeld, executive chef of Veganfusion.com and coauthor of The 30-Minute Vegan
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Earlier this week I made the fiesta bake. First I had to cook the pasta, so 5-10 minutes to boil the water, 10 minutes or so of cooking time. Already up to 15-20 minutes. Then I needed to whisk together all the ingredients for the cheese sauce. Lindsey recommends using the same pot to reduce cleanup (good idea!) but then you need to wait until the pasta is done to start. Between measuring the ingredients and whisking it all together to thicken it you have another 10 minutes or so. So that's 30 minutes (ohh, there's our limit!) if you reused the pot and still about 20 or so if you didn't. Then you need to mix it all together and put it in the oven for 15-20 minutes. So minimum it's 35 minutes, max it's 50 minutes.
Tonight I made the cajun cornbread bake. Lindsey made this one's shortcomings really easy for me to explain. Instructions say to cook for 30-35 minutes and then let rest for 15 minutes. That's not including the time to takes to sautee the garlic, bell pepper, celery, and onion or to mix the cornbread ingredients. Or to chop all of the vegetables. I'm an experienced cook, but that's still at least 10 minutes. So this one is at least 60 minutes until it's on your table.
Both of these recipes were tasty (although not extremely flavorful) and if you're looking for a good, low-fat vegan cookbook that uses easy to find ingredients and no complicated cooking methods by all means buy this book. But don't buy it if you expect dinner to be on the table in 30 minutes or less because that isn't happening. (Although I've only made 2 recipes this theme does continue through the rest of the recipes in the book.)
Shame on Lindsey and the publisher for false advertising.
I just made Cajun Cornbread casserole which will be in the trash can soon.
Is it just me?,is Vegetarian cooking a acquired taste?
I am sad about all the wasted money and food over these last days.
I was hoping for a successful transition into saving my life, from a lifetime of eating junk to a lifetime of healthy eating,but this isn't going to work!
I MUST be doing it wrong ...