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The Everything Vegetarian Cookbook: 300 Healthy Recipes Everyone Will Enjoy Paperback – June 1, 2002
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About the Author
Jay Weinstein is professor of social sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology. He is the author of Sociology/Technology: Foundations "of Postacademic "Social Science (Transaction, 1982) and editor of Studies in Comparative International Development.
Top Customer Reviews
By the way, you shouldn't have any problems using recipes from this book. There are many yummy ones to choose from, with clear and easy-to-follow directions, as well as useful information on vegetarianism. I think this is a great book, not just for vegetarians, but for people who have decided to eat healthier by having a few meatless nights, or parents who may be struggiling to find something to cook for their newly vegetarian son or daughter.
Oh, one more plus. This book is NOT filled with exotic expensive items you'll have to raid specialty shops for. You can find most of what you'll need at a regular grocery store.
Also, the author comments that certain vitamins are important for vegetarians, etc., but vitamins are important for everyone! And the vitamins he mentions are only available through vegetarian sources. I detect a little bias and/or lack of knowledge on the part of the author.
That said, this book has some good recipes to offer, with unique combinations. It also has what I would consider uninspired recipes, such as puff pastry dough (which is a storebought item) with marinara, goat's cheese (that is, if you eat dairy products), and thyme or parsley; I also saw many recipes with mayo, either soy or egg based. I guess it's a good mix of fast to prepare recipes and more complex, flavorful, from-scratch ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Instructions are often incorrect and not well written and there's no salt in any recipe (I get over salting is a bad thing, but a little goes a long way t flavor). Read morePublished 6 months ago by domynoe
Lots of good recipes that do not Seem to complicated to make I gave ii a three because it does not give you the nutritional value of the recipes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Laney
I liked the book because the measurements in them are easy. A spoon or a cup.
I'm guessing the printers were being frugal with the ink in this book. Read more
This was a gift for my grandsons girlfriend and she loves itPublished 20 months ago by Nanci Dubuque