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The I Love Trader Joe's Vegetarian Cookbook: 150 Delicious and Healthy Recipes Using Foods from the World's Greatest Grocery Store Paperback – November 6, 2012
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Even knowing that I was in for a treat, I was still pleasantly surprised by the variety and quality of these recipes. I've already made three--the hearty Wild Rice Porridge, the tangy Orange Creamsicle Cake, and the perfect Quick Calzones. Each one was spot-on.
I'm a vegan who sometimes cheats and eats vegetarian stuff, and my fiancé is a chicken-a-tarian, and both of us are really excited about these recipes. They're clearly spelled out, and many have beautiful full-color photos accompanying them.
I've recommended this book to several sometimes-veg friends, and I think it would be great for folks who are just going vegetarian (or vegan), or who want to introduce a few more veg meals a week into their diets. Kris' recipes are no-fuss, hearty, tasty, and will make you popular with anyone who tries them. Do yourself a favor, and buy a copy now.
I returned this item within days of receiving it. Issues I found:
- I looked at every recipe in this cookbook and did not find a single one I was interested in making.
- Most recipes do not have pictures. Those that do have low-res, and poor quality images - sometimes several pages before or after the actual recipe. Still others have images of, for instance, a bowl of blueberries, raw eggplant, or a pair of cinnamon sticks... a completely unhelpful waste of space, when an image of the actual completed recipe could have been placed there!
- The book actually devotes about a dozen of its 171 actual recipe pages to sandwiches. Are you kidding me? Recipes for sandwiches?
For me, a benchmark for a good cookbook is one that has 10-15 USEFUL and creative recipes I'd like to make again and again, plus has nice photos of nearly every completed recipe. With excellent vegan and vegetarian cookbooks on the market that meet these basic standards, I recommend staying away from this one. Very disappointing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have a daughter-in-law who is a vegetarian and loves Trader Joe's so this was a home run for a gift. She loves it.Published 1 month ago by Connor Walters
Bought as a gift, but scanned it before sending and there were lots of yummy, easy to make recipes in it. Besides who doesn't like Trader Joe's?Published 7 months ago by Amy
I love the idea behind this book, but it didn't work for me. The recipes I tried each included seasonal ingredients that had been rotated out, so I still had to make multiple... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alison
Love this book! I'm a lazy vegan and this book has very easy recipes.Published 14 months ago by Heather Yawitz
I love the demos they have at Trader Joe's. This cookbook is good and I like the vegetarian diet. But, I also stop by Trader Joes often to check in on their demos. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mimi