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The Meat Lover's Meatless Cookbook: Vegetarian Recipes Carnivores Will Devour Paperback – September 14, 2010
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“Fantastic for anyone who knows deep down that they should be eating less meat (either for personal or planetary health reasons) but can’t seem to make themselves do it.”
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“[Kim O’Donnel] puts the "mm" in Meatless Mondays.”
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“Her recipes…are simple and user-friendly but promise and deliver flavor. The book is loaded with great choices of vegetable dishes, tofu and tempeh dishes but nothing is boring. All the dishes have been created with insight and experience. And she makes it easy to cook by the seasons by dividing up the book's 52 menus into Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring.”
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“The recipes are simple and easy to follow, and it's not all tofu and beans like a lot of vegetarian cookbooks. There are also plenty of vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-optional recipes.”
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“O’Donnel has a certain flair about her…These recipes are definitely worth trying.”
“Best Vegetarian Cuisine Cookbook”
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“With 52 meatless menus that will carry you far from traditional vegetarian fare, this book is sure to delight even the most voracious carnivore.”
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So far every recipe tried has been a hit. How many cookbooks can you say that about?
I am not a fan of meat substitutes. I love vegetarian foods for the color. I think the recipes rely too heavily on tofu or tempeh at times. And sometimes they do feel a bit involved. BUT what I have learned is how to use the tofu/tempeh products that will work best for my family - even if that means replacing with zucchini or just omitting it all together. And some of her really long recipes aren't really that long. It's just that there are a lot of tiny steps on the way to deliciousness.
Her recipes are fun, current, and family friendly. Good pick for hungry vegetarians anywhere.