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Meatless Meals for Meat Eaters: Over 150 Delicious Recipes Paperback – November 17, 2011
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The recipes are pretty easy and give lots of options without just having to use "faux meat" all the time.
The first thing I made were her delicious peanut butter granola bars. My kids and hubby devoured them and oh my goodness, I wanted to eat 10 of them! I was so excited to have a healthy after-school snack for the kids, who come home ravenous. The only thing I would change about the cookbook if I could--add pictures to the recipes--but I found a solution! You can visit Miriam's blog here [...] and you'll see tons of pictures and even MORE delicious recipes.
I can't wait to try more recipes. Our grocery budget is always something we're working on and we've been cutting back on meat-filled meals because they are more expensive. I figure the Mixed Vegetable Lo Mein cost about .50 cents a person for my family of six--maybe even less since my hubby took it to work for lunch the next day!
The best part is that my son loved the recipes too. He is a very picky eater and pleasing him can be difficult. This cookbook would be a great addition to any kitchen.
I became a vegetarian years ago, and the health benefits are fantastic. The problem I initially encountered was finding a variety of meals to enable me to remain a vegetarian. For those opting to go meatless today, Miriam Barton is your guru. Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters contains over 150 mouth-watering recipes that actually spawn dozens of other combinations for creative chefs, moms feeding hungry families, busy singles on the run, and anyone interested in healthy cuisine.
With choices like Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Shells, Margarita Pizza, Southwestern Stuffed Portabella Mushroom Caps, Black Bean Wraps, Mexican Cornbread Casseroles, and dozens of easily prepared salads and soups, dining healthy is a snap for hungry folks wanting plenty of protein, iron, and energy in their diets. One need not be vegetarian to enjoy the extremely hearty preparations in this wonderful cookbook.
This hungry Italian has tried over thirty recipes thus far, and every one was scrumptious. I'm a believer!
As others have stated, there are no pictures but you do not need them. This is not an overwhelming cookbook, nothing is complicated about these recipes. I really like how everything is made yourself, just about, this is a true homemade cookbook to me. It is not throwing a bunch of processed canned food into a baked meal.
I think whether you love meat or not, this cookbook would be a good one to have in your kitchen. I have searched but meatless meals are hard to find without soy added in them, very few of her recipes even call for that tofu stuff.
I have a gluten free, soy free child so this cookbook was perfect for my family. I have been doing the gluten, soy free thing for over a year and half, this cookbook just made my life so much easier meal planning and my grocery bill.
I have tried some of her recipes from her blog site and I was sold. I made the chick peas and sweet potato potpie, but I changed it from chick peas to white beans.
I would recommend this book to anyone, meat eater or not, lots of good recipes to choose from.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We haven't done many receipts in this book. Have a lot of cook books and it takes time to go through them all to find a good mealPublished on July 14, 2013 by I. Crawford
We grow a huge garden, so I am always looking for ways to eat more and more veggies at our house. This book has inspired many great dishes for my family. Read morePublished on June 14, 2012 by Lisa R.
i received this book as a gift. I LOVE IT!
i've been cooking my way through this book for the last 4 months.... seriously my favorite cookbook on the counter. Read more