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The New Fast Food: The Veggie Queen Pressure Cooks Whole Food Meals in Less than 30 MInutes Paperback – October 20, 2011
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Neither of her books speak specifically to the Instant Pot, but her instructions are so clear that it's obvious how to cook any of the recipes in an electric pressure cooker. And I love her discussion of beans, to soak or not to soak, and how to quick soak.
Some of the most tempting recipes from this book are the garlicky tempeh stew, the squash custard, the mashed maple winter squash with cinnamon (in 5 minutes including quick release!), and her "risotto variations of which there are too many to list". :-)
If you are a vegetarian or vegan, or even if you just want to expand your repertoire of healthful dishes, you can't go wrong with this book.
The recipes are truly fast, easy and delicious. I used it last night with timer feature on the Instant Pot to have porridge ready this morning. My wife used it quickly to make green beans for my daughter's launch box today. (Just one minute at pressure!), and we will likely use the pressure cooker and this cookbook for dinner tonight as well.
I've already bought three copies of this cookbook for friends and family, who are also reporting their enjoyment.
The recipes vary a lot in difficulty. Like most things I am discovering with the pressure cooker in general, everything seems to be a stew, risotto-ish, or a pile of beans, and there's nothing wrong with that at all. The recipes are easy to follow and don't use too many odd ingredients. We live in a rural area, and sometimes it's hard to find curious spices or specific vegetables or roots that might be available elsewhere.
A couple of things to know - I couldn't tell from the cover, but this is a vegan, not vegetarian book. I don't think this matters much (can you even cook eggs or dairy in a pressure cooker?). There are occasional peculiarities that I disagree with (gluten free and GMO silliness) but that's her opinion and doesn't affect the recipes, and if those things are important to you, than that's fine.