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You might think that there’s a direct correlation between how much time you spend in the kitchen, and how good the fruits of your labors will be. In fact, it’s entirely possible to prepare a delicious and healthy meal without cooking for hours. Susann Geiskopf-Hadler and Mindy Toomay provide recipes and tips in their cookbook 15-Minute Vegetarian.
In some ways, the low-carb diet craze seems to be the opposite of vegetarianism, since fruits, vegetables, and grains are the foundation of a balanced vegetarian diet. It would be impossible to be a vegetarian and closely follow the Atkins diet plan, as it involves eating a lot animal products. So what can you do if you believe in the low-carb diet principles but don’t eat meat? For starters, you can check out the cookbook Low-Carb Vegetarian.
The Mediterranean region is famous for its delicious and healthy, olive oil-based cuisine. With more than 500 recipes, Martha Rose Shulman’s wonderful Mediterranean Harvest cookbook includes a huge variety of dishes from Spain, France, Italy, Greece, and the Middle East.
Delicious homestyle cooking the meatless way Vegetarian cookbook review Not Just for Vegetarians: Delicious homestyle cooking the meatless way is an interesting cookbook. Most vegetarian cookbooks are either a vast assortment of general recipes or an in-depth collection of dishes belonging to one type of cuisine. Not Just for Vegetarians: Delicious homestyle cooking the meatless [...]
Not only is Italian cuisine my favorite, but I’ve always felt that it is one of the best for vegetarians. Pizza and pasta provide foundations for all kinds of meatless toppings and sauces, and the sky is pretty much the limit. But even I was surprised by the variety of recipes in The Complete Italian Vegetarian Cookbook, by Jack Bishop.
As you might guess from the title, The Meat Lover’s Meatless Cookbook is not written for vegetarians – or even by a vegetarian – but rather for meat eaters who want to eat some vegetarian meals. Carnivore Kim O’Donnel decided to give Meatless Mondays a try and wanted to make sure that what she was eating was just as tasty and filling as the meat-based dishes she would normally consume. She succeeded.
The title of this vegetarian cookbook is eye-catching, and the content doesn’t disappoint. This collection of 120 recipes offers unusual flavor pairings and unique presentation ideas – it’s fun just to read through it.
The original Moosewood Cookbook, published in 1977, was one of the bibles of vegetarian cooking, and its subsequent editions have never failed to please.
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