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Good Housekeeping Family Vegetarian Cooking : 225 Recipes Everyone Will Love
by Rosemary Ellis


Overview - A vegetarian cookbook everyone in the family can love

From the most trusted name in America comes an all-purpose vegetarian cookbook for families looking to change their diet, in need of midweek meatless alternatives, or dealing with the demands of one vegetarian in the household.
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More About Good Housekeeping Family Vegetarian Cooking by Rosemary Ellis
 
 
 
Overview
A vegetarian cookbook everyone in the family can love

From the most trusted name in America comes an all-purpose vegetarian cookbook for families looking to change their diet, in need of midweek meatless alternatives, or dealing with the demands of one vegetarian in the household.

There s hearty fare for breakfast and brunch (so no one will miss the bacon and sausage ); a chapter stuffed with tasty cold-cutfree wraps and sandwiches; and a wealth of dinner choices from soups and stews to chilis, stir-fries, sautes, casseroles and more. A special bonus: The last chapter is especially tailored to families with one vegetarian member in the midst of meat eaters; these recipes yield both meatless and meat-filled portions with little extra fuss.

Chock-full of fresh vegetable goodness, these 225 dishes are guaranteed to satisfy vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781588167927
  • ISBN-10: 1588167925
  • Publisher: Hearst Books
  • Publish Date: June 2010
  • Page Count: 287


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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2010-05-17
  • Reviewer: Staff

Featuring 225 simple recipes for everything from breakfast to dessert, this volume makes it easy for would-be vegetarians to try meat-free eating, occasionally or every day. There are plenty of approachable dishes for the I-don’t-do-tofu crowd: three-cheese lasagna rolls; macaroni and cheese deluxe; spaghetti with pesto and tomato and mozzarella salad. "The Flexible Vegetarian" chapter describes how to make recipes such as Chinese orange stir-fry and fried rice with and without meat. (Oddly, these recipes--which have seafood and meat as options on the ingredient lists--are often labeled with a V for vegan.) Most desserts are vegetarian; the "Sweet & Fruity Desserts" chapter offers a handful of vegan recipes, including vegan chocolate chip–walnut brownies and deep chocolate vegan cupcakes, which improve the chapter’s usefulness. A foreword by Good Housekeeping’s food director implies that the recipes to follow are for "delicious healthful meals," but simply omitting meat doesn’t make food healthy. A nacho casserole, for example, calls for a can of condensed cheddar cheese soup, a bag of tortilla chips, and a can of refried beans. Readers who want to follow a vegetarian diet for health reasons should choose recipes from this book carefully. (June)

 
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