Bean Book

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Rose Elliot is an internationally-renowned vegetarian cookery writer - her creative and delicious recipes have inspired many to become vegetarian. The Bean Book is a vegetarian classic giving the lowdown on beans and pulses of every flavour, colour and variety.

The Bean Book includes bakes, rissoles and soups to tempt the tastebuds as well as essential information on the preparation of pulses. With recipes such as West Indian red Beans and ...

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Overview

Rose Elliot is an internationally-renowned vegetarian cookery writer - her creative and delicious recipes have inspired many to become vegetarian. The Bean Book is a vegetarian classic giving the lowdown on beans and pulses of every flavour, colour and variety.

The Bean Book includes bakes, rissoles and soups to tempt the tastebuds as well as essential information on the preparation of pulses. With recipes such as West Indian red Beans and Lentil Pie you will find the versatile bean is healthy, economical and delicious.

Try other inspiring recipes from the Rose Elliot collection—Low Fat, Low Sugar, Cheap and Easy, Vegetarian Christmas and Vegan Feasts.

With book sales of three million, Rose Elliot is Britain's bestselling vegetarian cookery author. She has earned the praise of vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike for the originality and imaginativeness of her recipes.

Her first book, Simply Delicious, published in 1967, was written in response to the many requests for recipes she received from visitors to the retreat centre run by her parents, where she then cooked. The book was widely praised and, since then, Rose has written many bestsellers.


About the Author

Rose Elliot frequently contributes to national magazines, gives cookery demonstrations and broadcasts on radio and television. She lives with her husband, Robert and youngest daughter, Claire, in Hampshire. Rose has always had a great interest in astrology and has practised this alongside her career as a cookery writer.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780722539477
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/28/2000
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 166
  • Sales rank: 1,422,191
  • Product dimensions: 6.22 (w) x 8.51 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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