Japanese Vegetarian Cooking: From Simple Soups to Sushi

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Japanese Vegetarian Cooking includes more than 100 vegetarian recipes, with easy-to-follow directions and information on techniques, as well as a glossary of Japanese ingredients and utensils. The recipes range from flavorful soups, to rice, tofu and soybean dishes, to vegetables, salads, pickles, and drinks, to elegant vegetarian sushi. This is a cookbook for anyone who loves Japanese food and wants to prepare it at home. Vegans and vegetarians will also welcome it as an ...
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Overview

Japanese Vegetarian Cooking includes more than 100 vegetarian recipes, with easy-to-follow directions and information on techniques, as well as a glossary of Japanese ingredients and utensils. The recipes range from flavorful soups, to rice, tofu and soybean dishes, to vegetables, salads, pickles, and drinks, to elegant vegetarian sushi. This is a cookbook for anyone who loves Japanese food and wants to prepare it at home. Vegans and vegetarians will also welcome it as an opportunity to expand their menus.

Filled with more than 100 recipes for healthful Japanese food that can be prepared in Western kitchens with no special skills, this book also includes information on techniques as well as a glossary of Japanese ingredients and utensils. The recipes range from simple, flavorful soups, rice, tofu, and soybean dishes to drinks and elegant vegetarian sushi.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Richfield, a vegetarian gourmet who has lived in Japan, notes that "Japan, unlike the West, has had a long and varied traditional vegetarian cuisine, evolving and perfecting itself over many centuries." Most of the recipes collected here rely on staple ingredients like tofu (whose 38% protein content equals that of beef) and a wide variety of fresh vegetables (from shiitake mushrooms to sweet potatoes). Short cooking times, she emphasizes, are the key to preserving both the taste and the nutritional value of fresh ingredients. Preparing Japanese food can be surprisingly easy. Its presentation, however, is more complex than many Western cuisines; recipes come with quick explanations detailing how each component in a meal should appear on the table. The clearly explained, streamlined recipes are arranged by category: soups (clear and miso-based); rice dishes, including such sushi as Futomaki, stuffed with mushroom, egg and cucumber; noodle dishes that favor the thick udon or buckwheat soba noodles; and an array of hot and cold vegetable dishes with various vinegar- or sake-based sauces. A comprehensive glossary rounds out a must-have for vegetarians-and all health-conscious cooks. (Apr.)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780895948052
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press
  • Publication date: 3/1/1996
  • Series: Vegetarian Cooking Series
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 8.96 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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