The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook

The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook

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by Quarto Publishing
     
 

Learn the skills you need to create mouth-watering meals from one of the world’s greatest cuisines. Step-by-step recipes guide you through the preparation of delicious meals and cooks’ tips add expertise and variety to your cooking. Each book in The Ultimate Cookbook series is softcover, 8.5in x 11in, and illustrated with beautiful, appetizing

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Learn the skills you need to create mouth-watering meals from one of the world’s greatest cuisines. Step-by-step recipes guide you through the preparation of delicious meals and cooks’ tips add expertise and variety to your cooking. Each book in The Ultimate Cookbook series is softcover, 8.5in x 11in, and illustrated with beautiful, appetizing full-color photography throughout. The clear, consistent measurements and easy-to-follow instructions make this book an excellent addition to any cook’s kitchen.

Vegetarian food is different, delicious, nourishing and fresh. It can turn cooking, as well as eating, into a daily pleasure. Learning to cook without meat and fish is something of a challenge, as we are so used to having one or the other as the main ingredient of the meal. However, the effort is worthwhile—as your tastebuds will tell you.

Learn the skills you need to create mouth-watering vegetarian meals from the cuisines of the world. Featuring over 100 tried and tested recipes carefully selected to make flavorsome, filling recipes for soups, salads, and pasta dishes as well as drinks, breads and desserts. Step-by-step recipes guide you through the preparation of delicious meals while cook's tips add expertise and variety to your cooking. The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook is illustrated with full-color photography throughout.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785828488
Publisher:
Chartwell Books
Publication date:
09/19/2011
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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Quarto Publishing Group USA, formed in 2004, creates and publishes illustrated books in North America and sells co-editions of them internationally. The division's imprints include: Book Sales, Cool Springs Press, Creative Publishing international, Fair Winds Press, Harvard Common Press, Moondance, Motorbooks, Quarry Books, QDS, Quiver, Race Point Publishing, Rock Point Gift & Stationery, Rockport Publishers, Seagrass Press, Voyageur Press, Walter Foster Publishing, Walter Foster Jr., and Zenith Press. Subject categories include home improvement, gardening, practical arts and crafts,children's books, transportation, graphic arts, food and drink, sports, military history, Americana, health and body, lifestyle, pets, and music.

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The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MaryAnn_Koopmann More than 1 year ago
The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook ensures that you will never be short of a perfect and tempting dish for any occasion. There are recipes that cover every conceivable part of the menu, and that are designed to suit all manner of meals--from everyday midweek suppers to cocktail parties. This book gives wonderful recipes for vegetarian perfect picnic food, for nutritious children's meals, for formal dinners and for television suppers. Any person who reads this book will walk away with an improved understanding of their body, and best of all it will make it clear to you that YOU ARE IN CONTROL OF YOUR OWN HEALTH! Knowledge is power, empower yourself with common sense principles to feeling better, staying slimmer, and getting more out of life. I highly recommend this book to everyone. More persons ought to be aware of this amazing information and even, perhaps, making it a book that is covered in early education for our children and teens. A lifelong vegetarian saves around: 760 chickens 5 cows 20 pigs 29 sheep 46 turkeys 15 ducks 7 rabbits and half a ton of fish.
DoctorJS More than 1 year ago
From the cover photo inward, I was turned off by the recipes shown. Although the foods looked fresh and probably healthy, none of the recipes drew me in to want to cook them. All of the recipes that I saw looked like healthy and possibly tasty side dishes, but this was not a book that I would use as a mainstay in moving towards a more vegetarian diet.