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The Teen's Vegetarian Cookbook


The Teen's Vegetarian Cookbook


$6.45


This cookbook for new vegetarian teenagers and their parents explains the nutritional concepts of vegetarianism and supplies several simple and healthy breakfast, lunch, diner, snack, and dessert recipes.

Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook


Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook


$24.94


Vegetarian Times is known for its "great recipes" (Chicago Tribune), and this new edition of the Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook offers more than 600 fabulous recipes, along with comprehensive information on vegetarian diet and nutrition. It`s the definitive guide for vegetarians as well as an inspiration to all cooks who want fresh new ideas and great taste. Forget about labels—this is the vegetarian cookbook that everyone will love! "The new edition of the Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook beautifully updates this classic. The recipes are practical and sensitive to the seasons." —Deborah Madison, author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone "Vegetarian Times has long been a respected presence in the world of vegetarian cooking. This impressive collection of innovative recipes ranging from homestyle to elegant will be a valuable guide to new cooks and a repertoire-refresher for the experienced cook." —David Hirsch, Moosewood Restaurant "From ethnic twists galore to healthy, vegetarian versions of standard dishes, and with many more recipes than it had the first time around, this new edition of the Vegetarian Times Cookbook earns the designation `complete.` Classic subjects (main courses, baking) are joined by new chapters addressing real-world vegetarian challenges: meals that are kid-friendly, what to fix at the holidays, and more. Soy in all its forms (tofu, tempeh, `soysage,` etc.) is given new prominence, too. With both vegan and lacto-ovo offerings, the book will please eaters, vegetarian or not, ready for fresh, interesting food. It`s a cookbook likely to make many happy trips from your bookshelf to your prep counter." —Crescent Dragonwagon, author of Passionate Vegetarian "This book has a wealth of contemporary vegetable-based recipes, from quick and flavorful meal ideas to recipes you`ll want to pull out for an elegant dinner party. Drawing influences from around the globe, the Vegetarian T

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