Kids Can Cook: Vegetarian Recipes

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Book Publishing Company, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
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Young people are increasingly interested in vegetarianism. This guide is the book both parents and teens can turn to for meatless meal ideas the whole family can enjoy, whether they are all vegetarians or not. These recipes are for dishes that kids like to eat and cook themselves: enchiladas, pizza, quick and yeasted breads, soups and salads for any season, delicious desserts, and party foods. The easiest recipes are marked for novice cooks and cooking hints and safety tips are included.

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Dorothy Bates was a pioneer in soyfoods cuisine and has written and collaborated on almost a dozen vegetarian cookbooks, including Munchie Madness, The Tempeh Cookbook, The TVP Cookbook and The New Farm Vegetarian Cookbook.

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