The Complete Vegetarian Handbook: Recipes and Techniques for Preparing Delicious, Healthy Cuisine

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Chronicle Books, Feb 1, 2003 - Cooking - 280 pages
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The Complete Vegetarian Handbook is one-stop shopping for the ever-increasing number of vegetarians-an all-inclusive guide to cooking and eating well. Kathy Farrell-Kingsley has filled her book with essential techniques and easy-to-follow instructions. She covers what staples to stock and how to store them and the best healthy cooking methods like stir-frying and steaming. Plus there are 75 tempting recipes from soups to desserts even novice cooks can prepare with ease. Whether part-time herbivore or full-time devotee, anyone interested in a vegetarian diet will want to sink their teeth into these pages.
  

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I don't plan on being a vegetarian, but this was a great book if ever I choose to become one! Read full review

Contents

preface
8
stocking the vegetarian pantry
16
meatless menu planning
26
cooking basics
43
baked goods
211
and more
247
mailorder sources
269
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About the author (2003)

Kathy Farrell-Kingsley is a former food editor for Vegetarian Times magazine and an accomplished cookbook author and food writer. She lives with her family in Connecticut.

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