Cooking with the right side of the brain
Features wonderfully imaginative meals with more than 500 easy-to-follow, mouthwatering recipes. Vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike will love the creative breakfasts, lunches and dinners that abound in this delightful book. More than 20,000 sold.
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I have used this book for years and have my favorite recipes that I pass on. The ingredients are very healthy and imaginative.
The big problem is the book itself, the binding on the book is just glued paper so it has just fallen apart. I put a big elastic on it and carry on.
Gerry McLeod (Canada)
Review: Cooking with the Right Side of the Brain: Creative Vegetarian CookingUser Review - Crystal Smith - Goodreads
I got this book as a gift when it first came out. It is definitely worth seeking out if you want a good vegetarian cookbook. She was way ahead of the curve on ingredients that are now being touted as ... Read full review
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