Conveniently Vegan: Turn Packaged Foods Into Delicious Vegetarian Dishes

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The Vegetarian Resource Group, 1997 - Cooking - 208 pages
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Many people would love to eat meatless meals, but don't, because they think it would be too difficult. However, this perception is rapidly being torn apart and there are now plenty of alternatives to meat and dairy being offered in stores. Using 150 healthy recipes, Conveniently Vegan teaches shoppers how to prepare vegan meals with all the new natural food products available in stores today.
 

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Page 13 - Group • 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables • 1/2 cup of other vegetables — cooked or chopped raw • 3/4 cup of vegetable juice Fruit Group...
Page 13 - Bread Group: 1 slice of bread; 1 ounce of ready-toeat- cereal; and 1/2 cup of cooked cereal, rice or pasta. Vegetable Group: 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables; 1/2 cup of other vegetables, cooked or chopped raw; and 3/4 cup of vegetable juice. Fruit Group: 1 medium apple, banana, orange, etc.; 1/2 cup of chopped, cooked, or canned fruit; and 3/4 cup of fruit juice. Milk Group: 1 cup of milk or yogurt...
Page 13 - Most of the daily servings of food should be selected from the food groups that are the largest in the picture and closest to the base of the Pyramid. • Choose most of your foods from the grain products group (6-11 servings), the vegetable group (3-5 servings), and the fruit group (2—4 servings). • Eat moderate amounts of foods from the milk group (2-3 servings) and the meat and beans group (2-3 servings). • Choose sparingly foods that provide few nutrients and are high in fat and sugars....
Page 13 - ... PYRAMID Use foods from the base of the Food Guide Pyramid as the foundation of your meals Americans do choose a wide variety of foods. However, people often choose higher or lower amounts from some food groups than suggested in the Food Guide Pyramid. The Pyramid shows that foods from the grain products group, along with vegetables and fruits, are the basis of healthful diets. Enjoy meals that have rice, pasta, potatoes, or bread...

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About the author (1997)

Wasserman earned an M.A. in International Relations from Georgetown University. She is co-director of The Vegetarian Resource Group, founding editor of Vegetarian Journal, and author of several books.

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