Grandma's Kitchen Goes Green: Favorite Recipes from Soul Vegetarian Los Angeles

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Cooking - 120 pages
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Do you crave the hearty flavors of soul food but want a healthier alternative? Grandma's Kitchen Goes Green is the answer. Inspired by her family's traditional Sunday dinners and influenced by her work with the founding chefs of Soul Vegetarian, author Laura L. Gaines shares her personal stories and thoughts on cooking, and shows readers how meat-free cuisine can be 'soul delicious.' Filled with fond anecdotes and family photographs alongside tempting recipes and full-color images, this cookbook provides step-by-step instructions on how to prepare healthful, soul-satisfying dishes that are sure to become favorites in your own family. Laura trained with the founding chefs of Soul Vegetarian, an international restaurant chain established in 1983, and was president and head chef at Soul Vegetarian West in Los Angeles, California. She is also the co-founder of numerous sustainable lifestyle businesses and has experience working in health care management and health and nutrition media. She currently lives with her husband in greater metropolitan Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. www.dimonagreen.com
 

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Contents

IntroductionSoul Food Redefined
13
Guidelines for Your KitchenNutrition Room
19
Entrees
23
Vegetables and Legumes
53
Salads
73
Soups and Stews
85
Breads and Grains
93
Desserts
101
Beverages
113
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