The Tao of Cooking

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Indiana University Press, 1982 - Cooking - 236 pages

Taking full advantage of a rich variety of fresh ingredients, The Tao of Cooking offers the adventurous cook a chance to experiment with 300 meatless recipes from around the world. Divided into 12 chapters, the book includes recipes for entrees, breakfasts, soups, appetizers, side dishes, and pasta and more than 50 recipes for breads and desserts. Menus for complete meals, a glossary of ingredients, and a thorough index contribute to making it one of the most useful and joyful treasures on your cookbook shelf. These superb recipes and menus are from the legendary Tao Restaurant which was operated by the Rudrananda Ashram in Bloomington, Indiana. A vegetarian favorite!

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"The Tao of Cooking", originally published in 1982, was an outgrowth of two vegetarian restaurants, "The Tao" in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1971 and "Rudi's Big Indian Restaurant" near Woodstock, New ... Read full review

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Pasley offers vegetarian fare for every meal in this 1982 volume. The recipes are simple and straightforward, and each chapter contains an introduction to the types of foods covered. A good, basic text. Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD
1
INTRODUCTION
3
MENUS
5
BREAKFAST
13
BREADS
19
EGGS OMELETS AND QUICHES
37
SANDWICHES AND SNACKS
51
APPETIZERS
59
VEGETABLE DISHES
99
MEXICAN DISHES
131
PASTA GNOCCHI AND NOODLES
140
VEGETABLES AND SIDE DISHES
157
SALADS
174
DESSERTS
191
GLOSSARY OF INGREDIENTS
218
INDEX
222

SOUPS
76
Copyright

About the author (1982)

Sally Pasley is an accomplished home chef, former restaurant owner, and author of Food for Friends. She lives in Watertown, Massachusetts.

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