The Vegetarian's Bible: 350 Quick, Practical, and Nutritious Recipes

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Skyhorse, Nov 13, 2012 - Cooking - 353 pages
An updated edition of the classic that earned an Honorable Mention for “World’s Best Vegetarian Cookbook” from Gourmand International.
 
If you’re craving fresh, nourishing food that will help you lose weight, get more energy, and revitalize your health, look no further than The Vegetarian's Bible. These classic vegetarian dishes use seasonal ingredients that are great for both your health and the environment.
 
You’ll find recipes for a detox and anti-inflammatory diet as well as for a range of diets including: raw food, custom GI vegetarian, vegan, lacto or lacto-ovo vegetarian. Aside from her wide array of recipes, Sundqvist also includes recommendations for seasonal buffets, for those wishing to entertain with healthy and beautiful food. These recipes are perfect for any at-home chef with simple step-by-step instructions and 150 beautiful full-color photographs. With recipes ranging from appetizers, soups, and snacks, to pizzas, salads, and sandwiches, and even desserts, this cookbook is perfect whether you’re looking to go veggie, or you’re a longtime vegetarian interested in discovering some new, tasty meals.
 

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Contents

Foreword
Storing and preservation
An aware consumer
Food as medicine
Learning about nutrition and planning meals
DIRECTORY
Fruit berries and flowers
Vegetables root vegetables and mushrooms
Small Dishes Snacks and Sides
Soups
Pasta Noodles and Whole Grain Dishes
Pizza Pies and Sandwiches
Stews
Oven Dishes
Root Vegetables and Potato Dishes
StirFry Grill Fry and DeepFry

Seaweed and wild plants
Nuts seeds and whole grain products
Beans and lentils
Herbs and spices
Preparation and seasoning
BUFFET SUGGESTIONS
Sauces Dips and Marinades
Desserts and Pastries
Energy Bars Snacks and Candy
Bread
Drinks
Volume and Weight
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