Vegetarian Menus: and Everything You Need To Know About Nutrition

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Author House, Mar 31, 2009 - Cooking - 248 pages
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This is a well-thought selection of 60 complete menus from appetizer to main course.

Under the premise of "know how to eat to live better, Julia Maitret has prepared a delicious and balance collection with the most nutritious ingredients of her pantry.

Vegetarian menus shows that it is possible to achieve an adequate nutrition, according to the needs of each individual, without consuming animal-based food.

Thanks to the precise combination of fruits, vegetables, cereals, and other foods suggested by the author, as a result, we get not only a nutritious option but varied and delicious food.

Besides the author offers an excellent nutritional guide and all the knowledge based on her vegetarian experience.

Therefore, don't think it any longer, have your supplies and utensils ready and enjoy these delicious vegetarian menus.


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A Glance At Nutrition
Alternative Dishes
Sandwiches Easy Snacks And Appetizers
Guide For A Vegetarian New Terms Used In This Book
A Glance At Enzymes
A Glance At Proteins
A Glance At Vitamins
A Glance At Minerals
A Glance At The Bodys Systems
A Glance At Ecology
About the Author
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A Glance At Fats
A Glance At Carbohydrates

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About the author (2009)

Julia Maitret was born in San Rafael, Veracruz, Mexico. She made her studies in Puebla, Mexico, until she obtained her Accountant degree. She then got an academic degree in Psicology and another in Interior Design. After a while she decided to go back to the University to pursue her degree in Humanities which she wasn't able to obtain due to the loss of two of her children; her oldest son at the age of 19 and her youngest at the age of 4.

She's convinced that her change to vegetarianism gave her the strength to endure and overcome her pain. Her husband and her, as a couple, couldn't overcome it together and got a divorce.

She's been a vegetarian for 34 years and has been studying about nutrition for over 40 years.

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