150 Vegan Favorites: Fresh, Easy, and Incredibly Delicious Recipes You Can Enjoy Every Day

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Crown Publishing Group, 1998 - Cooking - 239 pages
Jay Solomon presents in this book recipes that aims to make food good. In '150 Vegan Favorites', the reader can explore the possibilities of cooking with these ingredients. In addition, it is possible to use ingredients such as colorful leafy vegetables, couscous, red lentils, wild rice, butternut squash, and West Indian pumpkin. It contains recipes as Curried Squash with Winter Greens; Tangy Couscous with Black Beans and Corn; Lemony Artichoke Pilaf; Yellow Rice and Avocado Burritos; Rosemary-Roasted Jerusalem Artichokes; Mango-Banana Flambe. Also included are helpful shopping tips and glossaries of rices, grains, legumes, and squash.

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I was cleaning out my kitchen cabinets one day and came across this cookbook. I have no idea where it came from. I don't believe I bought it but haven't a clue who could've given it to me. Anyway, it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anonymous - Borders

This book has some good recipies but many of them are similar with one or two adjustments. Many of the recipies have the same base and some of the recipies are not possible for a beginner cook. I will ... Read full review


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Jay Solomon is the bestselling author of Vegetarian Rice Cuisine, Vegetarian Soup Cuisine, Lean Bean Cuisine, Seven Pillars of Health, and Great Bowls of Fire (all from Prima). A chef and restaurateur, he is a frequent contributor to several magazines, including Vegetarian Times and Restaurant USA.

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