1,000 Vegetarian Recipes

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Wiley, Apr 12, 2011 - Cooking - 608 pages
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The award-winning cookbook that's not just for vegetarians

Carol Gelles, one of the best-known authorities on the subject, offers hundreds of appetizers, entrees, soups, salads, and more, proving that vegetarian cuisine is anything but boring. The flavor combinations are limitless, drawing on the ingredients and spices from every international cuisine. Discussions of vegetables, grains, beans, and soyfoods are interspersed throughout the recipes, making the book easy enough for beginners to follow. And every recipe is coded as lacto-vegetarian (some dairy products), ovo-vegetarian (some egg products), or vegan (made without dairy or meat products).

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About the author (2011)

CAROL GELLES has a master's degree in food and nutrition from New York University. She has contributed recipes and articles to publications including Weight Watchers, Parents, Woman's World, and Mademoiselle. Gelles is also the author of The Complete Whole Grain Cookbook, Wholesome Harvest, and 101 Ways to Juice It. She lives in New York City, where she frequently works as a food stylist and recipe tester.

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