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eBook Vegetables Please: The More Vegetables, Less Meat Cookbook download ISBN: 1465402020
Author: DK Publishing
Publisher: DK; 1st edition (March 18, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1241 kb
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Rating: 4.2
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Category: Cooking
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is a great cookbook for vegetarians and flexitarians alike.

is a great cookbook for vegetarians and flexitarians alike. It is packed with more than 200 creative recipes for every meal. Anyhow, when I saw this cookbook in the Food and Drink Boutique at DK Canada, I knew that it would be a good cookbook to have around simply because it was solemnly dedicated to vegetables. With over 200 delicious and satisfying recipes which put vegetables as the star attraction, I was sure to be able to find some that my family would like to try.

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Published by DK. Paperback. Make vegetables the star attraction and prove that you don't need meat to make a meal with Try It! Eat More Vegetables. Introduce more variety into your diet, reduce the amount of meat you eat, find new uses and flavour combinations of your favourite vegetables and cook delicious meals for your family and friends. Eat More Vegetables aims to banish limp lettuce from your refrigerator forever and expand your options like never before. Previous ISBN 9781409339403. The Vegetarian Cookbook.

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This section is from the book "The Pattern Cook-Book", by The Butterick Publishing C. .Proper Vegetables To Serve With Meats. For this reason the sauces and vegetables should combine in a pleasing way with the game flavor. Celery is always excellent and may be served plain, stewed, with a white sauce or with mayonnaise dressing. The common vegetables that are more or less alike may be classified as follows: i. Cabbage, chicory, spinach, lettuce, endive, dandelion, cauliflower, beet greens, Brussels-sprouts. 2. Turnips, salsify, Kohl-rabi. 3. Squash, sweet potatoes.

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Vegetarians, meat-lovers, and anyone seeking to add more vegetables to their diet will all find inspiration in this vegetable-centric cookbook.

Vegetables Please: The More Vegetables, Less Meat Cookbook presents more than 200 vegetarian recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert, proving that home chefs don't need to include meat to make a delicious and satisfying meal. Readers will also discover helpful produce tips, quick ideas for vegetable basics, and even advice on which meats could pair well with certain dishes.

Comments: (7)
Modred
I wish I had been given this book when I got married. It has DOZENS of color photos of vegetables, herbs, spices, legumes and how they can be used together. The information on herbs and spices has been invaluable and encouraged me to be creative with them. The recipes are easy to follow, not terribly complicated or exotic, just wholesome food. Can't wait to try one of the curries!
Granijurus
Looks to be a good book, I'm trying to be more careful of my diet choices, this book should help
Beardana
I bought this book as a gift, so I can't really comment on the recipes myself. Having said that the person I bought the book for said she is very pleased with the book and has tried some of the recipes and said they were delicious. I'm still waiting for an invitation to a vegetarian dinner.
Xor
Book is a true DK book. Great quality and pics. Very disappointed that it doesn't have calorie counts since so many people track their calories these days.
Whitebeard
When you start thinking about vegetables, you either react badly to it or wonder why you are always stuck on the same veggies all the time. I used to have an aversion on certain vegetables like brussels sprouts for example. But that was before I met my husband and he cooked some that were simply delicious. Besides, everything goes well with salsa.

Anyhow, when I saw this cookbook in the Food and Drink Boutique at DK Canada, I knew that it would be a good cookbook to have around simply because it was solemnly dedicated to vegetables. With over 200 delicious and satisfying recipes which put vegetables as the star attraction, I was sure to be able to find some that my family would like to try. This cookbook is ingenious in a way because not only would it appeal to vegetarians but it give great side dish ideas for those of us who like meat and seafood. Talking about meat and seafood, this cookbook also suggests the meat, fish or seafood that could be great to accompany the dish you are planning to do.

The table of content of this cookbook is simple yet very useful:

Pantry Essentials – This section will introduce you in all the things that could be useful to make the recipes included in the cookbook.
Recipes – In here, you will find the recipes in the following meals: soups and salads, pasta/noodle/rice, pan-fries and fritters, curries/stews/casseroles, pizzas/wraps/quesadillas, tortillas/frittatas/omelets, tarts/pies/turnovers, grills and bake, pestos/pickles/salsas/dips.
Techniques – This section will teach you to slice, dice, seed, peel, pummel, and knead your way to culinary perfection with these essential step-by-step-techniques. Beautiful photos give you a great visual on how to do things.

You will also find marvelous photos on the final results of some of the recipes. Also throughout the book you will find pages with the title starting with the words “Four Ways with…” that will introduce new ways of cooking with specific vegetables like mushrooms, asparagus, potatoes, avocados, tomatoes, zucchini, bell peppers, eggplants, and onions. I find it is always nice to have new ideas when dealing with vegetables.

So this summer, while celebrating the abundance and diversity of fresh, seasonal produce, why not also explore new recipes like the ones included in the Vegetables Please cookbook? You can be sure that you will get a balanced diet while trying out new veggies.
Beahelm
The reviews so far mention the versatility of this book (each recipe has a meat option, if you want to add it); and that there is a lot of flavor packed into the recipes, which is essential especially for transitioning out of relying on meat as the main flavoring ingredient. What isn't mentioned is that these recipes are also all very uncomplicated and fast to prepare (don't decide that means flavor shortcuts--not so). For me, this is the really stellar quality on top of the other benefits of these recipes. Most can be done in well under an hour, prep and cook time total. The recipes are on one page, with clear, simple directions. You can take more time by cooking some of your own ingredients, rather than using canned, such as for legumes--and there are directions for either way.

Other good points: The index is very comprehensive. The recipes seem to me to be fresh and different, not the samo-samo you find in many vegetarian cookbooks, which can tend to repeat each other, and also can be very complicated and long to prepare. I am delighted to own this, and look forward to many fine, fast, healthy and delicious meals from it. It also appeals to my newbie cook husband, as he can see these are things he could actually cook himself. This is a great boon when my health does not permit me to cook, and he must take over.

My recommendation: don't pass this by, because it's a real winner.

September 2014 Update: After trying a range of the recipes from this book, it is our assessment that although they look appealing, every one we have made has needed help to make them truly tasty. One we even threw out, and that is a rare thing at our house. I truly wanted to love this cookbook, but I'm afraid it hasn't lived up to its promise.
SARAND
I absolutely love this book. I'm at a point where I'm transitioning from the yucky standard American Diet into clean eating, wholesome foods and less animal protein (the husbands eats meat once a week) and I was very frustrated in the whole processes. I know how to cook but I always made dinners that always included an animal protein so I was stuck on how to cook without it. I looked at several books and this one finally gave me what I needed. I've made about 12+ recipes and none of them have disappointed. They are full of flavor with tons of vegetables, and whats awesome is that every recipe comes with an option to add an animal protein. It's great for those days when you feel like eating fish or chicken etc. It comes with lovely photos and introduction on the various vegetable groups, and some prep/cutting techniques as well. I also love the featured vegetable sections where she takes one veggie and makes it 4 different ways. There's Asian, Greek, Latin, Indian etc, recipes. Also pizzas, turnovers, rice, noodle, soup, etc types of recipes. I love it so much I've been cooking one recipe each night for dinner for over 2 weeks. This book is teaching me how to be vegetarian and I love it. I recommend it to everyone now.