Linda McCartney's Home Vegetarian Cooking: 308 Quick, Easy, and Economical Vegetarian Dishes

Linda McCartney s Home Vegetarian Cooking Quick Easy and Economical Vegetarian Dishes In this internationally bestselling classic vegetarian cookbook Linda McCartney stresses freshness and nutrition using her imagination to create meatless dishes that are quick and economical and sacr

  • Title: Linda McCartney's Home Vegetarian Cooking: 308 Quick, Easy, and Economical Vegetarian Dishes
  • Author: Linda McCartney
  • ISBN: 9781611451832
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this internationally bestselling classic vegetarian cookbook Linda McCartney stresses freshness and nutrition, using her imagination to create meatless dishes that are quick and economical and sacrifice nothing in taste One of the world s first celebrity chefs and an outspoken animal rights activist, McCartney turned to vegetarian cooking early in her life.Decades ofIn this internationally bestselling classic vegetarian cookbook Linda McCartney stresses freshness and nutrition, using her imagination to create meatless dishes that are quick and economical and sacrifice nothing in taste One of the world s first celebrity chefs and an outspoken animal rights activist, McCartney turned to vegetarian cooking early in her life.Decades of cooking a meatless diet for friends and family have culminated in these 308 easy, clear, and delicious recipes from dinner to dessert, there is something for every occasion here With recipes like fresh Avocado and Dill Soup, hearty Beefless Stroganoff, delicious Maine Sauerkraut, and tasty Lentil Cheese Loaf, McCartney s upbeat presentation encourages cooks of all ages and abilities to explore the endless variations possible in a vegetarian diet Also included are handy measurement conversion tables, advice for cooking with children and teenagers, and a brief glossary to get you thinking about vegetarian cooking terms.

    One thought on “Linda McCartney's Home Vegetarian Cooking: 308 Quick, Easy, and Economical Vegetarian Dishes”

    1. This was the cookbook that enabled me to become a vegetarian. In 1991 I was trying to become a vegetarian after being a meat-eating Southerner for all my twenty-eight years. I did not know very much about cooking and I knew nothing, nothing, about vegetarian cooking. I just knew that I no longer wanted to eat animals. The problem was that after subscribing to Vegetarian Times, I still disliked most of the vegetarian dishes that I had prepared. They almost always tasted like birdseed mixed with o [...]

    2. I have the fist edition, the very best cookbook I bought, and I still use most of its recipes, though I veganized them now, but it was my life saviour, it was with this book that I became a vegetarian and then a vegan. I will always be grateful to Linda for showing me the way to live cruelty free.

    3. This is a good book for anyone who wants to have vegetarian dishes. Also if they entertain vegetarians or just want to go one day a week vegetarian. The Seventh Day Adventists are vegetarians that overall live longer than their carnivore counterparts. A good habit at least a few days a week. This includes dairy and eggs which can be substituted by vegans with other products.

    4. "Home cooking" I think means "vegetarian food for gluttonous carnivores": lots of great unhealthy, starchy, greasy meat-substitute-and-potato recipes in here. Five stars for the cauliflower gratin recipe alone.

    5. If you'd like to know what I thought of this book, please contact me directly and I'd be happy to discuss it with you.All the best,- TB

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