Question by ducttape3243: Vegetarian cookbook?
What vegetarian cookbook would be good for me?I’m 14 and I went vegetarain a month ago,I need somthing with lots of recipes that aren’t filled with ingredients i’ve never heard of or are way to pricey
Answer by JoHnNy DePp LoVa
I’m 12 and a vegatarian and my fav cookbook that is meatless is the big little vegatarian cookbook (found at borders)
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Question by KathyS: Vegetarian Cookbook ?
I know there are many vegetarian cookbooks on the market but
I was wondering if any of you think that a vegetarian cookbook for us lazy cooks would be a good idea? The premise of the book is to have it include easy to get and everyday ingredient recipes that contain only a handful of those ingredients. Quick, fast and easy! Do you guys think there is a market for this sort of cookbook?
That’s great but what has that got to do with my question?
Answer by Auntiem115
There are those of us who are always looking for a new good cookbook
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3 Places to find Vegetarian Recipes
You did it. You made the decision to stop eating animals and move to a vegetarian lifestyle. Of course, you have never been a vegetarian before so you wonder where you can find vegetarian recipes that go beyond eggplant parmesan and salad. There are some obvious resources and some that are less obvious. Here are three great options.
This is the most obvious source of recipes for any vegetarian. A search of Amazon will turn up over 1,700 selections. Do you need that many? Of course not, but it give you an idea of just how many choices exist.
Start with a couple of cookbooks; one that offers simple recipes you can use on a daily basis, and one that focuses on entertainment cooking are good places to start. These will give you plenty of recipes and is fairly affordable. Next, head to your local library.
Your library is a great resource for many things, and vegetarian cookbooks are one of them. Some books, like the Moosewood series, are tried and true staples of the vegetarian community, while others offer ethnic cuisines, vegan options, and more. Check out anything that sounds interesting and over time, you will build a file of recipes you can turn to for every occasion.
It should come as no surprise that the internet is full of vegetarian recipe sites. Even sites that don’t cater to vegetarians are filled with meatless recipes you can use, adapt, and enjoy. Best of all, you can use the internet to do much more than just scope out new recipes.
The internet connects you, instantly, to millions of like minded people. Thos who want to eat vegetarian for a variety of reasons; ethics, ecological awareness, weight loss and more. You are sure to find a forum or two that is tailor made to your interests and needs.
Custom Made Vegetarian Meal Plans
If you really want to take a lot
The Delights of Vegetarian Cooking
Similar to a large amount vegetarians I’m continually asked how do I get on with my vegetarian cooking as I dont supply meat for the meal. As a rule meat eaters don’t realise that the piece of meat on the plate is essentially rather minor (or should be) in relationship with the other ingredients that takes up the remainder of the space.
Im speaking on the subject of home-cooked meals, not fast food or swanky restaurant that offers a component of meat as a central ingredient. Most of the homes will cook your meal & will present vegetables along with the slice of red or white meat. Similar, in a stew style dish, there will be a lot of vegetables.
So it basically just a question of replacing a cut of meat with & serve of something else the exact same along with the same vegetables and/or salad.
So now we hit the second query. “Whatever do you switch the piece of meat for?” And coming straight after that is “But it takes ages to prepare a vegetarian meal doesn’t it?”
So allow me enlighten all the meat eaters who read this piece of writing. Vegetarian cooking can be as easy or as extensive and comprehensive as you want it to be exactly the same as cooking meat.
Consider the time taken in preparing a stew. Chopping up vegetables (vegetarians do likewise), making the stock (vegetarians can do the same) and preparing the meat Well, vegetarians miss that bit out – which makes our stew making…you guessed it – shorter. To us it is merely a question of adding some beans or chickpeas, either of which can come in a can, or are prepared in advance & used for additional recipes.
Now, I in my opinion I believe that the preparation of chicken is more time-consuming than the preparation of the chickpea burgers, namely putting all the ingredients in a food processor, mix, followed by spooning them directly into the pan. Naturally I become fancy, if the feeling takes me by putting them in