The Intimate Vegetarian

The Intimate Vegetarian

Book - 2001
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Just enough for you, or perfect for two.
At last, a vegatarian cookbook for the way so many people are cooking today. Much more than the obvious, "use half as much of this" or "twice as much of that," each recipe is specifically created to be prepared for either one or two.
Each recipe is actually two separate recipes
Brimming with more than 150 delicious, meatless meals, "The Intimate Vegetarian" has been designed to clearly present two easy-to-follow versions of each recipe.
"The Intimate Vegetarian" features recipes that are as creative and delicious as they are healthy and nutritious. From simple and quick to elegant and elaborate, from hearty American fare to spicy Mexican dishes, this is a multi-national collection of dips, snacks, soups, breads, salads, sandwiches, rice dishes, drinks, pastas, and polenta, main courses, grilled dishes, sauces, and even richly decadent desserts, all created by Nancy Mair to satisfy the appetite and delight the adventuresome palate.
No wasted food & no leftovers
Every flavoring, spice, quantity, and cooking time is presented in exactly the right proportion so any recipe can be prepared perfectly whether you're making it for yourself of cooking for two. Bringing more than twenty years of vegetarian cooking and catering experience to the creation of "The Intimate Vegetarian, "Nancy Mair also offers her personal tips on buying and storing foods. She gives pointers on how to work around common diet restrictions and tells you how to stock your pantry so you can improvise flavorful meals in a hurry.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Renaissance Books, 2001.
ISBN: 9781580631679
Characteristics: 366 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.


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