Meatless Meals for Working People Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes

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Meatless Meals for Working People Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes

This book shows you how to be a vegetarian within your hectic schedule and features 100 quick and easy recipes, convenient frozen food ideas, and a chapter on what you can eat at fast food chains. It also includes a vegetarian spice chart, a vegan meal plan, and seasonal party ideas.

Fast meals include Rigatoni Combination and Easy Tostadas. Lunch ideas feature Mock Tuna Salad, Rice Burgers, and Corn Fritters. For dessert try Coconut Clusters, Rice Pudding, Fresh Fruit Salad with Peanut

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Finding plenty of healthy vegetarian dinner recipes that are quick and simple yet also delicious can be hard work, especially when trying to impress a meat-eating spouse or picky kids. Besides, when attempting to balance budgets, careers, and family life, cooking and searching for adequate recipes is not often first priority. Included in this book are 21 mouth-watering dinner dishes that will impress any critic. Not only are these vegetarian recipes delicious, but they are also fairly quick to p

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  1. AineMama says:
    35 of 35 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    veg cooking for those who don’t like to cook!, December 27, 2002
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    AineMama (Texas) –

    I LOVE this cookbook–it’s the only one I have which is truly easy and brainless. (i.e, “throw these six things into the pot, and cook at med. heat for 20 min.”) I became veg as a pre-teen, with a mother who hated to cook, so I never learned how to cook ANYTHING! Now, trying to go vegan, I need to know how to make healthy food for my husband, toddler and baby too! This book is awesome for people like me who don’t know how to cook and don’t have a lot of time to learn. If, however, you know how to cook/like to cook, you’d probably be better off with something more fancy. This IS, however, a GREAT starting-out, “idea book”.

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  2. Jen "cook this" says:
    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful:
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    Nice and Easy, February 5, 2001
    By A Customer

    I think that this book (reviewing 1991 version) is well worththe money. It’s not costly yet it provides a nice overview of the vegetarian lifestyle and the recipes are varied and easy to make. I thought that the variety of dishes was excellent. I would have liked to see a low-fat section of recipes but most of the recipes are easy to make and taste good. I think that the menu selection is quite thorough and there are lots of good ideas for breakfast and also for entertaining.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    28 of 31 people found the following review helpful:
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    The worst cookbook I’ve used, February 26, 2006
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    Jen “cook this” (Seattle, WA) –

    I’ve been a vegetarian for 10 years, and I think this cookbook is just awful. Example: Zucchini Bake ingredients are zucchini, vegan cheese, tomato sauce. Personally, I like food with flavor.

    Also, the entire first half of the book is a list of restaurants and which of their ingredients are veggie. I felt robbed when I bought this used. Don’t waste your money on this book.

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