EatingWell Vegetables by The Editors of EatingWell
The Essential Reference

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The reference book that combines vegetable love with authoritative knowledge; everything a cook needs to know to buy, store, cook, and enjoy vegetables at their peak

EatingWell magazine is well known as a beacon of knowledge and reliability, helping people create a healthy lifestyle in and out of the kitchen—as well as making that lifestyle enjoyable and attainable. EatingWell Vegetables guides both vegetable lovers and novices through the world of produce, including must-know basics, shopping notes, growing advice, and cooking tips on 100 common and less common vegetables, from arugula to yucca.  Organized alphabetically by vegetable, the book includes information on seasonality and the health benefits of each vegetable, as well as more than 250 recipes with complete nutrition analysis, all tested by the EatingWell Test Kitchen. Each chapter gives core information on preparation, such as how to roast, steam, or sauté each vegetable perfectly. With 200 beautiful color photos of just-picked vegetables, delicious finished dishes, and step-by-step techniques, the book is a guide to the beauty, versatility, and delightful variety of vegetables.   
 

About The Editors of EatingWell

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Jessie Price grew up in a family full of great cooks and food fanatics. After graduating from Williams College, she cooked in restaurants in California and Colorado, including the Relais and Chateaux Home Ranch near Steamboat Springs. She started out testing and developing recipes for EatingWell and joined the editorial team full-time in 2004 when she moved from San Francisco. Jessie directs the food content for EatingWell Magazine and has worked on several EatingWell books including EatingWell Comfort Foods Made Healthy, EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry, EatingWell Serves Two, EatingWell 500-Calorie Dinners, The EatingWell Diet, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart, EatingWell on a Budget, The Simple Art of EatingWell and EatingWell One-Pot Meals. She lives in Charlotte, Vermont.
 
Published June 14, 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 516 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Cooking. Non-fiction
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