Vegetarian Times Cooks Mediterranean by Vegetarian Times
More Than 250 Recipes For Pizzas, Pastas, Grains, Beans, Salads, And More

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The newest cookbook from the most authoritative name in vegetarian cooking.

When the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal needs an expert opinion on the vegetarian lifestyle, who do they call? The editors at Vegetarian Times magazine. With more than 25 million Americans (about 12.5 percent of the population) now calling themselves vegetarians, the demand for exciting new cookbooks on the subject has never been stronger.

The editors at Vegetarian Times have long been advocates of the Mediterranean diet, rich in healthy vegetables, grains, beans, and olive oil. It doesn't hurt that Mediterranean food tastes so great, too, including dishes like pasta, pizza, frittatas, polenta, main-dish salads, paella, and rich soups and stews. Now, for the first time, comes a collection of the very best Mediterranean-style recipes from the pages of this popular magazine. With more than 250 recipes in all, Vegetarian Times Cooks Mediterranean is a cookbook that vegetarians can turn to night after night for wonderful recipes. In fact, these recipes are so good, even nonvegetarians will be impressed, which makes cooking dinner easy--even if there is only one vegetarian in the family! This is one cookbook that all vegetarians need to have on the bookshelf.When the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal needs an expert opinion on the vegetarian lifestyle, who do they call? The editors at Vegetarian Times magazine. With more than 25 million Americans (about 12.5 percent of the population) now calling themselves vegetarians, the demand for exciting new cookbooks on the subject has never been stronger.

The editors at Vegetarian Times have long been advocates of the Mediterranean diet, rich in healthy vegetables, grains, beans, and olive oil. It doesn't hurt that Mediterranean food tastes so great, too, including dishes like pasta, pizza, frittatas, polenta, main-dish salads, paella, and rich soups and stews. Now, for the first time, comes a collection of the very best Mediterranean-style recipes from the pages of this popular magazine. With more than 250 recipes in all, Vegetarian Times Cooks Mediterranean is a cookbook that vegetarians can turn to night after night for wonderful recipes. In fact, these recipes are so good, even nonvegetarians will be impressed, which makes cooking dinner easy--even if there is only one vegetarian in the family! This is one cookbook that all vegetarians need to have on the bookshelf.When the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal needs an expert opinion on the vegetarian lifestyle, who do they call? The editors at Vegetarian Times magazine. With more than 25 million Americans (about 12.5 percent of the population) now calling themselves vegetarians, the demand for exciting new cookbooks on the subject has never been stronger.

The editors at Vegetarian Times have long been advocates of the Mediterranean diet, rich in healthy vegetables, grains, beans, and olive oil. It doesn't hurt that Mediterranean food tastes so great, too, including dishes like pasta, pizza, frittatas, polenta, main-dish salads, paella, and rich soups and stews. Now, for the first time, comes a collection of the very best Mediterranean-style recipes from the pages of this popular magazine. With more than 250 recipes in all, Vegetarian Times Cooks Mediterranean is a cookbook that vegetarians can turn to night after night for wonderful recipes. In fact, these recipes are so good, even nonvegetarians will be impressed, which makes cooking dinner easy--even if there is only one vegetarian in the family! This is one cookbook that all vegetarians need to have on the bookshelf.

 

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Vegetarian Times magazine, hailed as "the bibleof vegetarianism" by Newsweek, was founded in 1974 andhas more than a million readers worldwide. Other Vegetarian Times cookbooks include Vegetarian Times Low-Fat and Fast, Vegetarian Times Vegetarian Beginner's Guide, and the Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook.
 
Published December 22, 1999 by William Morrow Cookbooks. 352 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Cooking. Non-fiction

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With simplicity in mind, the editors of the Vegetarian Times (Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook, etc.) make the most of the heralded low-fat, plant-based cuisine of the Mediterranean, including d

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Introductory chapters explain differences between ovo-lacto vegetarians, lacto vegetarians and vegans, and tout the animal-free diet as healthy (most recipes derive only 20 to 25 percent of their calories from fat) and environmentally sensible (feeding a meat-eater requires 3.25 acres a year;

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With simplicity in mind, the editors of the Vegetarian Times (Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook, etc.) make the most of the heralded low-fat, ""plant-based cuisine"" of the Mediterranean, including dishes from Turkey (Turkish Fennel Salad), Morocco (Moroccan Eggplant Salad), Israel and Lebanon.

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