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Vegetarian Cooking Around The World : Revised And Expanded To Include New Low-fat Recipes (2002)

Call Number J/641.5636/VEGETARIAN

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Kids' NonfictionJ/641.5636/VEGETARIANAvailable
Published: Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co., 2002
Series: Easy menu ethnic cookbooks.
Description:  72 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0822541300 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper), 0822505142 (pbk. : alk. paper),
Language:  English

Includes recipes for meatless soups, salads, main dishes, and side dishes, expanded material on healthy and low-fat cooking and vegetarian nutrition, and an expanded cultural section on holidays and festivals

Introduction: Vegetarianism around the world -- Vegetarian nutrition -- Holidays and festivals -- Planning the menu -- Before you begin: Careful cook -- Cooking utensil -- Cooking terms -- Special ingredients -- Healthy and low-fat cooking tips -- Metric conversions chart -- International table: Vegetarian menu -- Breads and staples: Unleavened whole wheat bread -- Rye bread -- Rice -- Main dishes: Stuffed tomatoes with feta cheese -- Bulgur salad -- Creamy pumpkin soup -- Potato-and-leek soup -- Groundnut sauce -- Yogurt and bananas -- Spanish omelette -- Grilled veggies on skewers -- Pizza -- Sweet potatoes with peanuts -- Steamed tofu -- Curried chickpeas -- Brown fava beans -- Desserts: Mango with cinnamon -- Butter cookies -- Crepes with strawberries -- Holiday and festival food: New Year's noodles -- Passover matzo layer cake -- Burschetta -- Christmas Eve broscht -- Index Related Searches:
Vegetarian cooking.
International cooking.

Additional Credits:
Behnke, Alison.

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