How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food by Mark Bittman

How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food

The ultimate one-stop vegetarian cookbook-from the author of the classic How to Cook EverythingHailed as "a more hip Joy of Cooking" by the Washington Post, Mark Bittman's award-winning book How to Cook Everything has become the bible for a new generation of home cooks, and the series has more than 1 million copies in print. Now, with How to Cook Everything: Vegetarian, Bi...

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How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food Reviews

  • Kristine
    You don't have to be a vegetarian to love this book. Plenty of omnivores have given this book rave reviews. I've been cooking from this book for my blog, www.theglobalkitchen.blogspot.com and everything I have made has been fabulous. I love that Bittman gives a lot of variations and twist to his rec...
  • Jeanette
    This is an amazingly comprehensive book! My two favorite things about it are: 1)The TRUE simplicity of many of the recipes. Just a handful of ingredients you have on hand and can throw together for something healthy and tasty.2) Many of the recipes can easily be converted to vegan. He even gives var...
  • Inder
    This a great basic cookbook! My only issue is whether I need this giant tome in ADDITION to Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. There's a lot of overlap, and the answer is probably no. I prefer Deborah Madison's format and style slightly, but the books are similar in many ways. The cl...
  • Anna Wanderer
    This is one of the most useful cookbooks on my shelf. I use it several times a week and have not yet made anything that I didn't like. It has helped me try new foods with confidence....
  • Steven Peterson
    This is an interesting cookbook. Mark Bittman, who has created other cookbooks, takes a shot at a vegetarian cookbook. One nice wrinkle--he shows Vegans how they can adapt some of these recipes to their needs. He begins by noting that (Page ix) "Increasingly, Americans are becoming `flexitarians,' a...
  • ·Karen·
    Everything? EVERYTHING!No luscious photographs, but useful illustrations of techniques. This is a reference work that assumes (quite rightly in our case) that you are prepared to make that little bit of effort and make your own tortellini, wonton skins, kombu dashi, chapatis - ooh and a recipe for d...
  • Carol
    If I had to choose one vegetarian book to own or to give someone thinking about starting a vegetarian lifestyle, this would be it.The title says it all! ...
  • Allison
    BEST. COOKBOOK. EVER. I could get rid of every other cookbook I have. I've had this one for ten years and refer to it often. I rarely pull out any of the other cookbooks I have. This guy is simple, honest, casual and creative. No crazy ingredients you can't find, no recipes that tie you to the kitch...
  • Hafsa Sabira
    The problem with reading cook books is that you can't really claim that you have read this until you have tried out a few recipes.Now I haven't gone through the whole book but I did go through the detailed introduction about the basic cooking methods,techniques etc. I will try a few recipes though,m...

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