This book is for both vegetarians and meat eaters.
-People who want to eat a few meatless main meals each week.
-Those who have decided to eat 'all vegetarian' but do not know how to go about it.
-Parents whose children decide to 'eat vegetarian'.
-Entertainers expecting vegetarian guests.
I got this book years ago when I was a veggie student. It has great recipes which are filling, tasty and nutritious. Nearly every single recipe is great, and I have tried about 95% of them, they are so good!
The book is split into sections:
Important Information - Soups - Starters & Snacks - Beans & Lentils - Potato Main Courses - Pasta Based Meals - Vegetable Main Courses - Burgers - Pies & Pastry - Eggs & Cheese - Tofu Dishes - Rice & Grains - Vegetables & Salads - Sauces & Dressings - Bread & Baking - Favourite Desserts - Breakfast Treats - Drinks - Tomatoes - Bean Basics - Eating for Health & Happiness - Convenience Foods - One Cup Equivalents - Glossary - Index
It is an American recipe cookbook (so look out for eggplant zucchini and kumara) but there are hardly any ingredients that you could not source from a supermarket (have still to find tinned asparagus tips), and although the recipes are in cups, there is a very handy cup equivalent list at the back. So handy indeed that I use it for a lot of other American recipes! Love this book, it's the best recipe book I've ever had!