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Vegetarian with no pretense,
This review is from: Savory Way (Paperback)
The recipes in this book make no reference to nut loaf, vegetarian sausages or any sort of faux meat products like soy mince, for which I am profoundly grateful. Not myself a vegetarian, I see no reason why veggies should pretend to eat meat.
These recipes are really interesting ways of cooking whole meals, from bread to pudding. The dishes are satisfying, tasty and unusual (the white bean and potato soup is surprisingly good.) No one, even an omnivore like me, will miss animal products in the recipes. The true tastes of vegetables are brought out and combined.
The recipes are, at least in my copy, set out with US measurements, and some of the ingredients are given American names, but don't let that deter you. Put this book with the best of your cookery volumes.