Vegetarian Cooking Hardcover – 31 Dec 1998
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Also recommended: "Recipes and Remembrances from an Eastern Mediterranean Kitchen", by Sonia Uvezian. If you are fond of Mediterranean food (as I am), you will find this book a revelation. It is filled with extraordinary vegetarian recipes, many of them not available elsewhere.
My only dissappointment in Madison was the dessert section which, apon reading, didn't make my mouth water. However, I must confess that I have yet to make even one of her desserts and the literature might not do the final product justice.
If for some strange and unimaginable reason I had to toss all of my cookbooks but one, it would be a toss up between Vegitarian Cooking For Everyone and the Escoffier cook book both of which I find indespensible.
I highly reccomend this book to herbavores and carnivores alike.
The vegetarian diet, although usually perceived as willing decision of particular person, is often motivated by health reasons, prevention or necessary need. And I some time ago found myself in a similar situation when I literally overnight had to change my life, especially food I eat which has previously been dominated by meat, especially fried. So I was forced to seek help on Internet and diet books on this topic which are widespread in the market, not always the best quality. But very quickly someone mentioned one particular good book - Deborah Madison’s ‘Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone’ that although released almost 20 years ago is still an endless source of great tips and recipes in which ever since I enjoy.
So when I heard that a new release is coming out that immediately attracted my attention - what I've seen so far, this is definitely a book that is worth the purchase if you have previously used the old edition, and especially if you've never had the pleasure to own this great book.
All the original material is still inside, while the book was expanded with the additional 200 recipes, but equally important, both for old and new recipes the way they are showed is changed what make recipes now presented in 2 columns more convenient to read.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been using this book for years now and it's made me the veggie chef I am today. Covers absolutely everything including how to prepare veg as well as which herbs and spices go... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Dame Esposas
I couldn't be happier with this book. I put off buying it for a long time - after all, just how many all-round vegetarian cookbooks does one person need? Read morePublished on 9 May 2011 by Veggie Delicious
I have Deborah Madison's The Greens Cookbook which I have used extensively over the years. This book is even more comprehensive and excellent for not only main vegetarian meals... Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2011 by L. Perkinson
I definitely recommend this book not just to vegetarians (actually, I'm not veg my self!). I tried some of the recipes and they are all very very good and simple, too! Read morePublished on 19 Oct. 2009 by Trixi
This is a great book. Being a vegetarian there aren't many cook books that cater to my eating needs. Read morePublished on 20 Jun. 1999
Buy this book!! As a fan of vegetarian cookbooks, (Laurel's Kitchen, Mooswood, and the like) this one ranks way up there. Great selection of recipies both complex and simple. Read morePublished on 19 May 1999