Cook without a Book: Meatless Meals: Recipes and Techniques for Part-Time and Full-Time Vegetarians
There are a great deal of convincing motivations to eat less meat nowadays, however the move to an absolutely or even incompletely vegan way of life is actually quite difficult for some hamburger, poultry, and fish sweethearts. In Cook without a Book: Meatless Meals, smash hit writer Pam Anderson urges perusers to eat sans meat daily or two every week and makes it simple to do as such with plans for straightforward, fun veggie lover and vegetarian dinners that are produced using available, healthy fixings. To help perusers prep their kitchens for meatless cooking, she incorporates tips and methods for loading the wash room and cooler. Rather than introducing muddled, firm plans, she spreads out outlines with fixing choices for everything from healthy morning meals and fun servings of mixed greens and sandwiches to fulfilling principle courses—so perusers can make a compensating dish precisely to their own preferences.
Beautiful, far reaching, and ideal for guardians, overseers, and singles and couples the same, Cook without a Book: Meatless Meals will show every single hopeful vegan that eating a bit (or significantly) less meat can be basic, solid, and absolutely scrumptious.
About the Author
Pam Anderson considers herself Every Cook. A New York Times bestselling author, she has been cooking nearly everyday for over 30 years. With six published books and her seventh out this fall, she brings satisfying recipes and sage advice to both novice and veteran cooks. Whether you're on a quest for the perfect brownie, wanting to get dinner on the table effortlessly, hoping to entertain more simply, attempting to shed pounds permanently, or looking to eat delicious meatless, Pam can help. AARP's official food expert, she is a food columnist for USA Weekend and Runner's World magazines. Pam is former Executive Editor of Cook's Illustrated magazine. Her food articles have appeared in many food magazines. She teaches cooking classes across the country and appears frequently on TV and radio.
A friend recommended this book after learning about it at a vegetarian festival. She liked it so much she bought a copy. I borrowed a copy from a library and tried some of the recipes - excellent! After keeping the library copy for the absolute limit, I ordered my own copy from Amazon. The author explains basic recipes and techniques, which are very useful, and her step-by-step recipes are a breeze to follow. Every recipe I've made has been a hit - yum! The photos and book design are extremely appealing, too. This is a great resource for healthy and appetizing meatless meals.-Kay
This has become my go-to cookbook when I don't know what to cook. It has so many recipes you can make relatively quickly, and bend and tweak to match whatever ingredients are around the house. Great if dinner needs to be ready in an hour and you don't have a clue what to make! -Johanna
I have owned this book since last summer when I was overwhelmed by our CSA box and trying to figure out how we could possibly eat so many produce items. We are not vegetarian but I strive for about half of our meals to be meatless, for our own health and the health of the environment. I love this cookbook! I disagree with the reviewer who said it is "not for the experienced cook." I have been cooking for about 25 years and I found lots of great recipes and ideas. No, it is not fancy frou-frou stuff, but I love the flexibility of being able to swap out this for that and make adaptations based upon what I have on hand. I have not yet made a recipe that we did not like. I also like that there are only a few recipes with tofu/tempeh/etc. My son can't have soy and I don't like it anyway. I found almost all the recipes to be kid-friendly for my 7 and 3 year old. -Amber