Vegetarian Cooking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America

A new edition in the “At Home” series featuring hundreds of delicious vegetarian recipes from the kitchens of the CIA Whether for environmental, political, or health reasons, millions of Americans now follow a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. But giving up meat doesn’t mean having to give up delicious eating. Vegetarian Cooking at Home with The

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A new edition in the “At Home” series featuring hundreds of delicious vegetarian recipes from the kitchens of the CIA

Whether for environmental, political, or health reasons, millions of Americans now follow a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. But giving up meat doesn’t mean having to give up delicious eating. Vegetarian Cooking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America provides 200 delicious meat-free recipes of the quality and sophistication that the CIA is known for.

You’ll find everything you need here to create incredibly flavorful vegetarian meals, including starters and sides; soups, salads, and sandwiches; breads and baked goods; grain, pasta, and noodle dishes; and main dishes featuring beans, eggs, and meat substitutes. Features information on health and nutrition, seasonality, and essential ingredients and equipment in addition to 200 delicious recipes Recipes throughout are accompanied by line drawings and gorgeous full-color photography A new edition in the series that includes Artisan Breads at Home with The Culinary Institute of America and Italian Cooking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America

Drawing on the expertise of the CIA’s professional cooking programs, Vegetarian Cooking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America is a must for anyone who wants to learn to cook satisfying and sophisticated meat-free meals at home.

Comments

TMH says:

only cookbook you will need Over the past two years I have read, researched and purchased many cookbooks both vegan and vegetarian. I had checked this book out of the library, but I liked it so much, I purchased it. It is well organized, recipes are such that the ingredients are on the left, and directions in the body of the page. Other than an introduction and glossary, it is ALL recipes. The colorful pictures add to the appeal. I am vegan and the recipes that have dairy or eggs are easily modified. This is one book…

debra moegelin says:

at home with the culinary institue of america vegetarian cooking I have been looking at several vegetarian cookbooks over the last few months and have not found quite what I was looking for. I came across this book at my local library and was pleasantly surprised. It has answered to quite a few questions I had about vegetarian cooking and ingredients used by vegetarians. It has a wonderful layout with easy to follow directions, the photos are great.

Epicure says:

Even my carnivores love the recipes! I’ve taken many courses at the Institute and have learned great techniques for making palatable vegetarian dishes. I bought this book for the Tempeh and egg recipes and my two meat eaters love them. I’m still working my way through the book, but after making half of them, I can say there has not been a dud in the bunch. Easy to follow, with recipes that are both flavorful and healthful–what more can you ask for in a cookbook?

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