Meet the latest addition to New York Times best-selling author Tosca Reno’s phenomenally successful Eat-Clean Diet® series. With The Eat-Clean Diet Vegetarian Cookbook, Tosca shows that you don’t need meat to Eat Clean! This collection of 150 delicious and doable recipes has something to satisfy all your meat-free and Eat-Clean needs. Presented in the inspiring format you’ve come to expect from Tosca, this book will keep you looking and feeling your best!
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A new cookbook by the pioneer of delicious gluten-free food offers mouthwatering vegetarian recipes for gluten-free eaters.
Whether it’s because of food allergies, celiac disease, or dietary preferences, more and more people want to eliminate gluten from their diet. Many are looking for hearty, flavor-packed vegetarian and vegan options to increase their energy and make healthy choices for their families and the environment. At last, Carol Fenster-one of the country’s foremost experts on special diets and an author of several popular gluten-free cookbooks-answers the call of a growing market of at-home cooks.
In 125 Vegetarian Gluten-Free Recipes, Fenster applies her proven kitchen prowess to creating quick-and-easy vegetarian recipes that are sensational and healthful. From snacks and appetizers like Baked Kale Chips, to filling dinners like Chili Cornbread Casserole and Eggplant Parmesan Stacks, to decadent desserts like All-American Cherry Pie and Chocolate Brownies, 125 Vegetarian Gluten-Free Recipes is the perfect addition to any gluten-free kitchen.
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Clean Eating magazine helps improve readers’ lives one meal at a time by providing a wholesome variety or delicious, low-fat, seasonal, local, budget-friendly, quick and easily made recipes that can be shared with family and friends. The editors of Clean Eating have chosen their top 200 recipes to be included in their first-ever cookbook. Bonus! 20 new recipes!
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The Things Mother Used To Make consist of old fashioned recipes, which have been for
the most part handed down by word of mouth from one generation to another, extending
over a period of nearly one hundred years. The author, a New England woman, has during
her life tested out in her own kitchen the greater part of these recipes, which represent the
best cookery of those times.
This material was originally published in Suburban Life, where it obtained such
recognition as seemed to warrant its preservation in book form. The original material
accordingly been amplified, and it is here presented as one of the volumes in the series of
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