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How to Cook Everything Vegetarian by Mark Bittman
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Jul 01, 08

Read in June, 2008

OK, I didn't exactly 'read' this - as it's a cookbook, I basically scoured it for ideas, recipes, and solutions. Still, it's such a massive tome (900+ pages), that I had to renew it from the library to allow myself time to really spend quality time with it.

They cover the waterfront with this one - every conceivable dish and method. My only complaint, and it is an admittedly petty one - is that I like cookbooks with pictures. When it comes to cooking, I kinda like to see what it might look like when I'm done - or what it should've looked like, rather.

Still, lots of good info here. The book is vegetarian, not vegan, so items like cheese and eggs recur throughout the book. Not a problem for me, because asking me to go without cheese is like asking Amy Winehouse to forgo the bourbon.

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