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Good Veg: Ebullient Vegetables, Global Flavors?DA Modern Vegetarian Cookbook


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ASIN: B01L83TS8W, ISBN: 1615192867 | 2017 | AZW3 | 336 Pages | 11 MB

For years, chef and cookbook author Alice Hart has been crafting-and sharing-"recipes for giving pleasure." Now, Good Veg showcases ebullient vegetables, fruits, and grains-in inventive, reliable dishes to sustain you (and family and friends) all day, through every season. Hart's food surprises and thrills through contrasts (think crisp and soft, sweet and sour, chile heat and refreshing herb):

Roasted Carrot Soup with Flatbread Ribbons
Chickpea Crepes with Wild Garlic
Brown Rice Bibimbap Bowls with Smoky Peppers
Toasted Marzipan Ice Cream

Plus, her thoughtfully organized chapters help you find just the right dish:
Mornings Grazing Quick Thrifty Gatherings Grains Raw-ish Afters Pantry

"The time is right for a book packed to the rafters with ideas and a rainbow of colors, so you never need wonder what to cook for any occasion."-Alice Hart
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