Home Cooking and Diets

Eat More Vegetables (Try It!)


English | 15 Jan. 2016 | ISBN: 0241248264 | PDF | 192 Pages | 37.8 MB

Make vegetables the star attraction and prove that you don't need meat to make a meal with Try It! Eat More Vegetables.

Introduce more variety into your diet, reduce the amount of meat you eat, find new uses and flavour combinations of your favourite vegetables and cook delicious meals for your family and friends. Informative step-by-step techniques show how to prepare and cook a variety of vegetables, such as artichoke hearts, beetroot and avocados, and feature tips on cooking methods and flavour combinations.

There's more to vegetarian food than lentils, and with this fresh, exciting approach, Try It! Eat More Vegetables aims to banish limp lettuce from your refrigerator forever and expand your options like never before.


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