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Book Review: Vegetarian Everyday

Vegetarian Everyday

by David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl. Published by Rizzoli, 2013.

Looking for a cookbook that’s healthy, inspiring, and incredibly usable? Written by parents who blog, this book is exactly what is says on the cover. Everyday recipes that you can rely on to work after a busy day, for yourself and your children.

What’s so great about this beautifully-photographed book isn’t the clarity of the language, or the modern feel of the photos and binding (although these elements are infinitely pleasing!). No, what’s important about this book is the simplicity.

It’s simple to use. The ingredients are simple. The flavors are simple. The design is simple.

It’s a simple book that gives cooks without any experience the tools they need to be vegetarian everyday.

Staple vegetarian foods like nut milk, soup stock, and beansprouts are simply explained.

Family dinners are there too, as are everyday recipes for breakfast and lunch. A few fancier recipes are there for treats and desserts, but at the root of this book is its everyday-ness.

An instant classic your vegetarian family will turn to… everyday.

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