365 vegetarian recipes to fit the time you have available. Cook the 10-, 20- or 30- minute version and you'll have delicious results every time - whichever recipe version you use. This versatile collection of 365 recipes is perfect for the busy cook. In this innovative book, you can dial the basic recipe up or down to suit the amount of time you have. Just choose the version that suits you. If you are pressed for time, then the 10-minute option gives you clever short cuts. A few more minutes to spare? Using the 20-minute version, your meal will be on the table in 20 minutes or fewer. Have the time to spend a little longer to add something special? The 30-minute variation is the one you need. Whether you are cooking for hungry kids or feeding a crowd for dinner, the Quick Cook series puts you in the driving seat with a fantastically flexible approach that allows you to cook just what you want, in exactly the time you have available.
Perfect for college students who want a healthy lifestyle but don’t have much time or money, this vegetarian cookbook is full of 300 quick, easy, and budget-friendly recipes, along with tips and a glossary of cooking terms for a beginner chef. Finding time to eat a healthy meal can be difficult for any college student, but for those following a vegetarian diet, the limited fare in campus dining halls can make it nearly impossible. The Quick and Easy Vegetarian College Cookbook can help you create delicious and healthy vegetarian recipes that cost less than takeout and are ready before a deliveryman could arrive. In this cookbook, you will find 300 recipes that range from healthy breakfasts to study-session snacks perfect for all-nighters—without the need for a fully equipped kitchen. With the help of a glossary of cooking terms and checklists of essential kitchen and pantry staples, novice chefs can whip up new favorites like Scrambled Egg Burritos, Quick Pasta Pesto, and Mini Goat Cheese Pizza in no time!
Forget fast food. Forget the dining hall. In this cookbook, you'll find 300 great-tasting, good-for-you recipes designed to help you eat well in and out of the dorm. Peanut butter banana breakfast wraps Toasted cheese and turkey sandwiches Apricot rice Asian chicken salad Fresh tomato with angel hair pasta Mango citrus salsa Triple chocolate cupcakes Chock full of money-saving tips, cooking techniques, and culinary shortcuts, this all-in-one cookbook is all you need to eat well on a budget. With full nutritional breakdowns as well as a wide range of low-fat, vegetarian, and vegan offerings, this college-proof collection of mouthwatering recipes gives you the tasty nutritional boost you need, even when you're stressed out and sleep deprived. So put down that take-out menu and prepare to eat well--on the cheap!
To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
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