The Decadent Vegetable Cookbook

Over 100 Satisfying Meatless Recipes Cider Mill Press ... other photos used under official license from Shutterstock. Printed in China 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 First Edition THE DECADENT VEGETABLE COOKBOOK Over 150 Satisfying Meatless Recipes.

The Decadent Vegetable Cookbook

With over 200 vegetarian recipes to choose from, you’ll say yes to cruelty-free eating. Learn how to turn farm-fresh and seasonal vegetables into soups, stews, breakfasts, and even burgers year-round with handy instructions for canning, storing, and of course, serving. From profiles for each vegetable to tips and tricks on how to keep your greens greener, this is the must-have cookbook for any vegetarian or vegan. This is the perfect cookbook for anyone with dietary restrictions, with recipes that are gluten-free to low-carb, keto-friendly options and everything in-between. With recipes organized by flavor, ingredient, and more, you’re sure to find your favorite in no time.

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