Book Size: 7" x 10"

Pages: 256

Format: Hardback & Paperback

ISBN: 9781566568340 HB
ISBN: 9781566568340v PB

Imprint: Interlink Books

Edition: 1

Illustrations: full-color througout

Release date: 01/10/10

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One World Vegetarian Cookbook

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Paperback $ 25.00 | Hardback $ 35.00

“Both vegetarians and those simply looking for a way to incorporate more vegetables into their diet will delight in this treasure of a book.” – Publishers Weekly

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About this book

An information-packed gastronomic tour of the world and the ultimate resource for global vegetarian recipes.

One World Vegetarian Cookbook starts in your backyard- buying produce at your local farmers' market or perhaps growing your own vegetables and herbs- then reaches around the world to bring the diversity and delight of vegetarian dishes into your kitchen. Whether you have only a window box with some herbs, a small garden behind the house, or other space to grow things, this book is the seed that connects creative home-cooking to the traditional recipes that travel the globe and blend with local culture.

With an emphasis on simplicity and versatility, One World Vegetarian Cookbook makes it easy to create dishes such as Bean bredie from South Africa, barley risotto from Italy, Nepalese lentil curry, or lemongrass-scented Thai soup. All you need to do is stock up your spice rack and take your taste buds travelling.

- Over 200 easy-to-cook vegetarian dishes

- Clear, step-by-step cooking method

- Personal recipes from around the world

-  Full-color photographs throughout

- Food facts and a glossary of foods.

The culture, history, beautiful photography, and delicious recipes make this a truly wonderful cookbook.

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About the author

Troth Wells is the author of a number of cookbooks, most recently the best-selling One World Vegetarian Cookbook and Global Vegetarian Cooking, also published by Interlink.

Reviews

“Wells (The Spices of Life and Global Vegetarian Cooking) provides a wide array of appealing and tantalizing vegetarian offerings from all over the globe. From Tanzania’s corn-on-the-cob in coconut milk and Greek cheese pies to the Middle East’s hummus with several variations and the Sudan’s falafel, Wells offers up flavorful and distinctive recipes, most of which are vegan or vegan-adaptable. Main dishes include baked sweet potato casserole from Canada, and creamy mixed vegetable curry from India, among a wealth of others. She also includes appetizing side dishes, sauces, and salads, such as crunchy garlicky potatoes, fiery spinach with chilies, and lentil salad with feta cheese and vegetables. Most recipes are accompanied by luscious full-color photos that serve to whet the appetite as well as demystify dishes for the uninitiated. Ethnic desserts are given their fair due in a wonderful chapter that includes West Africa’s banana cake and South Korea’s cinnamon buns. Recipes are clear-cut and fairly simple, use mostly easily found ingredients, and do not require a huge amount of time to prepare. Both vegetarians and those simply looking for a way to incorporate more vegetables into their diet will delight in this treasure of a book.” – Publishers Weekly

“Easy… Food writer Troth Wells traveled the world to research her beautifully photographed and intuitively organized collections of recipes, ‘The Spices of Life’ and ‘Global Vegetarian Cooking’. Wells challenges the American palate with familiar spices in new and unusual ways….Wells shows how different spices can be used to jazz up even the most common vegetarian ingredients.” – Associated Press

“One World Vegetarian Cookbook is a gorgeous collection of 120 easy to prepare vegetarian recipes that are both nourishing and sustainable. Presenting a focus on using, buying or growing ‘green,’ organic vegetables that are as free of contaminants as possible, One World Vegetarian Cookbook delivers a life-enhancing message in the form of promoting caring, responsible vegetarian and vegan cooking. Needless to say, it is cuisine that is fresh, appetizing, and zesty, with international influences… All sections are vividly enriched by color photographs of mouth-watering foods… Complete with informative sidebars, a vision of compassion for all living creatures, and an international offering of vegetarian feasts, One World Vegetarian Cookbook is a culinary indulgence whose time is now.” -The Midwest Book Review

“One World Vegetarian Cookbook by Troth Wells was love at first sight for this traveling vegetarian. Recipes from this cookbook travel the world in flavors and bring adventure right into your kitchen… Anyone who appreciates vegetarian flavors from around the world would love these recipes… I give the book an A .” -The Christian Science Monitor

Additional information

Author

Wells, Troth

Edition

1

Inprint

Interlink Books

Pages

256

Illustrations

full-color througout

Release date

01/10/10

Author Home

UK

Format

7" x 10"

Reviews

"Wells (The Spices of Life and Global Vegetarian Cooking) provides a wide array of appealing and tantalizing vegetarian offerings from all over the globe. From Tanzania's corn-on-the-cob in coconut milk and Greek cheese pies to the Middle East's hummus with several variations and the Sudan's falafel , Wells offers up flavorful and distinctive recipes , most of which are vegan or vegan-adaptable. Main dishes include baked sweet potato casserole from Canada , and creamy mixed vegetable curry from India , among a wealth of others. She also includes appetizing side dishes , sauces , and salads , such as crunchy garlicky potatoes , fiery spinach with chilies , and lentil salad with feta cheese and vegetables. Most recipes are accompanied by luscious full-color photos that serve to whet the appetite as well as demystify dishes for the uninitiated. Ethnic desserts are given their fair due in a wonderful chapter that includes West Africa's banana cake and South Korea's cinnamon buns. Recipes are clear-cut and fairly simple , use mostly easily found ingredients , and do not require a huge amount of time to prepare. Both vegetarians and those simply looking for a way to incorporate more vegetables into their diet will delight in this treasure of a book." – Publishers Weekly "å¢ "Easy… Food writer Troth Wells traveled the world to research her beautifully photographed and intuitively organized collections of recipes , 'The Spices of Life' and 'Global Vegetarian Cooking'. Wells challenges the American palate with familiar spices in new and unusual ways….Wells shows how different spices can be used to jazz up even the most common vegetarian ingredients." – Associated Press "å¢ "One World Vegetarian Cookbook is a gorgeous collection of 120 easy to prepare vegetarian recipes that are both nourishing and sustainable. Presenting a focus on using , buying or growing 'green , ' organic vegetables that are as free of contaminants as possible , One World Vegetarian Cookbook delivers a life-enhancing message in the form of promoting caring , responsible vegetarian and vegan cooking. Needless to say , it is cuisine that is fresh , appetizing , and zesty , with international influences… All sections are vividly enriched by color photographs of mouth-watering foods… Complete with informative sidebars , a vision of compassion for all living creatures , and an international offering of vegetarian feasts , One World Vegetarian Cookbook is a culinary indulgence whose time is now." -The Midwest Book Review "å¢ "One World Vegetarian Cookbook by Troth Wells was love at first sight for this traveling vegetarian. Recipes from this cookbook travel the world in flavors and bring adventure right into your kitchen… Anyone who appreciates vegetarian flavors from around the world would love these recipes… I give the book an A ." -The Christian Science Monitor

MainReview

"Wells (The Spices of Life and Global Vegetarian Cooking) provides a wide array of appealing and tantalizing vegetarian offerings from all over the globe. From Tanzania's corn-on-the-cob in coconut milk and Greek cheese pies to the Middle East's hummus with several variations and the Sudan's falafel, Wells offers up flavorful and distinctive recipes, most of which are vegan or vegan-adaptable. Main dishes include baked sweet potato casserole from Canada, and creamy mixed vegetable curry from India, among a wealth of others. She also includes appetizing side dishes, sauces, and salads, such as crunchy garlicky potatoes, fiery spinach with chilies, and lentil salad with feta cheese and vegetables. Most recipes are accompanied by luscious full-color photos that serve to whet the appetite as well as demystify dishes for the uninitiated. Ethnic desserts are given their fair due in a wonderful chapter that includes West Africa's banana cake and South Korea's cinnamon buns. Recipes are clear-cut and fairly simple, use mostly easily found ingredients, and do not require a huge amount of time to prepare. Both vegetarians and those simply looking for a way to incorporate more vegetables into their diet will delight in this treasure of a book." – Publishers Weekly

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