Over 50 delicious, creative and easy to prepare recipes to help you embark on a new vegetarian lifestyle or to add zest to your current vegetarian regime.
Soups, starters, dips, kebabs, salads, pasta and main courses packed with varied vegetables and pulses.
Being a vegetarian can: lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, reduce susceptibility to cancer and heart disease and promote a thinner, slimmer, more energetic you.
Forget boring vegetarian meals and try these nutritions, inspiring and exciting vegetarian recipes; which incorporate flavours of the world.
Great content! Being vegetarian is the best and proven way to loss weight and sustain good health.
Lots of people turn to vegetarian approach in weight loss because it is natural and has natural nutrient contents when consume. The only challenging on this type of diet is how to prepare it to make it delicious without decreasing its nutritive value.
Good thing there is book publish for the purpose of sharing the tips and recipes for vegetarian diet.
Well, I must say, I have read many diet books and have quite a few in my library now but after reading the Vegetarian Route to Weight Loss, I have to say that this is now at the top of my list. Although I am not yet a vegetarian, in fact, I didn’t even think about it UNTIL I started to read this book. This is not just your everyday recipe book, it is almost like a mini instruction manual on how to not only eat the right foods but it offers the evidence as to why we should change our diets and how we can improve our longevity also, and I am sure we are all members of the ‘ME Preservation Society’ and so that is why I will be following the advice given in this book. For me it was really a wake up call after reading about the facts given in the book.
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*All measurements in metric and imperial due to request, with conversion tables*
TIME and MONEY – the two things we do not have a lot of these days.
Pressure cooking is FAST, you can whip a meal for 8 in less than ten minutes cooking time.
Everything goes into the pressure cooker and so there is only one dishwasher friendly pot to wash.
SAVING ELECTRICITY – Back in the 80’s when my Mom was using her pressure cooker electricity was not as expensive, but these days it is extortionate and is sometimes higher than the mortgage in terms of monthly outgoings. With a pressure cooker you can cook a meal in 10-15 mins, when it would have taken at least one hour in an oven where it would have been eating up electricity. And who wants to clean the oven – NOT ME! The faster cooking times and the fact that everything is in one pot saves a bundle when it comes to power.
So to get you going, here are delicious soup, meat, fish and chicken recipes from around the world. Included are cake and loaf recipes as well.
Book includes a detailed set of tables so that you can cook any kind of food any time with confidence.
I know I’ve had those thoughts and for years I’ve avoided using the pressure cooker that I inherited from my mother (sound familiar?). It’s time to drop those fears and haul it out it out of storage, or get one of the fancier new ones that are making a comeback, and try one of these delicious-sounding recipes.
Lisa makes a good argument for using a pressure cooker and even writes about some great health tips that I wasn’t aware of about the advantages of pressure cooking. There’s an excellent variety of recipes to choose from, although there is a heavy leaning toward meat dishes (fish, poultry, different meats). There are soups, veggie, quick bread and dessert/holiday dishes included, so you’re sure to find something you’d enjoy. I’m going to try the Jaipur Shrimp Curry and the Steamed Lasagna shortly. There are some things I wouldn’t have thought about making in a pressure cooker (like the lasagna), so my curiosity is piqued!
Highly recommended recipe collection. Get going with your pressure cooker and save some money on those nasty electric bills at the same time!
I often wondered why the pressure cooker went out of style. My mom wasn’t much of a cook (sorry, it is the truth) but the family always LOVED pressure cooker night! If you’ve never tried food from a pressure cooker, you’re in for a treat. Far superior to the over-blended flavors a crock pot provides and you don’t have to leave the darn thing on all day just to cook a meal! This time saving appliance needs to return to our lives. The next one I find on sale is coming home with me.
As for this book – yum! A wide variety that I’ll be trying. Many different styles and countries (Norwegian, British, French, Chinese, ‘cowboy’, Greek) are represented and appreciated. There are a few I’ll adapt for our family but the introduction provides a solid base of knowledge so I’m relatively certain I won’t mess anything up with my substitutions.
I grew up in the era when pressure cookers were mainly used to can green beans! Ha! Lazuli’s book is an eye-opener. She gives compelling reasons to use a pressure cooker in our often harried days of not much time. I was surprised and pleased to learn the benefits of pressure cooking which include: health and nutritional benefits, time saving benefits, and even money saving benefits!
Lazuli gives practical and delicious recipes from soups through desserts. As a person who has lived in various countries during my life, I especially appreciated the international flavors Lazuli has included in this book.
This book is highly recommended! Enjoy!
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