• Title: College Vegetarian Cooking
  • Author: Megan Carle Jill Carle
  • ISBN: 9781580089821
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • College Vegetarian Cooking Beyond Rice Cakes and RamenQuiz time Vegetarianism is A strictly for humorless health nuts B fine if you actually like brown rice I guess C what I wasn t sleeping I was resting my eyes Can you repeat
    Beyond Rice Cakes and RamenQuiz time Vegetarianism is A strictly for humorless health nuts.B fine if you actually like brown rice I guess.C what I wasn t sleeping, I was resting my eyes Can you repeat the question D just kind of normal.You answered D, right Meatless eating is healthy, inexpensive, ecologically friendly, and even hip What s not to like ButBeyond Rice Cakes and RamenQuiz time Vegetarianism is A strictly for humorless health nuts.B fine if you actually like brown rice I guess.C what I wasn t sleeping, I was resting my eyes Can you repeat the question D just kind of normal.You answered D, right Meatless eating is healthy, inexpensive, ecologically friendly, and even hip What s not to like But it s not always easy being green The salad bar can get pretty uninspiring after a while, and you don t even want to know how much salt lurks in that can of tomato soup Enter the Carle sisters Megan the long time vegetarian and Jill the skeptical carnivore are the dietary divas of yummy, doable dishes for teens and young adults In this new book their fourth , they offer the tips, tricks, and tasty recipes they use to feed themselves and their friends in style veggie style.The Carles make cooking easy for cash strapped, kitchen shy vegetarians, starting with instructions on how to set up a basic veggie kitchen on the cheap And they keep it simple with 90 recipes organized into student friendly chapters, from Cheap Eats to Impressing Your Date, Dinner for One to Party Food, plus a desserts chapter packed with vegan options Every page bursts with color photographs Whether you re sharing Pasta Primavera with your roommates, taking a Caramelized Onion Tart to a party, grabbing a Roasted Red Pepper and Avocado Wrap on the run, or buttering up your sweetie with Mushroom Ravioli, College Vegetarian Cooking will break you out of the ramen rut without breaking your budget.

    One Reply to “College Vegetarian Cooking”

    1. A very pretty book, great photos and format. I completely reverse my previous review, because i kept catching myself looking yet again at yet another recipe and photocopying 12 and then wishing i just had a copy of it to mark in my changes and the photos ARE well done. okay i will probably be buying this. I wish the title wasn't so limiting to its audience because there really are some clever ideas that many outside of college would be willing to try. Planning on making the tomato tart, the oven [...]

    2. This is the first vegetarian book I read on a budget, humorous not bland with content, and beautiful photos of food. I am not a vegetarian but this book surely makes me want to be one soon. Some of the photos are scrumptious, maybe even for meat eaters to try the veggie side every once in awhile.I will try a few recipes and see how it goes. I am also considering buying the book (got it from the library). This is the first vegetarian book I've considered to try a majority of the recipes and more [...]

    3. I found this cookbook through a friend. He had cooked several delicious meals, and I had asked for the recipes, which all came from this book. While I still have many recipes to try, those that I have had so far, have been delicious. The recipes are easy to follow. I have made some adjustments to some of the recipes, but the best part about the recipes is that they really lend themselves to making those changes, and the co-authors seem to encourage that. The eggplant parmesan "casserole"was deli [...]

    4. The Carle sisters are definitely the lesser known of my favorites, but they definitely know what they are doing! These girls are in their twenties and write cookbooks about college and young adult life. You might think that that would cause their recipes to be so basic that they are boring but in all actuality they are sharing their love of food with those who are learning to cook in new lifestyle situations. I would recommend all 3 of the pictured books to anyone, even a more advanced cook. The [...]

    5. Good, basic cookbook. I think this would be a great introduction to cooking for someone on a budget and with limited kitchen equipment. Most of the ingredients could easily be found in a regular grocery store.For a more experienced cook there are still plenty of ideas for quick and cheap vegetarian meals. However, I found the cooking times to be frequently off by significant amounts of time. It's an easy thing to correct for if you know your way around the kitchen, but I can imagine some burnt d [...]

    6. Many recipes in this book are comprised of fried dishes. If you are looking to eat healthy this may not have the quantity of recipes you are looking for. However there were a few recipes that were healthy and inexpensive to make. It was a great read to inspire me to come up with interesting food combinations in addition to discovering different ways to mix in interesting ingredients like white beans or zucchini.

    7. This is the first cookbook that I have actually read cover-to-cover. The authors wrote in a way that it felt like I was actually talking to them about the food rather than reading about the food. The cookbook also contains lots of colorful photos, fun facts, tips, and much more. I tried making about half of the recipes in the book and they were all easy to make and delicious to eat. This book is perfect for someone who needs some help navigating around the kitchen.

    8. I had to return this before I got to try any recipes, but I was impressed by the amount of "real" vegetables and healthy recipes in this book. So impressed that it's on my Christmas wishlist!This review will be updated once I have a taste of the delicious within.

    9. I love this cookbook. It offers easy ways to eat fresh, healthy, and cheaply! I am a lover of fruits & veggies, however I am also a carnivore! I often used these recipes and just added baked chicken. It was a great way to please everyone who I was cooking for.

    10. The biggest fault with this book is that many of the recipes made 4-6 servings. If you are in college and a vegetarian, you are most likely to be cooking for ONE. I wish more of the recipes were for a single serving. The quiche and crepes were good though

    11. If you need a quick meal on a budget and need a basic cookbook then this is for you. Maybe it's just me but I didn't like that there were so many pasta recipes and half the stuff in there I already knew how to make. I need a cookbook that gives me new ideas for meals. Oh well.

    12. i know - i'm not in college - but this seems like a great source for cheap, and easy veggie meals!

    13. I liked these recipes! They were pretty simple and straight forward. They even had a broke section, which I highly appreciated. Definitely worth a look. :)

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