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Martha Rose Shulman's The Simple Art of Vegetarian Cooking
is an accessible, delicious-recipe-packed teaching book designed to
give home cooks a plan ("templates") and a language for cooking
mouthwatering plant-based meals every day. What is a template? It's
a generic recipe for a basic dish-a risotto, a frittata, a rice
bowl, a pasta bowl, a soup base-into which you put any suitable
combination of vegetables and herbs based on seasonality and
availability. By having these basic templates in hand,
readers-wherever they live and whatever the season-will be able to
prepare meatless dishes simply and easily, making this plan ideal
for busy families, working moms, and anyone who wants to be able to
put a mouthwatering vegetarian dish on the table, angst-free.
Template cooking-providing a reliable, sensible framework for
dishes that can change fluidly with seasonal availability-is
enjoying rising popularity in the food world, and Shulman is a
Rodale house author and legend. Whether the reader is a working
parent trying to decipher the overflowing CSA box or a new
vegetarian trying to navigate a world where meals can't be summed
up as "steak," "chicken," or "pork chops," The Simple Art of
Vegetarian Cooking, with 125 recipes, is the perfect tool.