In response to Olga's request for good cookbooks, I would say my most used is
the Vegetarian Times Cookbook. It is excellent, and even has a section on
Under thirty minutes. The recipes are really good, and they do show the
nutritional value. If you have MasterCook software you can keep a log of
other recipes and it will figure the nutritional values for you. I find it
to be very helpful.
In a message dated 10/21/99 6:20:53 AM Central Daylight Time,
<< Hi all,
I just bought a Vegetarian Cookbook that I am not too happy with. It's
called The Best-Ever Vegetarian Cookbook. It has no nutritional
information in it about it's meals regarding fat content, calories,
etc.. I was wondering if any of you had a "GREAT" vegetarian cookbook
that has nutritional information per serving and is based on low-fat
recipes. I have noticed that most vegetarian dishes are usually very
high in fats... I guess I should have asked you guys (the experts) first
before even trying to find a book.
Btw it's not a bad book, it's just not what I am looking for. The first
part of the book is very informative and has alot of cooking tips and
shows all kinds of grains and even how to make yogurt.