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Vegetarian Kids' Cookbook: Fresh, fun food show in 350 step-by-step photographs [Hardcover]

Roz Denny
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Nov. 16 2010
Children will love this collection of over 50 irresistible and healthy recipes, which range from soups, snacks and light lunches to main meals, side dishes and desserts

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Roz Denny is an accomplished food writer whose books range over many culinary subjects, including rice, fish and seafood, Chinese and Italian food, and microwave cooking. She also specializes in vegetarian food and cooking for children. She writes regularly for House and Garden magazine as well as working as food editor for Weight Watchers magazine. Her culinary expertise also extends from styling for food photography, demonstrations, television, video and radio broadcasts to advising companies on new food trends and new product development ideas.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A simple easy to follow book Feb. 3 2013
By Amanda
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This book has simple, easy to follow recipes. We have had it only a couple weeks and have already tried several recipes. The flan was delicious. :)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun, Easy-to-Make yet Reasonably Healthy Recipes May 10 2011
By CrimsonGirl - Published on Amazon.com
My 8 y.o. likes to cook many of the recipes from this book herself (under supervision, of course!) The step-by-step photos make the recipes easy to follow. There is a good variety of dishes from kiddie staples like pizza, nachos, and burgers to more elegant gourmet fare like aubergine bolognese, mushroom flan, and pumpkin risotto. And unlike some of the other vegetarian cookbooks aimed at kids/teens, the recipes are for the most part reasonably healthy. Highly recommended for families with vegetarian or "flexitarian" children.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed Oct. 24 2012
By Cdnntx - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I was hoping for a cookbook that would contain recipes that my 9 year old son would be excited about and could possible handle mostly on his own... Not the case

The book is heavy on outdated typical vegetarian meals. Lots of pasta (and bread products) dairy and eggs. Yes they are made in animal shapes with smilely faces, but my kid doesn't need bells and whistles to eat. Nachos, pizza. Blueberry muffins, fruit salad, veg soups, and roasted potatoes are what a random flip just produced.

This book was going to be my first Amazon return, but they kindly refunded me my money and let me keep it. It will be gifted off or donated away
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not what the title suggests July 21 2013
By Nancy - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered this for my daughter's 9th birthday. She's a vegetarian and a picky eater but likes to cook. I hoped that this book would encourage her to expand her repertoire and try new foods. However, it's been a disappointment.

My big complaint is that the book is NOT intended for children, contrary to the what the title suggests. The text inside the book is very clear on the fact that the book is intended for PARENTS cooking for vegetarian children. The recipes are not presented in a style that would be easy for children to follow, despite the illustrations. For example, weights and measures are generally presented in triplicate: metric weight, English weight, and English volume (or Celsius, Fahrenheit, and gas setting in the case of oven heat); and ingredient names are often given in both British and American English, so that a typical ingredient reads: "175g/6oz/1 1/2 cups plain wholemeal (whole-wheat) flour". This is not easy for a young cook to read. Nor can a novice easily interpret directions like "cook gently until the vegetables are just tender".

So the book is not for kids. But I don't feel it's very useful for parents cooking for kids, either. The selection of foods does not seem especially kid-friendly. I mean, I'd be thrilled if my kids would eat cheese onion and mushroom flan, or herb omelettes, or pumpkin pistachio risotto, or anything involving smoked tofu, but come on. I can easily find more suitable and abundant recipes in Joy of Cooking. The step-by-step illustrations take up a lot of room and contribute very little. I can understand instructions like "put the ingredients into a bowl" without a helpful picture of the ingredients sitting in a bowl.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book for vegetarian kids Jan. 9 2014
By Sam's Mommy - Published on Amazon.com
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I originally saw it in a friends house! We are bringing our kid up a vegetarian and wanted more ideas. My son has been looking into the book and making requests! At 3 years old, he may not be able to help with a lot of stuff, but it is very easy to follow the steps.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great recipes and layout Dec 21 2013
By JEROMEY SHAFER - Published on Amazon.com
Dropped this book in water and bought a new right away to replace it. Great ideas, helpful basics. Ingredients list includes photos of ingredients in the appropriate amounts. Emphasis on nutrition. More than just recipes.
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