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Woman's Day Wednesday Night is Vegetarian: The Eat Well Cookbook of Meals in a Hurry [Paperback]

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April 15 2009 Woman's Day
Woman's Day introduces the third in a series of cookbooks that are destined to become an essential resource for every cook. The user-friendly cookbooks undertake one type of food for every night of the week; Wednesday is the vegetarian dinner. All of the recipes are easy to make and include cooking time, serving size, nutritional information, handy tips to make cooking easier, and "FYI": helpful facts that every cook should know.



Wednesday Night is Vegetarian is divided into three sections - Tarts, Pizzas & Sandwiches, Soups, Salads & Sides, and Main Dishes - and presents recipes from many cuisines, such as Mexican, Italian, Asian, Indian and American. Even the pickiest eaters will be able to enjoy the great variety of vegetarian meals in this collection.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Simple, quick, delicious recipes March 6 2011
Format:Paperback
I own several vegan and vegetarian cookbooks and this one flew up to the top of my ratings as my #1 go to in a hurry. The meals are truly and honestly simple yet scrumptious. Its fantastic for the amateur cook, or the more skilled in a hurry. I have an infant son and manage to put these meals together. They also take minimal ingredients that are easy to find and relatively inexpensive.

My only two complaints are 1. There are not a large number of recipes (but given the cost it's price appropriate), 2. Most of the meals are rather high in calories. If your familiar with cooking you can easily swap some ingredients for more calorie wise choices.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great cookbook for those short on time. July 8 2010
By Chelsea - Published on Amazon.com
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I checked this cookbook out from the library and only had time to make the burrito recipe on page 27 and veggie chili on page 94. They quickly became two of my favorite recipes, and the rest of the meals in the book looked so good that I just had to buy it. This is one of the few vegetarian cookbooks I've been able to find that includes recipes that real people could enjoy on a day-to-day basis and on a reasonable budget, not to mention that can be made without a bunch of specialized equipment. A big plus is that thre are several dishes that are suitable for vegans, or that could be easily veganized. Any way you look at it, this is a great cookbook at a great price.
5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting Book March 11 2014
By Michelle Kok - Published on Amazon.com
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Purchased this for my vegetarian niece. She was very excited about it and I can't wait to try one of her meals!
3.0 out of 5 stars Lots of cheese....and anchovies?! Feb. 28 2012
By cowgirrlup - Published on Amazon.com
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Some of the recipes sound like they might be pretty tasty, but it might be because of the high fat content. Tons of cheese in the recipes, too....You can always substitute other ingredients for some of the high fat ingredients and cut back on oils and the cheese if you want to make the recipes healthier. I like cheese, but its not something I want to feed my family at every meal.

I guess the most confusing thing to me was the use of anchovies....anchovies?! Possibly from the rare or extinct anchovy plant? or tree?

The only anchovies I have ever seen are fish, so not vegetarian.
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