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It's hard to plan healthy meals when life is so hectic. The author, a mother of three vegetarian kids, offers a selection of breads, spreads, soups, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts that are healthy, delicious, easy to make, and perfect for eating on the run. It's hard to plan healthy meals when life is so hectic. The author, a mother of three vegetarian kids, offers a selection of breads, spreads, soups, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts that are healthy, delicious, easy to make, and perfect for eating on the run.


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It's hard to plan healthy meals when life is so hectic. The author, a mother of three vegetarian kids, offers a selection of breads, spreads, soups, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts that are healthy, delicious, easy to make, and perfect for eating on the run. It's hard to plan healthy meals when life is so hectic. The author, a mother of three vegetarian kids, offers a selection of breads, spreads, soups, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts that are healthy, delicious, easy to make, and perfect for eating on the run.

47 review for The Vegetarian Lunchbasket: Over 225 Easy, Low-Fat, Nutritious Recipes for the Quality-Conscious Family on the Go

  1. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Johnston

    Checked this cookbook out of the libraries for years, until I finally was able to get my own copy. We're not exactly vegetarians, but we are committed to eating as nutritiously as possible, and are very adventurous culinary-wise. This book satisfies the adventurous category, as a meatless meal is not a catastrophe in our home, and it inspired us to broaden our palate - as in the 2oth century - hummus was not as well known, or readily available as it is today. Our first hummus was from the recipe Checked this cookbook out of the libraries for years, until I finally was able to get my own copy. We're not exactly vegetarians, but we are committed to eating as nutritiously as possible, and are very adventurous culinary-wise. This book satisfies the adventurous category, as a meatless meal is not a catastrophe in our home, and it inspired us to broaden our palate - as in the 2oth century - hummus was not as well known, or readily available as it is today. Our first hummus was from the recipe out of this book, it was a hit, and I cook for guys! Also the Sesame Salt (Goma-shio) has been a stand-by in my kitchen since I first checked this book out of the library. In fact, I've got some in my fridge, as I tap these words. It is great on noodles and steamed vegetables! The book is written in a very casual, very comfortable, and informative manner. The recipes are straight-forward, and help to take a lot of mystery out of the more unfamiliar recipes, such as Gluten. And yes, 21st century folks, way back when the only way to get gluten for recipes was to harvest it yourself out of a bag of flour. Our first foray made for a very interesting afternoon, but the resulting 'wheat-meat' was an instant favorite with my guys!! To me, what really makes this book so admirable, as it was written when being 'vegetarian' wasn't cool, but I think it is authors like Linda Haynes, who have helped up the 'coolness' factor for vegetarian dishes, whether you are a vegetarian or not.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tami

    I am always looking for great vegetarian ideas. So many of the cookbooks that I’ve read are filled with dozens of ways to cook tofu but it’s my experience that if you don’t like tofu you just can’t disguise it. I have a non-vegetarian family who is willing to eat my vegetarian meals so long as they taste good and they don’t contain tofu. Hence, my never ending search. I was pleasantly surprised by The Vegetarian Lunchbasket. First off, it has over 225 recipes. Many contain tofu but there’s also I am always looking for great vegetarian ideas. So many of the cookbooks that I’ve read are filled with dozens of ways to cook tofu but it’s my experience that if you don’t like tofu you just can’t disguise it. I have a non-vegetarian family who is willing to eat my vegetarian meals so long as they taste good and they don’t contain tofu. Hence, my never ending search. I was pleasantly surprised by The Vegetarian Lunchbasket. First off, it has over 225 recipes. Many contain tofu but there’s also a lot of variety. There are plenty of snacks and full meals that I can serve and no one feels cheated or hungry afterwards. Often it seems that vegetarian cooking is synonymous with a good deal of preparation time. That’s great when I think about meals in advance but far too often life catches up to me and I need to make something quick. Here again, The Vegetarian Lunchbasket provides recipes that I can throw together from ingredients I already have stocked and put something healthy and tasty on the table. I particularly liked the lunch menu items.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cary

    Really basic and tasty recipes for the the beginning vegetarian, but you need to know a bit about how to cook first, at least in my copy, which is from 1992. Hopefully, she's added a bit more direction to her recipes in later editions. Really basic and tasty recipes for the the beginning vegetarian, but you need to know a bit about how to cook first, at least in my copy, which is from 1992. Hopefully, she's added a bit more direction to her recipes in later editions.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra

    I'm really enjoying this book... what I've made so far is really good. I would have given it one more star except several recipes are missing what I feel is important information - like what size pan. Sometimes it's not important while sometimes it is important. If somebody didn't have a decent amount of kitchen experience I would not reccommend this as a beginner cook book. I'm really enjoying this book... what I've made so far is really good. I would have given it one more star except several recipes are missing what I feel is important information - like what size pan. Sometimes it's not important while sometimes it is important. If somebody didn't have a decent amount of kitchen experience I would not reccommend this as a beginner cook book.

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    Kim

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