125 Gluten-Free Vegetarian Recipes
By Carol Fenster, President/Founder, Savory Palate, Inc.
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“You really don’t have to be on a special diet to savory the delicious offerings presented in 125 Gluten-Free Vegetarian Recipes. This book is perfect for the ‘flexitarians’ among us who simply want to eat cleaner and healthier with options that are mouthwatering.” Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS, award-winning author of the New York Times-bestselling Fat Flush Plan and Gut Flush Plan.
Seven percent of Americans are sensitive to gluten. Millions more are turning to gluten-free diets to feel healthier. And 22 million Americans are on a vegetarian-inclined diet. Carol Fenster’s 125 Gluten-Free Vegetarian Recipes: Quick and Delicious Mouthwatering Dishes for the Healthy Cook is the perfect cookbook to combining two of the hottest foodie/health issues in America today.
“I can’t wait to add many of these mouthwatering dishes to my list of gluten-free favorites.” Donna Klein, author of Supermarket Vegan
In 125 Gluten-Free Vegetarian Recipes Fenster, one of the country’s foremost experts on special diets and the author of several popular gluten-free cookbooks, provides over 125 quick and easy vegetarian recipes for the healthy cook―plus a bonus section of baking recipes for vegans (and anyone avoiding eggs).
“When it comes to gluten-free living, Carol Fenster paved the way. She is an absolute genius and the vegan and vegetarian recipes in this book are no exception.”―Elana Amsterdam, founder of Elana’s Pantry and author of The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook.
Fenster has long been known for her delicious prowess in the kitchen and her proven skill at making gluten-free eating quick, easy, and approachable. If you are looking for hearty, flavor-packed gluten-free vegetarian and vegan options, this is the book for you.
“Many cookbooks have been written for gluten-free eaters and vegetarians, but Fenster (100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes) here targets both camps. She includes recipes for every meal from breakfast to dessert, including Southwestern Bean and Grain Casserole, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Orange-Nut Sauce, and Tiramisu. The recipes are straightforward and easy to follow, and her tone throughout is welcoming to newer cooks, even as she offers innovative ideas for those more comfortable in the kitchen. Fenster introduces the health benefits of gluten-free and vegetarian diets and provides an excellent list of ingredients. Her useful chapter on baking features baguettes, scones, and muffins and helpful hints for learning to bake without wheat. VERDICT As gluten-free and vegetarian diets become more common, this book will have an increasingly large audience. It will likely be welcomed by many looking to adopt healthier diets, even if they are not strictly gluten free or vegetarian.”—Laura Krier, California Digital Lib., Oakland