Quick-Fix Vegetarian

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Quick-Fix Vegetarian

Healthy Home-Cooked Meals in 30 Minutes or Less

By Robin Robertson

Andrews McMeel Publishing, Paperback, 9780740763748, 210pp.

Publication Date: March 6, 2007

Description
Many studies have shown that vegetarians seem to have a lower risk of obesity, coronary heart disease (which causes heart attack), high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, and some forms of cancer." --The American Heart Association
* Featuring 150 delicious recipes, "Quick-Fix Vegetarian" provides both novice and longtime cooks with practical and robust vegetarian dishes that can be prepared in less time than it takes to have a pizza delivered.
* Written by best-selling vegetarian chef Robin Robertson, "Quick-Fix Vegetarian" is the answer for busy families who are looking for healthy food, fast.
"Quick-Fix Vegetarian" by Robin Robertson recently was named Best New Cookbook by PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The international organization's Proggy Award (short for "progress") recognizes animal-friendly achievement in 21st century culture and commerce. No longer considered a "hippie fad," the vegan lifestyle is becoming going mainstream. In her latest book vegetarian expert Robin Robertson creates recipes such as Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomato Quesadillas, Chipotle-Kissed Black Bean Soup, Mediterranean Orzo Salad, Beat-the-Clock Lasagna, Five-Minute Slow-Cooker Chili, and No-Bake Oatmeal Almond Cookies for this growing consumer base. In addition, "Quick-Fix Vegetarian" shows how to use many of the new commercial vegetarian products and includes recipe variations and tips for speedy, stress-free entertaining without sacrificing flavor or mainstream appeal.


About the Author
An experienced chef and consultant, Robin Robertson is a 25-year veteran restaurant chef, caterer, columnist, cooking teacher, food writer, and author of 19 vegan and vegetarian cookbooks. She writes "The Global Vegan" column for "VegNews Magazine" and was a contributing editor and columnist for "Vegetarian Times." She has also written for "Cooking Light, Natural Health, Better Nutrition, Health, Restaurant Business," and other magazines. She lives in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley.

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