Book: Real Food for Everyone: Vegan-Friendly and Vegetarian Meals for Meat Lover, Vegetarians and Vegans
Author: Ann Gentry
Release date (if applicable): Published
Synopsis: Ms. Gentry offers more than 100 recipes to satisfy all eaters whether one is vegetarian or non vegetarian.
My rating: 4 Stars
My opinion: As a newbie, who is slowly working towards more of a vegetarian lifestyle, I loved this cookbook. Even as a non-vegetarian, I found there were recipes that would apply to me or that I would make. I couldn't get enough of the soup and salads sections and found myself hanging out there most in all the book.
As one who is learning this lifestyle, I found her explanations and descriptions on the use of ingredients to be incredibly helpful. On that note, I would have liked to have seen more photos used especially because this book includes a target audience who might not be familiar with how some ingredients are prepared.
Unfortunately, and I apologize for this, I was unable to grab some of the recipe titles prior to my copy expiring.
I agree with another Goodreads' reviewer who stated that the author took more of an educational approach to teaching about vegetarianism versus a judgmental approach to those who eat meat. I felt it really opened me up to what she was saying.
Source: Netgalley for Publisher
Would I recommend? : Yes. Plus, I will be purchasing this cookbook.
Stand Alone or Part of a Series: Stand Alone