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Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian is a new cookbook in the Cooking Light Cookbook series. These recipes offer a complete visual guide to healthy vegetarian cooking. This cookbook offers vegetarian recipes for those that are strictly vegetarian as well as those that occasionally like to go meat free. The book contains over 150 recipes along with over 500 images to show you how to prepare all the meals. All of the meals include nutrition information so you can keep track of what’s in the food you’re eating. Covering all your nutrition bases is easy as long as you eat a variety of foods. Eating a vegetarian diet does not mean you have to go without getting the nutrients you need.

You also don’t have to sacrifice flavor just because you’re not eating meat. This cookbook also features some food flavor of the ethnic variety so that you can enjoy cuisine from around the world. Cooking Light has been making cookbooks for years and now you can enjoy vegetarian cuisine with all the variety of one of their cookbooks that include meat. This cookbook will teach you to cook delicious recipes using fresh and healthy ingredients with smart tools and techniques.

All the recipes within Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian are meat-free recipes. By eating a variety of the recipes, you can be sure you’ll get all the nutrients you need and you will be eating healthy foods. This recipe book is for those that have sworn off meat completely and those that just want to eat vegetarian meals occasionally to change up the foods they eat. The recipes include items in categories like salads, sandwiches, soups, sides and desserts. Some of the delicious foods included in this book are:

Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian is a new cookbook in the Cooking Light Cookbook series. These recipes offer a complete visual guide to healthy vegetarian cooking. This cookbook offers vegetarian recipes for those that are strictly vegetarian as well as those that occasionally like to go meat free. The book contains over 150 recipes along with over 500 images to show you how to prepare all the meals. All of the meals include nutrition information so you can keep track of what’s in the food you’re eating. Covering all your nutrition bases is easy as long as you eat a variety of foods. Eating a vegetarian diet does not mean you have to go without getting the nutrients you need.

You also don’t have to sacrifice flavor just because you’re not eating meat. This cookbook also features some food flavor of the ethnic variety so that you can enjoy cuisine from around the world. Cooking Light has been making cookbooks for years and now you can enjoy vegetarian cuisine with all the variety of one of their cookbooks that include meat. This cookbook will teach you to cook delicious recipes using fresh and healthy ingredients with smart tools and techniques.

All the recipes within Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian are meat-free recipes. By eating a variety of the recipes, you can be sure you’ll get all the nutrients you need and you will be eating healthy foods. This recipe book is for those that have sworn off meat completely and those that just want to eat vegetarian meals occasionally to change up the foods they eat. The recipes include items in categories like salads, sandwiches, soups, sides and desserts. Some of the delicious foods included in this book are:

I have a confession to make. I’m an incurable cookbook addict. I love books; especially cookbooks. All kinds of cookbooks – new, old, vintage, All-purpose, specialty, celebrity, healthy, fancy, plain, hardcover, paperback. I just can’t seem to help myself. I read them the way most people read novels.

But in the name of simplification and organization, I’m always trying to thin them out too; holding onto my favorites and letting others go (to make room for more). I usually trade them in at our local used book store or donate them to Goodwill. Then I saw that  Gina over at Skinnytaste was giving hers away and I thought, “What a great idea. I can do that too.”

The first up is  Cooking Light Way to Cook: The Complete Visual Guide to Everyday Cooking , a wonderful guide to smart cooking techniques for healthy everyday cooking.

I’m going to let you in on a secret; one of those behind-the-scenes kind of deals. This is my kitchen table. The blue pitcher you see in the background is usually in the center of the table, only getting moved to the empty place mat while we eat.

There are no windows in the kitchen eating area. It’s a nice space but it’s definitely made for eating a meal (or coloring, painting, puzzle-making and other summer keep-her-busy activities between food consumption times) not for any kind of picture-taking.

The only time I ever take a photo of food on this table is when my family is really hungry and I know their patience will be overly tested by my carrying a plate of dinner to a window to get some of that ‘natural light’. Taking the time to set up the food with doodads and other little frufru things? Grounds for staging a coup.

Cooking Light , America's leading epicurean magazine and authority on healthy cooking, is dedicated to helping its more than 12 million readers eat smart, be fit, and live well. With a staff of registered dietitians and culinary professionals-and over 20 years of experience- Cooking Light is unrivaled in identifying emerging food trends and providing flavorful and healthful recipes as well as detailed information about healthy cooking techniques and tips. 

Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian is a new cookbook in the Cooking Light Cookbook series. These recipes offer a complete visual guide to healthy vegetarian cooking. This cookbook offers vegetarian recipes for those that are strictly vegetarian as well as those that occasionally like to go meat free. The book contains over 150 recipes along with over 500 images to show you how to prepare all the meals. All of the meals include nutrition information so you can keep track of what’s in the food you’re eating. Covering all your nutrition bases is easy as long as you eat a variety of foods. Eating a vegetarian diet does not mean you have to go without getting the nutrients you need.

You also don’t have to sacrifice flavor just because you’re not eating meat. This cookbook also features some food flavor of the ethnic variety so that you can enjoy cuisine from around the world. Cooking Light has been making cookbooks for years and now you can enjoy vegetarian cuisine with all the variety of one of their cookbooks that include meat. This cookbook will teach you to cook delicious recipes using fresh and healthy ingredients with smart tools and techniques.

All the recipes within Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian are meat-free recipes. By eating a variety of the recipes, you can be sure you’ll get all the nutrients you need and you will be eating healthy foods. This recipe book is for those that have sworn off meat completely and those that just want to eat vegetarian meals occasionally to change up the foods they eat. The recipes include items in categories like salads, sandwiches, soups, sides and desserts. Some of the delicious foods included in this book are:

I have a confession to make. I’m an incurable cookbook addict. I love books; especially cookbooks. All kinds of cookbooks – new, old, vintage, All-purpose, specialty, celebrity, healthy, fancy, plain, hardcover, paperback. I just can’t seem to help myself. I read them the way most people read novels.

But in the name of simplification and organization, I’m always trying to thin them out too; holding onto my favorites and letting others go (to make room for more). I usually trade them in at our local used book store or donate them to Goodwill. Then I saw that  Gina over at Skinnytaste was giving hers away and I thought, “What a great idea. I can do that too.”

The first up is  Cooking Light Way to Cook: The Complete Visual Guide to Everyday Cooking , a wonderful guide to smart cooking techniques for healthy everyday cooking.

Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian is a new cookbook in the Cooking Light Cookbook series. These recipes offer a complete visual guide to healthy vegetarian cooking. This cookbook offers vegetarian recipes for those that are strictly vegetarian as well as those that occasionally like to go meat free. The book contains over 150 recipes along with over 500 images to show you how to prepare all the meals. All of the meals include nutrition information so you can keep track of what’s in the food you’re eating. Covering all your nutrition bases is easy as long as you eat a variety of foods. Eating a vegetarian diet does not mean you have to go without getting the nutrients you need.

You also don’t have to sacrifice flavor just because you’re not eating meat. This cookbook also features some food flavor of the ethnic variety so that you can enjoy cuisine from around the world. Cooking Light has been making cookbooks for years and now you can enjoy vegetarian cuisine with all the variety of one of their cookbooks that include meat. This cookbook will teach you to cook delicious recipes using fresh and healthy ingredients with smart tools and techniques.

All the recipes within Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian are meat-free recipes. By eating a variety of the recipes, you can be sure you’ll get all the nutrients you need and you will be eating healthy foods. This recipe book is for those that have sworn off meat completely and those that just want to eat vegetarian meals occasionally to change up the foods they eat. The recipes include items in categories like salads, sandwiches, soups, sides and desserts. Some of the delicious foods included in this book are:

I have a confession to make. I’m an incurable cookbook addict. I love books; especially cookbooks. All kinds of cookbooks – new, old, vintage, All-purpose, specialty, celebrity, healthy, fancy, plain, hardcover, paperback. I just can’t seem to help myself. I read them the way most people read novels.

But in the name of simplification and organization, I’m always trying to thin them out too; holding onto my favorites and letting others go (to make room for more). I usually trade them in at our local used book store or donate them to Goodwill. Then I saw that  Gina over at Skinnytaste was giving hers away and I thought, “What a great idea. I can do that too.”

The first up is  Cooking Light Way to Cook: The Complete Visual Guide to Everyday Cooking , a wonderful guide to smart cooking techniques for healthy everyday cooking.

I’m going to let you in on a secret; one of those behind-the-scenes kind of deals. This is my kitchen table. The blue pitcher you see in the background is usually in the center of the table, only getting moved to the empty place mat while we eat.

There are no windows in the kitchen eating area. It’s a nice space but it’s definitely made for eating a meal (or coloring, painting, puzzle-making and other summer keep-her-busy activities between food consumption times) not for any kind of picture-taking.

The only time I ever take a photo of food on this table is when my family is really hungry and I know their patience will be overly tested by my carrying a plate of dinner to a window to get some of that ‘natural light’. Taking the time to set up the food with doodads and other little frufru things? Grounds for staging a coup.

Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian is a new cookbook in the Cooking Light Cookbook series. These recipes offer a complete visual guide to healthy vegetarian cooking. This cookbook offers vegetarian recipes for those that are strictly vegetarian as well as those that occasionally like to go meat free. The book contains over 150 recipes along with over 500 images to show you how to prepare all the meals. All of the meals include nutrition information so you can keep track of what’s in the food you’re eating. Covering all your nutrition bases is easy as long as you eat a variety of foods. Eating a vegetarian diet does not mean you have to go without getting the nutrients you need.

You also don’t have to sacrifice flavor just because you’re not eating meat. This cookbook also features some food flavor of the ethnic variety so that you can enjoy cuisine from around the world. Cooking Light has been making cookbooks for years and now you can enjoy vegetarian cuisine with all the variety of one of their cookbooks that include meat. This cookbook will teach you to cook delicious recipes using fresh and healthy ingredients with smart tools and techniques.

All the recipes within Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian are meat-free recipes. By eating a variety of the recipes, you can be sure you’ll get all the nutrients you need and you will be eating healthy foods. This recipe book is for those that have sworn off meat completely and those that just want to eat vegetarian meals occasionally to change up the foods they eat. The recipes include items in categories like salads, sandwiches, soups, sides and desserts. Some of the delicious foods included in this book are:

I have a confession to make. I’m an incurable cookbook addict. I love books; especially cookbooks. All kinds of cookbooks – new, old, vintage, All-purpose, specialty, celebrity, healthy, fancy, plain, hardcover, paperback. I just can’t seem to help myself. I read them the way most people read novels.

But in the name of simplification and organization, I’m always trying to thin them out too; holding onto my favorites and letting others go (to make room for more). I usually trade them in at our local used book store or donate them to Goodwill. Then I saw that  Gina over at Skinnytaste was giving hers away and I thought, “What a great idea. I can do that too.”

The first up is  Cooking Light Way to Cook: The Complete Visual Guide to Everyday Cooking , a wonderful guide to smart cooking techniques for healthy everyday cooking.

I’m going to let you in on a secret; one of those behind-the-scenes kind of deals. This is my kitchen table. The blue pitcher you see in the background is usually in the center of the table, only getting moved to the empty place mat while we eat.

There are no windows in the kitchen eating area. It’s a nice space but it’s definitely made for eating a meal (or coloring, painting, puzzle-making and other summer keep-her-busy activities between food consumption times) not for any kind of picture-taking.

The only time I ever take a photo of food on this table is when my family is really hungry and I know their patience will be overly tested by my carrying a plate of dinner to a window to get some of that ‘natural light’. Taking the time to set up the food with doodads and other little frufru things? Grounds for staging a coup.

Cooking Light , America's leading epicurean magazine and authority on healthy cooking, is dedicated to helping its more than 12 million readers eat smart, be fit, and live well. With a staff of registered dietitians and culinary professionals-and over 20 years of experience- Cooking Light is unrivaled in identifying emerging food trends and providing flavorful and healthful recipes as well as detailed information about healthy cooking techniques and tips. 

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