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If you are just beginning investigate the realm of vegetarian cooking, you may be wary of unfamiliar ingredients and tastes. The great thing is that all the ingredients can be found in your local grocery store!

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100% Vegetarian: Eating Naturally From Your Grocery Store
by Julianne Pickle

You love to eat.
You want good health for you and your family.
You are interested in vegetarianism.
This book is for you!

If you are just beginning to investigate the realm of vegetarian cooking, you may be wary of unfamiliar ingredients and tastes. This book is here to help you. While you WILL experience fantastic new flavors and textures, you won't have to go searching at the health food store for the ingredients - everything you need can be found at your local grocery store! 

If you are a veteran vegetarian, you will enjoy incorporating these easy recipes into your weekly menu. This book is as practical as possible. No frills here.

Vegetarianism should be available to everyone. This book may be just what you need. Try it and see.


JULIANNE PICKLE used to be the head cook of the diet kitchen at Uchee Pines's health conditioning center. It was her task to provide tasty vegetarian meals for the guests. These guests would come with a variety of ailments. For those ailments the physicians would prescribe a variety of special diets. It required a special degree of skill to cook in such a way that the guests, unaccustomed to such fare, would be pleased with the food. Julianne performed admirably. It is from this rich background of experience that this cookbook was written.

Spiral-bound: 128 pgs.
Publisher: Pickle Pub Co (December 1990)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-0962764509
Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.4 x 0.5 in.

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