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Linda McCartney on Tour: Over 200 Meat-Free Dishes from Around the World by Linda McCartney


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Linda McCartney on Tour: Over 200 Meat-Free Dishes from Around the World is published in hardcover. The paperback version is called Linda McCartney's World of Vegetarian Cooking: Over 200 Meat-free Dishes from Around the World.
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Linda McCartney, wife of Beatle Paul McCartney, was a passionate vegetarian. Shortly before she died, she left a legacy with this beautiful book of 200 meat-free recipes from all over the world. Linda McCartney on Tour is illustrated with stunning photographs guaranteed to start you salivating--the tastes, colors, and textures leap off the page. You can almost taste the Crispy Vegetable Wontons (China), Asparagus Crepes (France), Minted Pea and Spinach Soup (U.K.), Vegetable Kichdi (India), Warm Chocolate Souffle with Bittersweet Sauce (France), and Fragrant Coconut Rice (Thailand). If you like pizza, choose from recipes of the U.K., U.S., Thailand, or Greece, or invent your own pizza with a page of creative topping selections. Although many of the dishes sound esoteric, the ingredients won't send you searching in ethnic stores--you can find most in your supermarket, though you will need to frequent a natural-foods market for a few, such as organic eggs and vegetarian sausages. The recipes have no nutritional information, unfortunately--you know you're getting plenty of vitamins and fiber, but you don't know fat content. Whether you're a confirmed vegetarian looking for new recipes or you just want to improve your health by eating meat-free a few times a week, this book will entice you. --Joan Price

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"This follow-up to Linda's Kitchen takes the reader on a gastronomic journey to discover the very best of the world's vegetarian food."--BOOK JACKET. "Linda McCartney's dishes are simple to prepare, nutritious, great to look at, and wonderful to eat! All of the recipes (many of which are suitable for vegans) are easy enough for newcomers to vegetarian cooking and sufficiently satisfying for established veggies looking to enliven their culinary repertoire."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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