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  • ISBN 0969757042
  • ISBN13 978-0969757047
  • Language English
  • Author Toronto Vegetarian Association
  • Publisher Toronto Vegetarian Association (May 1, 1996)
  • Pages 144
  • Formats rtf txt lrf mobi
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1550 kb
  • Size Fb2 1481 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
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Vegetarian Tastes of Toronto features over 150 delicious, healthy recipes that reflect Torontos rich cultural heritage. In addition to North American fare, the book includes Indian, Asian, Latin American and European cuisine. Local restaurants, cooking schools and individuals contributed recipes for their most popular dishes. All have been fully kitchen-tested and written in a clear, easy-to-follow format. The majority of the recipes are quick to make ideal for those with a busy schedule.

This international collection includes Russian borscht, West African sweet potato soup, Orange Teriyaki Tofu, Thai spring rolls, vegetarian sushi, Indian lemon rice, stuffed red and green peppers, black bean chili, spinach lasagne, pesto, and plenty of dessert recipes from poppy seed cake to Conkies (corn meal dumpling popular in Guyana). If you are looking for low-fat cuisine, this cookbook will come as a relief all the recipes are free of meat, fish, milk products, eggs and hydrogenated fats.

The illustrated cookbook includes a full glossary, index, time saving tips, a list of cooking terms, and tips about where to shop, how to store natural foods, and more.

Since it was first published in 1994, Vegetarian Tastes of Toronto has sold over 7,000 copies mostly in the Toronto area. It is now in its third printing. The book has received mention in The Toronto Star, The Toronto Sun and in numerous American newspapers.


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The Toronto Vegetarian Association (TVA) is a volunteer-driven, charitable organization based in Toronto, Ontario. Founded in 1945, its mission is to inspire people to choose a healthier, greener, more compassionate lifestyle through plant-based eating.

Toronto Vegetarian Association. In addition to its Annual Vegetarian Food Fair, the Toronto Vegetarian Association operates a number of other projects aimed at fulfilling its mission

Toronto Vegetarian Association. The Toronto Vegetarian Association is a volunteer-driven, charitable organization based in Toronto, Ontario. Founded in 1945, its mission is "to inspire people to choose a healthier, greener, more peaceful lifestyle. In addition to its Annual Vegetarian Food Fair, the Toronto Vegetarian Association operates a number of other projects aimed at fulfilling its mission.

Vegetarian Tastes Of Toronto book. Vegetarian Tastes of Toronto features over 150 delicious, healthy recipes that reflect Torontos rich cultural heritage. In addition to North American fare, the book includes Indian, Asian, Latin American and European cuisine. Local restaurants, cooking schools and individuals contributed recipes for their most popular dishes. All have been fully kitchen-tested and written Vegetarian Tastes of Toronto features over 150 delicious, healthy recipes that reflect Torontos rich cultural heritage.

The organization also conducts campaigns such as the Veggie Challenge, which challenges non-vegetarians to adopt a vegetarian/vegan diet for one week.

Vegetarian Tastes of Toronto features over 150 delicious, healthy recipes that reflect Torontos rich cultural heritage. There are some delicious recipes in this book that are not difficult to create. Try the "Tofu, Pasta and Olives" or "Ted's Spinach Lasagna" for starters. Also try the "Greek Salad".

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