It was unlike other recipe books that I’d encountered. It gives me the impression that Cherise Grifoni probably loves talking as much as she is as passionate about being a vegetarian. Reading the book makes me feel like I’m watching a cooking show because of the conversational way that she writes.
I haven’t tried any of the recipes yet because some of the ingredients are not really that popular and we don’t have them at home. Notwithstanding that, I think that the procedures in the recipes are easy to follow.
Recipes include dips and appetizers, breakfast meals, salad dressings, salads, soups, vegetables dishes, rice, pasta, grains, tofu and desserts.
Vegans, would-be vegetarians or those plain curious about going vegetarians will probably find this book helpful.
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