Vegetarianism is a top trend and veganism is going mainstream. Even meat lovers are looking for ways to reduce their meat consumption because more and more people want to eat healthier. Meatless All Day is a cookbook for anyone who loves good food that's delicious and conforms to vegetarian values.
For vegetarians and carnivores alike. Meatless All Day focuses on new ways to prepare ingredients that are vital to maintaining a balanced diet. But more important, this cookbook will serve as inspiration for preparing ingredients that approximate the savory, smoky, hearty qualities of meat and seafood. For vegetarians, vegans, and carnivores who are reducing their meat intake, the recipes in Meatless All Day will leave home cooks (and their family and friends) feeling satisfied.
The key to success: 45 power ingredients. More than a cookbook, Meatless All Day opens with a helpful introduction to the 45 ingredients that are the building blocks of healthful eating. Following are 80 recipes with headnotes that explain how the power ingredients lend dishes a meaty or fishy flavor, offer tips for making many non-vegan recipes vegan, or provide ideas for rounding out entrees with side dishes and desserts.
A delicious way to ease into a top-10 food trend. If you ve thought about going vegan or simply want to eat less meat, Meatless All Day provides you with the information, the recipes, and the inspiration to take the first step. If you re already there, it provides exciting dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Join the millions who are enjoying satisfying food and treating themselves to a healthy lifestyle.
About the Author
Dina Cheney is the author of Year-Round Slow Cooker (Taunton, 2013), Tasting Club (DK, 2006), and Williams-Sonoma: New Flavors for Salads (Oxmoor House, 2009). She has been the "Taste Test" columnist for Everyday with Rachael Ray for several years, is a regular contributor to Fine Cooking, and has written articles or developed recipes for more than 20 other publications, including Cooking Light, Parents, Coastal Living, Clean Eating, Specialty Food, and The Huffington Post.
Dina conducts tastings and talks nationwide. Previously, she taught cooking classes through her (former) culinary instruction business, Cooking by Heart.
Dina graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education and Columbia College, Columbia University. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and two young sons.