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cover The Roasted Vegetable: Roasting vegetables brings out their flavors and this cookbook will have you roasting all kinds of interesting ones. The recipes aren't hard and produce wonderful results. Especially useful for winter cooking when you can leave the stove on and when good fresh produce (certainly local) is a bit limited in most areas.
cover The Totally Mushroom Cookbook: Do you love mushrooms? Then you'll love this book. Great recipes and interesting info about these tasty veggies.
cover 5 A Day: The Better Health Cookbook: Savor the Flavor of Fruits and Vegetables: We hear the message -- eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. If you're having trouble accomplishing that goal, this book provides not only recipes to help you, but also the nutritional reasons why you should to inspire you. Happy eating!
cover The Farmer's Market Cookbook: Seasonal Recipes Made from Nature's Freshest Ingredients: This book is helpfully divided into seasons. Its recipes are set up to allow you to take advantage of the produce available at particular times of the year. The recipes are also easy to follow. A great resource if you want to take advantage of fresh, locally grown food.
cover Everyday Greens: Home Cooking from Greens, the Celebrated Vegetarian Restaurant: Just out. Recipes that feature a wide range of flavors and complexity level. There is something here for just about everyone.
cover The Bean Harvest Cookbook: Excellent resource for information on the humble bean -- types, history, methods of cooking. Great recipes.
cover Easy Beans: Fast and Delicious Bean, Pea, and Lentil Recipes: Fast, easy to prepare, but tasty recipes. Healthful, too.
cover More Easy Beans: Quick and Tasty Bean, Pea and Lentil Recipes: Another hit. Also has interesting recipes that make tasty appetizers.
cover Amazing Grains: Creating Vegetarian Main Dishes With Whole Grains: In depth look at all kinds of grains. Well developed recipes with good instructions. Lots of ideas here!
cover 366 Delicious Ways to Cook Rice, Beans, and Grains: Interesting new recipes and unusual takes on some old favorites. Great ways to add healthful foods to your diet.
cover The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen: Meat-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Dishes from the Healthiest Place Under the Sun: If you are an established vegan, you'll find much to enjoy. If you are interested in following a vegan diet, this book is a good place to start as the recipes are not the kind that rely on cheese and meat substitutes. Instead the food is "normal and real". A great book even if you are not a vegan and just want to add more vegetables to your diet.
cover Rice and Spice: Many interesting, one dish meals based on that world-wide staple, rice. Includes a wide variety of ethnic-based dishes.
cover What Einstein Told His Cook: Kitchen Science Explained: Food science explained. Written in an entertaining, fun style, this book answers all kinds of questions about food and cooking. The author is a Washington Post columnist.
cover The Physiology of Taste: Or Meditations on Transcendental Gastronomy: An unusual book. Written in 1825 (yes, 18) by a Frenchman, it is full of witty and interesting comments and thoughts about food, eating, and life. The translation is by M.K. Fisher and she adds her own entertaining notes.

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