A Rich Harvest of Wit, Lore and Recipes
When Vegetariana was first released in 1984, its first major review predicted that it would “prove itself a classic”—and it has. With quotations, folklore, and literary tidbits, this wittily illustrated celebration of vegetarianism delights the eye as well as the palate. With more than 230 recipes, this updated edition is as much fun to cook from as it is to read.
Praise for the original edition:
A one-woman masterpiece celebrating vegetarianism, it’s an offbeat, lighthearted look at the lore of vegetarian foods, well as a compilation of good, appetizing recipes. — Detroit News
A treasure. Atlas’s historical journeys are whimsical and memorable. Good, simple recipes, enough to form an entire repertoire of healthy, ethnic cuisine. — Vegetarian Times
Aside from the great recipes, this charming cookbook provides an overview of vegetarianism. — Glamour magazine
A cookbook that is as much a pleasure to look at as it is to cook from. — Washington Jewish Week
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