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Grumpbum Fri 30-Mar-18 19:25:34

Can anyone please recommend me a good vegetarian cookbook that’s a nice read as well.
Thanks in advance smile

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greenlanes Fri 30-Mar-18 19:33:38

Cranks - never had an issue with any recipe.

Hugh F-Wittingstall - his Veg book looks gorgeous but I have yet tried any recipes.

Grumpbum Fri 30-Mar-18 19:59:39

Thank you

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Magpie24 Fri 30-Mar-18 20:07:16

Ottolenghi plenty

HuevosRancheros Sat 31-Mar-18 17:54:16

Plenty is wonderful, but can be quite time consuming, so not always for everyday cooking.

I would recommend Anna Jones’ Modern Way to Eat smile

Magpie24 Sat 31-Mar-18 18:09:01

Oh yes it's quite ambitious. But a gorgeous book. Hugh FW's river cottage veg every day is good for weekday dinners

Grumpbum Sat 31-Mar-18 19:19:35

Thank you am going to take a trip to Waterstones next week

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whatareyoueatingNOW Sun 01-Apr-18 18:38:46

A modern way to eat is a beautiful book! My favourite vege book.

I also enjoy hfw veg (but not even more veg) and ottolenghi plenty and plenty more

HuevosRancheros Sun 01-Apr-18 19:47:46

Even though it’s not veggie, I also use Every Grain of Rice by Fuchsia Dunlop a lot.
Loads of veggie recipes, and plenty of others that can be made veggie by using tofu or quorn etc.

Ditto Jerusalem by ottolenghi.

Both great for flavour ideas.

I’ve been on the cookbook threads here too much blush Bad influence grin

AnnaMagnani Sun 01-Apr-18 19:51:01

Anna Jones! DH's heart sank when he realised he'd bought me a veggie cookbook for Christmas. But he loves it. I've made nearly all the recipes.

I think I have Modern Way to Cook. She has a new book out now as well.

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