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A Modern Way to Eat: Over 200 satisfying, everyday vegetarian recipes (that will make you feel amazing) Kindle Edition
‘A Modern Way to Eat is a gorgeous revelation of a book. Vegetarian food that feels exciting and vibrant, by an author who writes and cooks with authenticity and passion. I will be buying it for everyone.’ Sophie Dahl
‘Anna Jones has discovered exactly how, with imagination and good taste, to create exciting and delicious vegetarian recipes that fit the modern requirement of nourishment – not forgetting the economical side either. Well done Anna.’ Antonio Carluccio
‘I can give you my word, these recipes not only work, they are also mind-blowingly delicious. So if you need more from your food, meals that are good for you, and the planet, tasty, beautiful, and unapologetically-meat-free, Anna’s recipes are an affirming win-win-win! Count me in.’ Tom Herbert, Fabulous Baker Brother
‘This is an excellent vegetarian book. Yep I said it. It’s bloody brilliant.’ Gizzi Erskine
‘Anna is a treasure. She's the rare cook able to expertly explore the rich realm of possibilities at the intersection of health/wellness and deliciousness. Her food is inspired and fresh, satisfying and beautiful – vibrant food for a vibrant life.’ Heidi Swanson
‘Simple, seasonal, veg-led fare that is as delicious as it is virtuous … Clear and concise … Pretty as a picture, and mouthwatering to boot … fantastically useful … Even if you’re a die-hard carnivore, read what Jones has to say – her subtle, beautiful, delectable dishes might just bring you round.’ Guardian
‘It is a book of vegetarian recipes, but carnivores, do not be put off. Let’s say it is a book of deliciously invigorating dishes that happen not to contain any flesh.’ Rose Prince, Spectator, Books of the Year
‘My favourite vegetarian cookbook this year’ Bee Wilson, Stella magazine
‘The new Nigella’ William Sitwell, T2, The Times--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Anna Jones is a food stylist and recipe developer who has worked with Jamie Oliver for many years, as well as many top food brands and authors.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B00HPMW7SY
- Publisher : Fourth Estate (19 June 2014)
- Language : English
- File size : 117779 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 527 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 306,169 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Further; there are also many recipes that are just hard to follow. Jones recites them like you can cook along with them, with a breezy “now chop this, add that” but if you do you’ll end up with almost complete failure. If you want to really give this book a go, make sure you’ve fully read each recipe first and prepared all ingredients , and double check the order she does things in to make sure you are comfortable or else you’ll quickly be overwhelmed . For vegetable forward books, there are many better ones out there. AJ, please test your recipes better next time!
I really liked the charred corn kale and sweet potato salad flavourwise, but can't say that I ever managed to get the kale to soften into 'buttery little ribbons' in spite of vigorous 'scrunching'. Perhaps it's a technique thing. If anyone has managed this I'd be interested to hear more about how. On the whole i think it's a worthwhile addition to my cookery library (unlike, for example, Deliciously Ella) and will continue to work my way through it.
Easy to source ingredients & easy to follow recipes. Nice photographs of the meals (which I think is essential in a cookbook)
My one complaint would be the way the book is layed out, I don’t like having to turn the page to see the end of the recipe.