Re: [] Vegetarian/Vegetable Books

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From: Rev Simon Rumble
Subject: Re: [] Vegetarian/Vegetable Books
Date: 13:09 on 04 Oct 2006
This one time, at band camp, Russell Joanne (ST) wrote:
> Anyone know of any really good vegetarian / vegetable books?

I do but it's packed in a box.  When I dig it out (could be a month or 
more) I'll let you know.

> I'm not talking so much for tofu type recipes as more interesting and
> tasty vegetable main dishes.

Lordy you don't wanna restrict yourself to the peace, love, mungbeans, 
lentils and loadsa farts strategy of vegetarianism.  There's a lot more 
to vegetarian food than meat and three veg, minus the veg.

Plenty of Italian food is vegetarian.  I'm not vegetarian but eat 
vegetarian 5 nights a week or so.  I prefer vegetarian lasagne to meat 
-- much more variety than just mince.

So don't get too caught up on boring vegie food.  There's loads of 
amazing stuff.

Rev Simon Rumble <>

The Tourist Engineer
Just because you're on holiday, doesn't mean you're not a geek.

In Italy for thirty years under the Borgias they had warfare,
terror, murder, bloodshed--they produced Michelangelo,
Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance. In Switzerland they
had brotherly love, five hundred years of democracy and
peace and what did that produce...? The cuckoo clock.

- Orson Welles

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