RE: [] Vegetarian/Vegetable Books

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From: Russell Joanne \(ST\)
Subject: RE: [] Vegetarian/Vegetable Books
Date: 10:05 on 19 Feb 2007
How bizarre - was talking (again) about needing a good veggie book only
last night.  I hadn't managed to get round to it from my last query on


-----Original Message-----
From: Rev Simon Rumble [] 
Sent: 12 February 2007 06:12
Subject: Re: [] Vegetarian/Vegetable Books

This one time, at band camp, Russell Joanne (ST) wrote:
> Anyone know of any really good vegetarian / vegetable books?

Now this is a LONG time after you asked the question, Joanne, but I've 
just dug out the book I wanted to recommend.  "Julie Stafford's 
Vegetarian Cookbook" ISBN 0670886653 or you can give me a cut of your 
Amazon spend here:

It's really really good.  You'll have to get used to Australian 
terminology (eggplant = aubergine, zucchini = courgette) and ignore her recommendations to use apple juice concentrate as a sweetener -- just 
use sugar or honey.

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