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Is it any good? It /looks/ good in the email they sent me. (I don't
have any ATK cookbooks, but I've used a few of their recipes before.)

Bob

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On Sat, 28 Feb 2015 07:05:19 +1100, Bruce wrote:

On Fri, 27 Feb 2015 11:27:14 -0600, zxcvbob
wrote:

Is it any good? It /looks/ good in the email they sent me. (I don't
have any ATK cookbooks, but I've used a few of their recipes before.)


In this ng you're frowned upon if you don't eat your daily portion of
corpse.


most Carnivores eat their veggies too!

William
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On Fri, 27 Feb 2015 11:27:14 -0600, zxcvbob
wrote:

Is it any good? It /looks/ good in the email they sent me. (I don't
have any ATK cookbooks, but I've used a few of their recipes before.)

Bob


I haven't seen that book but I have used some recipes from Cook's
Magazine that were good. My favorite vegetarian cookbook writer is
Deborah Madison. My favorite is "Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone." I
need to pull it out again and find some more dishes.

Check your local library for cookbooks you can look through and see
if you like them. Or a bookstore.

I am not vegetarian but I frequently like to have veggie meals.
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Default America's Test Kitchen -- "The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook"

Bruce wrote:
On Fri, 27 Feb 2015 11:27:14 -0600, zxcvbob
wrote:

Is it any good? It /looks/ good in the email they sent me. (I don't
have any ATK cookbooks, but I've used a few of their recipes before.)


In this ng you're frowned upon if you don't eat your daily portion of
corpse.


This is just blatantly untrue. I feel sorry for vegetarians and vegans who
have a victim / persecution complex. They are to be pitied.
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On 2/27/2015 5:17 PM, l not -l wrote:
On 27-Feb-2015, wrote:

Is it any good? It /looks/ good in the email they sent me. (I don't
have any ATK cookbooks, but I've used a few of their recipes before.)

Bob


I do not have that particular cookbook; but, depending on where you live, I
may be able to help. When I wanted answers to similar questions about the
ATK pressure cooker cookbook, I checked with local libraries. Being in a
large metropolitan area with several libraries I was able to find a copy to
review. As it happened, I had checkout privileges at the library where I
found a copy and could take 3 weeks to review it at leisure. Upon review, I
determined the few recipes I wanted could easily be copied from the book and
I learned the tips and tricks by reading then returning the book to the
library. Total cost 9 cents (gasoline cost calculated by my car) for two
recipes I thought I might actually make.

Perhaps a library near you will have a copy; or, if not, participates in a
library exchange and can get a copy for you.


Thanks. I'm not looking for a vegetarian cookbook per se, but just a
good cookbook in an areaI don't know much about. (and this one came
looking for me)

I eat meat (a lot of meat at a time) a couple of times per week. I
could use for ideas for when I'm doing rice-n-beans (etc)

I'll see if the library has a copy. If I like it, I'll buy one for myself.

Bob


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