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5 foolproof vegetarian main dishes from around the world

By Johnathan L. Wright, RGJ | April 28, 2015 Vegetarian cooking, as it began to move into the mainstream in the 1970s, “was an exercise in compromise and substitution,” writes Christopher Kimball, the America’s Test Kitchen eminence, in “The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook,” a new collection of 700 recipes tested and presented with ATK’s usual rigor and cheerful obsessiveness. Many early approaches relied heavily on cheese and cream for flavor, considered …

Food for Thought: ‘Vegetarian’ shouldn’t scare you off

… wouldn’t all that be the perfect news? I’ll bet someday it will happen, but probably after I’ve put on a few more decades and can’t remember what I had for lunch, anyway. However, if you’re really into healthful stuff, you should dig into “The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook” (America’s Test Kitchen, 464 pages; $29.95 soft cover). But before you turn up your nose, listen to this. You don’t have to be vegetarian to appreciate meatless meals. I’ll bet you already enjoy them …

‘Test Kitchen’: How To Make Vegetarian Dishes Pop With A Little Umami | 88.9 KETR

By Editor, Posted March 10, 2015 Just because a meal is vegetarian doesn’t mean it can’t be “meaty.” One trick to heighten the depth of flavors in plant-based dishes? Use ingredients that offer a pop of umami, say Bridget Lancaster and Jack Bishop of America’s Test Kitchen, who have released the new cookbook The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook. Umami (which means “delicious” or “yummy” in Japanese) is the name of the savory flavor in meat and …

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