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The Flexitarian Table

A cookbook for those living with both meat eaters and vegetarians.

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The Flexitarian Table is a cookbook that features inspired meals for vegetarians, meat lovers and everyone in between. Author and Chef Peter Berley wrote this cookbook with the idea of bringing together vegetarians and meat eaters living in the same house. Having various palates and preferences in his own house, Berley can relate to cooking for meat eaters and strict vegetarians at the same time. You can use these recipes to please everyone. One of the key things The Flexitarian Table shows you is how to prepare vegetarian and meat dishes at the same time without having to do a lot of extra work. Another helpful element of The Flexitarian Table is that the recipes are broken out into seasons. This will help you purchase and prepare ingredients that are at the peak of freshness. This book will give you ideas for all types of tastes, so that your vegetarian family members and friends aren’t reduced to eating the leftover vegetables that the rest of the family didn’t finish.

PRO
  • Offers recipes classified by season for freshness
  • Encourages the use of the freshest ingredients at all times
  • Offers a way to cook for meat eaters and vegetarians within the same meal
  • Gives a list of the vegetables and fruits that are available each season
  • Recipes are placed into menus
  • Recipes created by a chef and fellow flexitarian
CON
  • None to speak of
DIET and NUTRITION

The Flexitarian Table is a cookbook highlighting recipes that can be made at the same time for those that are meat eaters, vegetarians and those in between. The recipes are categorized by season so that you can get the freshest ingredients possible year round. Some of the recipes included in this book are:

  • Lentil and Rhubarb Curry with Potatoes and Peas
  • Cucumber Lime Raita
  • Naan bread
  • Artichoke, Potato and Leek Gratin
  • Goat Cheese Frittata with Spiced Red Onion Marmalade
  • Shaved Spring Vegetable and Apple Salad
  • Smoked Salmon/Sun-Dried-Tomato Croque Monsieur
  • Spring Greens in Dill Vinaigrette
  • Navy Bean, Fresh Pea and Leek Soup
EXERCISE

There is no exercise guidance offered in The Flexitarian Table.

CONCLUSION

The Flexitarian Table not only offers some great recipes, it also includes cooking techniques and explanations of how to find the highest quality ingredients. Those living with a mixture of meat eaters and vegetarians can now be at ease when preparing meals. Cooking for all members of your family doesn’t have to take a lot of additional time and effort with this useful cookbook.

Common Misspellings

Flexibletarian cookbook, flexitarian diet, fleixtarian cookbook, fleix cookbook


Related Diets: The Flexitarian Diet, Cooking Light Way to Cook Vegetarian, Super Natural Every Day, The Food Matters Cookbook, The Meat Lover's Meatless Cookbook


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