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Paperback Tofu Cookery Book

ISBN: 0913990760

ISBN13: 9780913990766

Tofu Cookery

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This edition features more than 30 tasty and intriguing recipes with most of the original recipes revised to bring them up to modern day nutritional and cooking standards. These easy-to-follow recipes... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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5 ratings

Comfort food veggie style!

There are lots of pictures in this book which is great - all in color. The funny thing is every time I pick it up it reminds me of my childhood - I think its because the photographs have a 70's early 80s look (which is appropriate since that's when the book was first published). The recipes are comfort type foods like Tofu cutlets, falafels, tofu loaf, tofu Foo Young, lasagne, casseroles, sweet & sour tofu, etc. Maybe not everyone would call them comfort foods but they really remind me of the foods we had growing up (except in these versions without the animal parts). I've only tried a few recipes here and there (e.g. Spinach souffle, baked tomatoes, sloppy joes and a few others) but they've all been good so far and the pictures really are great.

Even my children like these recipes

I bought this book two years ago and I use it about once a week. Most of the recipes are easy to follow and delicious, not fancy. favorites are the potato tofu salad (No one believes that it doesn't contain mayo!) tofu turnovers,EASY fried tofu,(put in a sandwich it tastes a lot like chicken)and Korean Barbeque Tofu - in this recipe I cook the tofu first, until it is tough and then I marinate it, not the other way around. The almond tofu is great as well. If you want to eat more tofu and don't know how to fix it, this is the book for you. There are dips and desserts too, but I haven't made many of those yet...just keep making my favorites over and over.


Louise Hagler's books are excellent. I've been using her recipe books over the last 20 years. The recipes are always down to earth and very easy to prepare. Some vegetarian recipe books are too "gourmet" or "exotic" for my family's tastes. These recipes are great for every day of the week and the ingredients don't have to be purchased at a specialty store, just your neighborhood grocery store. My other favorite book by Louise is "The Farm Vegetarian Cookbook".

This is a "can't do without" cookbook for vegetarians!

I've been a vegetarian for years and have amassed some great cookbooks. But in my opinion this definitely rates as a "must have" for all vegetarians. The recipes are numerous and easy to follow and include tofu recipes for things I would never even imagine.

Good cookbook.

This book has lots of great tofu recipes. It has recipes for desserts, main dishes, quick breads, cookies, side dishes, sauces, dressings, soups, and much, much more. Many of the main dishes are variations on traditional American meals like meat loaf (tofu loaf), and there are Chinese, Korean, and Mexican main dishes too, as well as other cultural dishes like Jewish-style stuffed cabbage rolls. I use this cookbook a couple of times a week and make a few different recipes that are my favorite. It's a cookbook that will definitely be used on a regular basis
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