By way of background, I am an experienced - albeit not a gourmet - cook, with a wish to have more vegetarian options in my repertoire. I’m glad you found it worthwhile to acquire some for your muffins! Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone at Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2019. This is a revision of the award winning classic, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. I will be in Seattle, though, and as soon as I know when and where exactly, I’ll put it on my website. 5 Stars! Such a thorough teaching cookbook! The sort of recipes that everyone loves, even non-vegetarians. I really have converted some die hard meat eaters with your delicious recipes. I grew up in Santa Fe and when I was in junior high me and a couple of my friends would go to Café Escalara after we got out of school. Be the first to ask a question about The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. 5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful addition to already having the New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Each book has a full description and a direct link to Amazon for the Page 3/24. I've been very pleased with this book's flavors, interesting combinations of vegetables, and clear instructions. I was sent a copy of the book for review though Net Galley, as always, all opinions are my own. We now have coconut oil and a coconut beverage along with almond, rice, hemp and other dairy substitutes. For people who truly want to learn to cook. Love those, too. This is my most favorite cookbook and I use it almost every day. Whatever your personal approach, I hope you enjoy The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. She thoroughly explains everything. Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone is in every way Deborah Madison’s magnum opus, featuring 1,400 recipes suitable for committed vegetarians, vegans (in most cases), and everyone else who loves good food. (It's long. It says "make sure the vegetables are evenly spaced in the bottom of the pan in an even layer while cooking-if they’re too close together and are touching, it won’t cook evenly and will stick to each other.” I love that attention to detail. Been using it for years. I know a good cookbook when I peruse one. This cookbook is all business: no pretty glossy pictures that take up half the book; it's just recipes, recipes, and more recipes. Great book. This 10th-anniversary revamp of the famous cookbook gets rid of any outdated techniques and includes ingredients that weren’t widely available back when the first edition was published in 2007 (like oat milk instead of soy milk).