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365 Vegetarian Soups

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    Gregg Gillespie(Author)

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From light consommes to creamy chowders, tangy curries to chilled fruit concoctions, readers should find in this book the perfect soup to fit any occasion. Tasty meals-in-a-pot come from recipes inspired by regions as far flung as Japan, Italy, Russia and New Zealand and there are American regional re-copies from New York, New England and the Southwest. Winter soups include hot and sour tofu soup, acorn squash and apple, and roquefort soup with cauliflower. For the summer, there are fresh fruit and vegetable soups such as: chilled curried peach soup, cantaloupe cooler, gazpacho and more. Deserts include chocolate mint soup, cherry wine, or chestnut and amaretto. The book also includes tips on making vegetable stocks, hints on blending complementary flavours and suggestions for ways to substitute ingredients that may be hard to find.
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  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Gregg Gillespie(Author)
  • Sterling (4 Aug. 2003)
  • English
  • 4
  • Food & Drink

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  • By Phil the scientist on 24 February 2009

    Just thought I would share something about this book that if I had known, I wouldn't have bought it. It has NO PICTURES AT ALL of any of the soups inside! Surely a must for a book of this sort? Annoying!

  • By TonyTheFish on 4 October 2009

    This book is very much 'ok'. If you need an idea for a soup, you will probably find it here. There's nothing inspirational, no great tips or hints, and most annoyingly the book purports to be vegetarian, but suggests the use of chicken stock. Should really have called it 365 vegetable soups, then.Not really sure why the other eviewer requires pictures of the soups, there are not a great variety of serving/presentation options for soup. I usually use a bowl.

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