The Essential Vegetable Cookbook: Simple and Satisfying Ways to Eat More Veggies (Paperback)

The Essential Vegetable Cookbook: Simple and Satisfying Ways to Eat More Veggies By Sammi Haber Brondo Cover Image


The Essential Vegetable Cookbook is the new standard reference for easy recipes and fundamental information on how to prep, cook, and eat more vegetables every day.

If you don’t know how to prep an artichoke, following a recipe for Artichoke-Stuffed Mushrooms won’t be easy. Equal parts kitchen basics and recipes, The Essential Vegetable Cookbook offers everything you need to incorporate 30 of the most common vegetables into your everyday cooking.

A must-have resource for omnivores, herbivores, and carnivores alike, this vegetable cookbook clearly organizes vegetable profiles and recipes by season for easy reference. Together with guidelines on how to prep, cook, pair, and eat every veggie, each chapter in this vegetable cookbook features 4 quick and simple recipes to make vegetables a staple at your table.

How do you actually cook a pumpkin? What pairs well with asparagus? When is kale in season? The Essential Vegetable Cookbook teaches you all of this and more, with:
  • Seasonal chapter organization that allows for quick and easy reference and promotes seasonal eating throughout the year
  • 30 vegetable profiles that cover flavor profiles, pairings, storage, general cooking methods, and prep guidelines
  • 130 easy recipes that feature short ingredient lists, plus quick prep and cook times to make this the simplest vegetable cookbook

The Essential Vegetable Cookbook teaches you how to slice, sauté, and serve 30 popular vegetables alongside 130 quick and easy recipes.

About the Author

SAMMI HABER BRONDO is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and founder of Nutrition Works NY, a nutrition private practice. Sammi received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. In her practice, Sammi preaches an “all foods fit” approach to nutrition. Sammi believes that, in order for it to be sustainable and enjoyable, a healthy lifestyle should be easy. Sammi lives in New York City with her husband.

Praise For…

"I love Sammi’s cookbook! It includes so many quick and easy recipes, making it absolutely perfect for anyone looking to add more veggies to their meals. This book truly teaches you everything you need to know about vegetables and so much more!"—Keri Gans, RDN, Author of The Small Change Diet

"For the on-the-go professional working in sports year-round, time is of the essence. In this book, Sammi does a great job of curating simple ways to add more vegetables into your diet using simple ingredients. She gives step-by-step instructions that anyone can follow in less than an hour, and each chapter includes a guide to veggies based on the seasons, which is extremely helpful when trying to live a healthy lifestyle."—Mubarak Malik, Director of Performance, NBA

"I LOVE how The Essential Vegetable Cookbook makes eating more veggies quick, fun, and delicious. Fried cauliflower rice, zucchini pizza boats, carrot fries...OH MY! Get this book & you will be veggie-inspired all year long!"—Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN, Author of The Superfood Swap

"I'm always on the lookout for new ways to entice others to enjoy a wide variety of veggies. That's why I'm a fan of The Essential Vegetable Cookbook! It's sort of like a vegetable encyclopedia—it has everything a beginner cook needs to know to begin preparing vegetables, plus clever ideas for experienced cooks. I love the helpful tips for selecting and storing veggies, too."—Jackie Newgent, RDN, CDN, Culinary Nutritionist and Award-Winning Author of The All-Natural Diabetes Cookboo

Product Details
ISBN: 9781641520065
ISBN-10: 164152006X
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: August 14th, 2018
Pages: 282
Language: English


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