Ahead of its time, the hardback of this book (titled Fast, Fresh and Fabulous) was much more than a collection of recipes from Britain's most respected vegetarian author. It offered inspiring, mouth-watering dishes that also had a low GI rating. Now available in an updated paperback format, Rose shares the secrets of healthy vegetarian and low-GI living. She gives essential information on living as a healthy vegetarian or vegan, whether you want to lose weight, feed your baby or start eating well to look younger and live longer. Inspired in particular by Mediterranean and Far Eastern cuisine, she combines an abundance of organic vegetables with fresh herbs, exotic spices, beans and grains to produce simple, delicious, energizing dishes. Rose also gives ideas for menu-planning, whether it's for fast, afterwork meals, or celebratory dinner parties. Beautifully illustrated with over 50 stunning recipe shots, this cookbook will inspire and delight vegetarians, non-vegetarians, and those wanting to follow a low-GI diet.
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(246mm x 191mm x 13mm)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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Author Biography - Rose Elliot
Rose Elliot is an internationally renowned authority on vegetarian cooking. A passionate vegetarian since she was a child, Rose published her first book, Simply Delicious, in 1967. Since then Rose has written over 50 cookery books, which have sold all round the world and opened the eyes of thousands of people to the health-giving benefits of vegetarian and vegan lifestyles. Rose has also contributed to many magazines and newspapers, has appeared on numerous radio and television shows and demonstrates at cookery shows all over the UK. Since writing Fast, Fresh and Fabulous for BBC Books, she has written 2 books for Octopus and, most recently, The Vegetarian Low-Carb Diet and accompanying cookbook for Piatkus. She has a weekly column in the Guardian, in the Saturday Weekend section, and writes for a new monthly magazine called Lifescape.