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The BEST Vegetarian Cookbook // plant-based recipes from the 70s



if I had to choose one cookbook it would have to be the Moosewood Cookbook my mom always raves about this vegetarian cookbook she bought in the 80s I always see the Moosewood Cookbook laying around the house and today I'm going to crack it open and try some recipes starting with a ratatouille and I'm not just making it because of the Pixar film full disclosure when I was younger I thought that ratatouille was a dish made out of rat meat and I was convinced that ratatouille the movie was about a group of rats rising up against French chefs I now know the ratatouille is made up eggplant which is good because otherwise I wouldn't be vegetarian now that that's out in the open let's start the recipe to begin our ratatouille I'll start by dicing one white onion slicing up a clove of garlic grabbing a bay leaf and portioning out two tablespoons of avocado oil I'll combine all these ingredients in a Dutch oven and let them simmer on medium heat while they cook I cube one eggplant and once my onions have caramelized I'll toss the cubed eggplant into the Dutch oven I'll slice two bell peppers into thin strips and dice one zucchini once the eggplant has softened I'll add the additional veggies, as well as a can of tomatoes

Listen, I realize ratatouille is not necessarily served over pasta I don't think I'm not an expert, I just told you I once thought it was made of rat meat But I'm gonna be serving my ratatouille over pasta so that this meal fills us up a bit better and I'm using this tagliatelle pasta tagliatelle? I think I'm pronouncing that — no I'm butchering it

I threw my pasta into boiling water uncovered my ratatouille for a few minutes to let the excess water simmer off and once my pasta was done cooking it was ready to serve I'm gonna be honest I thought this shot looked pretty gourmet I wasn't really sure how much I was going to like this meal but after eating it I can safely say it's probably one of my favorite recipes I've ever made critics have gone as far as calling it 'pretty good' all right the second meal is going to be a marinated broccoli and sweet potato dish from the looks of it I'm pretty sure this dish is supposed to go on top of a salad so I'll be throwing it on top of rice with other vegetables as well as my avocado and nuts I started the recipe by slicing my sweet potato and chopping up broccoli florets for the marinade I combined half a cup of avocado oil 3 tablespoons of lemon juice 2 tablespoons of red wine vinegar 1 tablespoon of mustard and 1 tablespoon of maple syrup as well as the clove of garlic I place the veggies on a baking sheet and I mix the marinade by hand word of advice: don't mix lemon juice and vinegar when you have a paper cut now I should point out I kind of messed this recipe up I didn't realize that marinated meant you had to you know marinate the veggies for 3 hours I didn't prepare for this length of time so instead I just poured my marinade over the vegetables and I let it sit for about 20 minutes I then baked the vegetables for 40 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit the meal was good but it didn't really blow me away I think that the marinade could have been a little bit more flavorful it was incredibly tart but the sweet potatoes and broccoli did taste good with the other vegetables and seasoning I had a salad The last recipe that I want to try is a mushroom and carrot loaf I'm guessing this is gonna be kind of like a meatloaf but without the without the meat, obviously? I began the recipe by sauteing diced onions and a mixture of button and King oyster mushrooms in a pan with garlic I prepared my loaf mixture which included 2 cups of breadcrumbs 6 cups of shredded carrots 2 eggs and a cup of cheddar cheese I mixed these ingredients thoroughly please ignore how much of my table top is I did not pick a large enough bowl for the job and then I added in my sauteed onions and mushrooms I threw my loaf mixture into a baking dish and I topped it off with some additional cheese I covered the dish with tin foil and bake to that 350 Fahrenheit for 30 minutes covered and then an additional 15 minutes uncovered this love was really good it was super moist and flavorful I honestly couldn't stop eating it which I feel like is a testament to how delicious it was I feel like it would be a really good dish to bring to a potluck, my family and I polished off that baking dish pretty quickly Out of the three recipes that I tried I think that the ratatouille was definitely my favorite though I will say that the ratatouille that I made was more of like a pasta sauce than a meal that I could really serve on its own

if you guys have a vegetarian cookbook that you love or you would recommend leave a comment down below let me know I would recommend the mix with cookbook mostly because the illustrations are really cute look at that page for the calzone or, hold on or like the entrees page or, hold on I don't know why I'm saying hold on I'm gonna edit this bread pudding all very cute little illustrations I think that's all for me so I'll see you guys next week

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