Scandinavian Green: Simple Ways to Eat Vegetarian, Every Day by Trine Hahnemann

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  • Red cabbage, apple and pomegranate salad

    • debkellie on February 18, 2021

      I reckon the photo was taken before the salad was dressed, or a different dressing was used. The pomegranate molasses and balsamic vinegar made for a very dark dressing which IMHO detracted from the look of the salad, and really not impressed with the flavour.

  • Cabbage dolma

    • mjes on August 29, 2021

      This is an old Swedish dish meaning that in the early 1700s it was brought from Istanbul - cabbage and potato rather than grape leaves and rice. Pair it with the turnip-apple salad and it passes as a luncheon entree. Solid Scandinavian flavours, easy to make, delicious to eat.

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  • Eat Your Books by Jenny Hartin

    This book may be my favorite vegetarian title of 2020. It is gorgeous and filled with recipes that vegetarians and carnivores alike will enjoy.

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  • ISBN 10 1787135403
  • ISBN 13 9781787135406
  • Published Oct 15 2020
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom, United States
  • Publisher Quadrille Publishing

Publishers Text

Scandinavian Green is a beautifully inspiring exposition of eating plants.

In this timely book, Trine has created naturally inspiring recipes that make fruit and veg shine so brightly that home cooks will lose the habit of making meat the hero of the dinner plate. In a nod to the Scandinavian way of eating, the book offers over 100 vegetable-focused recipes and incredible photography – shot over a whole year - to encourage anyone wanting to cut down on meat consumption to experiment with a wide range of fruit and veg, to entertain family and friends with plant-based feasts, and to change the focus of mealtimes for a greener way to cook and eat.

The recipes take you through each season and include mains, breads, sweets, pantry staples and some special dishes for cooking outside.



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