If you live in a household comprised of both meat eaters and vegetarians you probably struggle sometimes to find meals that will satisfy everyone. If this is your situation then you simply must check out One Dish, Two Diets: Recipes for the Hybrid Vegetarian and Meat-Eating Family by blogger and author Julie Hoag. This cookbook contains 40+ recipes that will appeal to meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. With amazing recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between, as well as scrumptious looking pictures, this is a must-have for the vegetarian chef.
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When Julie sent me a copy of her new cookbook I immediately made a list of recipes that I wanted to try. First up was her recipe for Spicy Black Bean & Avocado Roll-Ups. Though it’s technically listed as an appetizer, I made a batch to keep in the fridge and enjoyed these roll-ups as a quick and easy lunch over several days. Two thumbs up for that recipe! Next on my list to try will probably be the Veggie Avocado Egg Salad, followed by the Balsamic Mozzarella and Veggie Cold Pasta Salad. There are several more that I can’t wait to try, but if you want to see them you’ll have to get her book!
Even though we are not a hybrid household I can see how valuable One Dish, Two Diets would be to households with both meat-eaters and vegetarians. For my own situation, I think this cookbook is going to go a long way towards helping me add more veggies into my diet this year. I can’t wait to try several more of these delicious recipes, including a few dessert recipes – because you guys know I love me some desserts.
One Dish, Two Diets is available on Amazon in paperback or ebook, and it’s actually free if you have a Kindle Unlimited subscription – how awesome is that?! If you love trying new recipes this is definitely one you need to add to your cookbook collection.