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For Meat-free Monday dabblers, weekend (or full-time) wellness warriors, lacto-ovo vegetarians and the super-foodie flexitarian, these Thermomix vegetarian recipes from the Vegetarian Kitchen cookbook make it easy for everyone to introduce more varied plant-based nutrients to their diet.
Most Australians don't meet the recommended intake of five veg and two fruit a day. Even if they're on a vegetarian diet, chips and toast can often be the convenient go-to. So, when our Thermomix Recipe Developers got together to create the Vegetarian Kitchen cookbook, we set them the task of creating vegetarian recipes that make it easy to experiment with newto- you ingredients and boost your health with more nutritious variety.
We're talking easy vegetarian meals you can whip up in 20 minutes on a school night. Quick breakfasts and lazy Sunday brunch ideas. Make-fromscratch pantry basics, like nut paste, almond milk and tahini. Take-towork lunches. Easy vegetarian dinners for entertaining. Flavour-filled side dishes. And delicious desserts to meet your two-a-day target.
This cookbook is perfect if you're getting into Meat-free Mondays, or need some inspiration to get started with a flexitarian diet. And it's essential if you've already converted to eating vegetarian full time and want to boost your intake of those necessary but sometimes not-so-easy-to-include nutrients, such as iron, protein, zinc, vit B12, calcium and omega-3.