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Think you’re a veggie hater who could never enjoy vegetables?  Do salads make you wilt? Do sprouts make you shudder? Then this is the cookbook for you!  With the help of the I Hate Vegetables Cookbook, you’ll learn to love vegetables one great recipe at a time. Say goodbye to overcooked and underseasoned vegetables.  Learn to enhance them with flavor-boosting cooking metho Think you’re a veggie hater who could never enjoy vegetables?  Do salads make you wilt? Do sprouts make you shudder? Then this is the cookbook for you!  With the help of the I Hate Vegetables Cookbook, you’ll learn to love vegetables one great recipe at a time. Say goodbye to overcooked and underseasoned vegetables.  Learn to enhance them with flavor-boosting cooking methods and complementary ingredients. Get every recipe right the first time with easy-to-follow instructions, explanations of lesser-known ingredients, and handy tips from pro chefs. Buy this cookbook and become a veggie lover, not a veggie hater! Recipes Include: Comfort Food Classics like Garlic Cheddar Biscuit-Topped Vegetable Pot Pie, Amazing Appetizers like Buffalo Style Oven Roasted Cauliflower, Rich & Creamy Soups like Hatch Chile Chowder and Smoky Sweet Potato Soup, Flavor-Popping Salads like Sugar Snap Pea Salad with Prosciutto, Parmigiano, and Sherry Vinaigrette, Scrumptious Sides like Maple Butter Roasted Acorn Squash with Pecans and Blue Cheese, And so many more! Get your copy of the I Hate Vegetables Cookbook today!


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Think you’re a veggie hater who could never enjoy vegetables?  Do salads make you wilt? Do sprouts make you shudder? Then this is the cookbook for you!  With the help of the I Hate Vegetables Cookbook, you’ll learn to love vegetables one great recipe at a time. Say goodbye to overcooked and underseasoned vegetables.  Learn to enhance them with flavor-boosting cooking metho Think you’re a veggie hater who could never enjoy vegetables?  Do salads make you wilt? Do sprouts make you shudder? Then this is the cookbook for you!  With the help of the I Hate Vegetables Cookbook, you’ll learn to love vegetables one great recipe at a time. Say goodbye to overcooked and underseasoned vegetables.  Learn to enhance them with flavor-boosting cooking methods and complementary ingredients. Get every recipe right the first time with easy-to-follow instructions, explanations of lesser-known ingredients, and handy tips from pro chefs. Buy this cookbook and become a veggie lover, not a veggie hater! Recipes Include: Comfort Food Classics like Garlic Cheddar Biscuit-Topped Vegetable Pot Pie, Amazing Appetizers like Buffalo Style Oven Roasted Cauliflower, Rich & Creamy Soups like Hatch Chile Chowder and Smoky Sweet Potato Soup, Flavor-Popping Salads like Sugar Snap Pea Salad with Prosciutto, Parmigiano, and Sherry Vinaigrette, Scrumptious Sides like Maple Butter Roasted Acorn Squash with Pecans and Blue Cheese, And so many more! Get your copy of the I Hate Vegetables Cookbook today!

30 review for I Hate Vegetables Cookbook: Fresh and Easy Vegetable Recipes That Will Change Your Mind (Cooking Squared Book 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fawn Hartjoy

    The title of this book, as well as the thought of learning new ideas about cooking vegetables, prompted me to investigate this cookbook. I was not disappointed. Where do I start? First of all, I like that it is geared towards people who are gluten-free. Many vegetable recipes are inherently GF, but this book gives you the ingredients you need to make it so...if it is not. I am GF and these recipes are right on track. The "Frequently Asked Questions" section was good. I would only add that cautio The title of this book, as well as the thought of learning new ideas about cooking vegetables, prompted me to investigate this cookbook. I was not disappointed. Where do I start? First of all, I like that it is geared towards people who are gluten-free. Many vegetable recipes are inherently GF, but this book gives you the ingredients you need to make it so...if it is not. I am GF and these recipes are right on track. The "Frequently Asked Questions" section was good. I would only add that caution with BPA-lined cans is something to consider, as well as sodium in shopping for canned vegetables. Some other good things in this book are offering substitution suggestions when something may not be available; the "know your ingredients" sections after recipes that may have an ingredient you are unfamiliar with, such as aquafaba, black radishes, and tahini; suggestions to use up leftovers from your recipes, such as: "5 Ways to Use Cucumber Raita" and "5 Ways to Use Cooked Collard Greens"; and good explanations of cooking methods, such as explaining that "slightly thickened" is the consistency of real maple syrup and giving the size of a baking dish as "2-quart", rather than just saying a "medium-size dish". All of these things help to make a cook that is not as familiar with cooking be able to have better success. I wanted to make more than the three recipes that I tested this week, but I ended up making the Fried Okra, Roasted Yellow Squash, and the Garlic Cheddar Biscuit-Topped Vegetable Pot Pie. I didn't really need a recipe for the okra, but I followed this one since I was testing and I had fresh okra from the garden. I am not used to putting flour in with the cornmeal, but that was fine. What did not turn out as I was expecting was no liquid added to the okra to help the coating adhere. So I would say that the okra turned out edible....we ate it all...but a lot of the breading was lost in the bowl since it did not make it to the frying pan. The squash recipe was so simple, yet fabulous. I had never really thought of roasting summer squash. Probably because I avoid things that heat up the oven in the summer, but this was worth it. Very tasty and it would be delicious on a veggie sandwich. I made the Pot Pie for supper tonight and have mixed feelings on it. I cut the recipe in half but did not halve the seasoning and I still think it needed more flavor. True that seasoning is an individual thing and others may think it is fine. I thought it was a bit bland, but then I remind myself that Pot Pie is comfort food and I do think this recipe would fit that bill. Another thing that surprised me was how much the crust puffed up. It was not all that thick when I put it on top of the filling, but it was very thickly layered when it was finished baking. My tasters liked it OK but agreed that they would like a little more flavor. I plan on making more recipes from this helpful cookbook when the vegetables come in season. I am especially looking forward to trying the Baked Sriracha Sweet Potato Fries and the Brown Butter Lemon Roasted Brussels Sprouts. After reviewing this book and testing some of the recipes, I would give it 4 1/2 stars and recommend it to people looking for some more ways to eat their vegetables....whether they have a lot of cooking experience, or not so much. I was given a copy of this book to review and all the opinions are mine alone.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kiki Lemons

    I have three teens that act like they are ingesting aliens if you make vegetables. I found the cookbook to try and change that. I tried a stand alone recipe to test the theory, rather than starting with a casserole. I tried Spicy Garlic Cauliflower & Broccoli. I actually stepped it up a notch by using the blend with Carrots, Zucchini, Squash in it as well. Since we live in Louisiana, spice is welcome in any meal. The recipe was low cost, and super easy. Not only did they eat the vegetables, but I have three teens that act like they are ingesting aliens if you make vegetables. I found the cookbook to try and change that. I tried a stand alone recipe to test the theory, rather than starting with a casserole. I tried Spicy Garlic Cauliflower & Broccoli. I actually stepped it up a notch by using the blend with Carrots, Zucchini, Squash in it as well. Since we live in Louisiana, spice is welcome in any meal. The recipe was low cost, and super easy. Not only did they eat the vegetables, but did not try to hid them or trash them. The feedback was positive. I am going to try more, since there are many amazing looking recipes, like a veggie sandwich with grilled veggies and buffalo baked cauliflower. Mmmmm. It works with my teens, that gives me hope for civilization!

  3. 4 out of 5

    David Schirmacher

    Another amazing book by Katie with wonderful and tasty recipes that will have your mouth watering. I don't normally eat alot of veggies but this changed my mind! Another amazing book by Katie with wonderful and tasty recipes that will have your mouth watering. I don't normally eat alot of veggies but this changed my mind!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kat Ryker

    This cookbook is getting a five star review from me for a number of different reasons. I've lately reviewed a bunch of different cookbooks on things as varied as InstaPot cooking and Keto diets, but this one is the sort of cookbook that will appeal to just about anyone who has children of ANY age who wrinkle their nose at vegetables. Everyone does, including some adults I know. I received a copy of this cookbook from Hidden Gems and this review is quite voluntary. In fact, this was a fun review t This cookbook is getting a five star review from me for a number of different reasons. I've lately reviewed a bunch of different cookbooks on things as varied as InstaPot cooking and Keto diets, but this one is the sort of cookbook that will appeal to just about anyone who has children of ANY age who wrinkle their nose at vegetables. Everyone does, including some adults I know. I received a copy of this cookbook from Hidden Gems and this review is quite voluntary. In fact, this was a fun review to do. The first thing I noticed is that, interspersed with the recipes, are "know your ingredients" notes. In that explanation, you learn a lot about the ingredient that you will be using. For example, I'd never used chick pea flour, so the explanation of how it is made and why I was using it, was extremely helpful. Tahini, which I use often, and usually have trouble finding, is defined and used within this cookbook. But the real reason it got the five stars is because the recipes were easy to follow and delicious to eat. Out of the book, I made: Zucchini fries, Grape Tomato Blue Cheese Crostini (yep, I know that doesn't sound but it was freaking delicious), Creamy Tomato Artichoke dip, and Garlic Cheddar Bisquit Topped Vegetable Pot Pie, as well as California Broccoli Salad. As I was making these, I found that everything in the instructions was accurate, I was able to follow along and I did not run into phrases or instructions that I could not understand. I also appreciated the gluten-free aspect. Most of the recipes contained therein are gluten-free, and the ones that aren't? The author has given you to methods to use to MAKE the recipe gluten-free. In this day and age, help like that is most appreciated. The only drawback of this book is the lack of pictures in the Kindle version. This may be different with other versions, and that is why I'm not deducting a star because of it. BUT, even without the pictures, the dishes I tried turned out very well, were delicious, and were well-enjoyed. Something that off-set the lack of pictures was a clickable Table of Contents that took me right to the proper recipe each time. Over all I would recommend this cookbook to anyone who wants a great list of vegetable dishes that can be prepared successfully and do not require anyone to be a chef to do it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten Hinds

    No pictures. That’s not an end all but it’s definitely a big deal to me in a cookbook. Some of the recipes need editing. Beyond that, most of the recipes are either too simple or too complex for this veggie novice (who I feel this book is marketed to). I wanted a book that focused an a variety of vegetables and easy ways to make them delicious. That gets me started on the organization of this book. I would have gone with an organization style by veggie or something. I would also have been okay w No pictures. That’s not an end all but it’s definitely a big deal to me in a cookbook. Some of the recipes need editing. Beyond that, most of the recipes are either too simple or too complex for this veggie novice (who I feel this book is marketed to). I wanted a book that focused an a variety of vegetables and easy ways to make them delicious. That gets me started on the organization of this book. I would have gone with an organization style by veggie or something. I would also have been okay with a book where the easy recipes are lumped together and progressively get more complex as you read on but She chose appetizers, soup/salad and three dinner categories. A couple of the recipes that appeared in dinner were: sweet potato fries, creamed corn, spicy cauliflower and broccoli. These recipes seem great and I know vegetarian meals will look different than a meat centered meal, however, these are not a meal! They are sides so I was just confused with why each recipe was in each section. Also, this book is not a vegetarian book in actuality so there could have been a better mix of recipes with meat that are veggie heavy. The most valuable part was the recommended reading page. I will admit I haven’t tried any of the recipes yet so as I give them a go the next two weeks, I may change my song because a poorly written, boring looking, unorganized cookbook with amazing recipes is at least a step up.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Let me start by saying my 15 year old stepson HATES spinach, peas, and carrots. I have been looking ALL OVER for a cookbook to jazz up some vegetable dishes. So when I received this cookbook first thing I did was immediately look for recipes with stuff I know he doesn't like. (haha call me evil stepmom if you want) I got all the ingredients to make the Veggie Lasagna. Now I will have to add I did add hamburger to this, no one in my house was happy with all veggie. Seeing as we are not vegan or ve Let me start by saying my 15 year old stepson HATES spinach, peas, and carrots. I have been looking ALL OVER for a cookbook to jazz up some vegetable dishes. So when I received this cookbook first thing I did was immediately look for recipes with stuff I know he doesn't like. (haha call me evil stepmom if you want) I got all the ingredients to make the Veggie Lasagna. Now I will have to add I did add hamburger to this, no one in my house was happy with all veggie. Seeing as we are not vegan or vegetarian, we had no issues adding meat. The directions were pretty easy to follow, in this recipe I left out the kale and added extra spinach. We are not kale fans. Everything went together well and came out so good. (even though I added meat, I think it would still be amazing without the meat.) The cashew sauce was actually a hit! I was very surprised that my picky eater had seconds. Absolutely recommend this cookbook and am pumped to cook more from it! Next recipe will be the Buffalo Style Oven Roasted Cauliflower. ------------- I received this item at no cost to me in exchange for my honest unbiased review. Any thoughts or opinions are my own and were no way influenced by receiving it at no cost.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Heather Weeks

    I Hate Vegetables Cookbook by Katie Moseman is a great book for people who are not sure how to cook vegetables. It has a slightly misleading title. At first glance I thought it was a cookbook with recipes that didn't include many vegetables, because the title admits to hating them. This is for people who want to like vegetables, but need inspiration in their preparation in order to get to that point. It would be great for people who are vegetarian for moral reasons, but aren't terribly excited a I Hate Vegetables Cookbook by Katie Moseman is a great book for people who are not sure how to cook vegetables. It has a slightly misleading title. At first glance I thought it was a cookbook with recipes that didn't include many vegetables, because the title admits to hating them. This is for people who want to like vegetables, but need inspiration in their preparation in order to get to that point. It would be great for people who are vegetarian for moral reasons, but aren't terribly excited about it (although some recipes do call for meat, there are vegetarian substitutions). It is also good for picky children, as it transforms eating vegetables from disdainfully pushing steamed broccoli around on their plate, hoping it falls onto the floor so they don't have to eat it, into eagerly chowing down on the very interesting California Broccoli Salad. Included is a section on cooking methods describing how they are done and what each method does to the vegetables. These methods are blanching, grilling, roasting, searing, steaming, and braising. Information about different ingredients is included periodically throughout the book. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I am loving this cookbook so far. While my palate has expanded since I was a picky eater as a child, I still don't eat vegetables as much as I should. I still don't like many of them. This book has helped immensely for me and my kids. I love that it not only gives recipes to make veggies edible (okay it makes them taste GOOD) but it also gives instructions on different ways to cook vegetables. It also answers common questions about how to prep different types of vegetables and what to choose betw I am loving this cookbook so far. While my palate has expanded since I was a picky eater as a child, I still don't eat vegetables as much as I should. I still don't like many of them. This book has helped immensely for me and my kids. I love that it not only gives recipes to make veggies edible (okay it makes them taste GOOD) but it also gives instructions on different ways to cook vegetables. It also answers common questions about how to prep different types of vegetables and what to choose between fresh, frozen, or canned. For someone that doesn't cook a lot of veggies, that info is invaluable. One of my favorites so far is the Onion Ring Caprese Stack. I LOVE Caprese salads and Caprese everything. So this was right up my alley. I had never thought to make it with onion rings before. SO good. And many of the other recipes look just as good. I can't wait to try more. Me. A veggie...disliker...excited to cook and eat veggies. True story. disclosure: I did receive a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. All opinions are completely my own and were not influenced in any way by the author, their affiliates, or any company.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Eva Connover

    I personally love vegetables but my grandkids are kind of picky eaters eventhough we started them as babies with all kinds of veggies as soon as they started to eat solid not pureed food things changed. Now they are 7 and 5 and they sometimes feel adventurous and agree to try something new. For those rare occasions it's amazing to have a whole repertoire to get them to fall in love with veggies. This book is such a comprehensive collection not only of recipes but information regarding vegetables I personally love vegetables but my grandkids are kind of picky eaters eventhough we started them as babies with all kinds of veggies as soon as they started to eat solid not pureed food things changed. Now they are 7 and 5 and they sometimes feel adventurous and agree to try something new. For those rare occasions it's amazing to have a whole repertoire to get them to fall in love with veggies. This book is such a comprehensive collection not only of recipes but information regarding vegetables, "Know your Ingredients " but also methods of cooking them as well. Again the author categorized the recipes as Appetizers, Dips and Spreads, Soups, Salads and Sandwiches, Dinnertime Comfort Foods, Dinnertime Spiced Up and Dinnertime Simply Seasoned. There is something for everyone in this book and if you have a loved one, friend or acquaintance that follows a vegetarian diet this is the perfect holiday gift for them. I downloaded to my Kindle so I take it with me when I travel.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Evans

    I received the “I hate vegetables cookbook-fresh and easy vegetable recipes that will change your mind” by Katie Moseman at no charge to leave an honest review and wanted to love it because I am trying to eat more vegetables and have a son who needs to eat a vegetable. It was just okay in my opinion. I would have preferred to have photographs because I like cookbooks with pictures to show what everything is supposed to look like. This was the first disappointment. It seemed that the recipes were I received the “I hate vegetables cookbook-fresh and easy vegetable recipes that will change your mind” by Katie Moseman at no charge to leave an honest review and wanted to love it because I am trying to eat more vegetables and have a son who needs to eat a vegetable. It was just okay in my opinion. I would have preferred to have photographs because I like cookbooks with pictures to show what everything is supposed to look like. This was the first disappointment. It seemed that the recipes were either common ways of cooking vegetables, like baked sweet potatoes, potato rounds, collard greens and fried okra or it was recipes that I had to seek out an ingredient because it is not commonly carried at my local grocery store. The descriptions in the book of what some ingredients are is nice but photographs would have been more helpful. Overall it was okay, there are a variety of dishes where everyone should find something that they would like.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dan Santos

    Recently, a fellow blogger posted a delicious recipe. I commented that I wish I could cook something other that pancakes and ham and eggs. She wrote back “if you can read, you can cook.” I agree! Katie Moseman wrote this incredibly helpful cookbook. Sure, its purpose is to get you to like eating vegetables; which I must admit aren’t my favorite food. However, the book does a lot more than preach veggies. It actually teaches you how to cook. Did I mention it’s tastefully (pun intended) illustrated Recently, a fellow blogger posted a delicious recipe. I commented that I wish I could cook something other that pancakes and ham and eggs. She wrote back “if you can read, you can cook.” I agree! Katie Moseman wrote this incredibly helpful cookbook. Sure, its purpose is to get you to like eating vegetables; which I must admit aren’t my favorite food. However, the book does a lot more than preach veggies. It actually teaches you how to cook. Did I mention it’s tastefully (pun intended) illustrated. Moseman gives you clear, understandable explanation on the differences between braising, boiling, steaming and sautéing. It introduces to garbanzo bean flour and tells you when you should rinse canned vegetables. And recipes! You also get beaucoup recipes; recipes that will impress the most picky guest. This book just earned a prominent place on my shelf, and I think it will do the same on yours. Thank you, Katie Moseman. Five delicious Stars!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Matt Phillips

    I Hate Vegetables Cookbook: Fresh and Easy Vegetable Recipes That Will Change Your Mind by Katie Moseman is a nice little cookbook for those that love veggies. I was given this as an ebook to read and review and though it didn't make me exactly love all veggies it is a good cook book. My wife loves veggies and couldn't wait to try out some of the recipes. She made most of the recipes in the book and so far she said she loved all of them! I am not a fan of most vegetables but I can say that even I Hate Vegetables Cookbook: Fresh and Easy Vegetable Recipes That Will Change Your Mind by Katie Moseman is a nice little cookbook for those that love veggies. I was given this as an ebook to read and review and though it didn't make me exactly love all veggies it is a good cook book. My wife loves veggies and couldn't wait to try out some of the recipes. She made most of the recipes in the book and so far she said she loved all of them! I am not a fan of most vegetables but I can say that even I enjoyed some of the recipes she made for me to try. I really like how each chapter has an explanation of either a type of vegetable or a way of cooking them. All in all this book is a very nice cookbook for any veggie loving family out there! I would highly recommend this for anybody wanting a few new ideas for cooking vegetables.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Trisha Smith

    The title of this cookbook caught my attention and piqued my interest. I am not a huge fan of veggies, but do enjoy having them with my meals. But getting my family to eat them is such a challenge, and heaven forbid I attempt a recipe with no meat at all! I was very curious about what I could do with the recipes with this cookbook. And I have come to LOVE this author because she does such a great job of not only writing easy to follow informative recipes, but teaches you additional tidbits and f The title of this cookbook caught my attention and piqued my interest. I am not a huge fan of veggies, but do enjoy having them with my meals. But getting my family to eat them is such a challenge, and heaven forbid I attempt a recipe with no meat at all! I was very curious about what I could do with the recipes with this cookbook. And I have come to LOVE this author because she does such a great job of not only writing easy to follow informative recipes, but teaches you additional tidbits and facts to help you better plan and cook. Interspersed throughout are little notes that teach you about the various ingredients and the benefits of them in cooking. I love the few recipes I have tried so far, and my family actually ate them! Color me impressed! Great cookbook and a welcome addition to my collection!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jesse Kimmel-Freeman

    Sometimes getting a balanced meal is hard, especially when one of your kiddos has decided he HATES veggies. I've picked out a few of the recipes to test out. After reading through the different sections, I have to say I am pretty hopeful. There's even some stuff I can eat with only a little to no altering for my very restrictive diet. I do wish there were pictures throughout. I kind of like to know what things *should* look like ... let's face it, sometimes things don't turn out like they should Sometimes getting a balanced meal is hard, especially when one of your kiddos has decided he HATES veggies. I've picked out a few of the recipes to test out. After reading through the different sections, I have to say I am pretty hopeful. There's even some stuff I can eat with only a little to no altering for my very restrictive diet. I do wish there were pictures throughout. I kind of like to know what things *should* look like ... let's face it, sometimes things don't turn out like they should. But I am excited. My kiddo said he'd try whatever I made to see if he liked it - that's a win for me! I definitely recommend it and would say it does make the concept of veggies more inciting for those that don't want to eat them!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Viviana Hall

    As a kid I hated vegetables so much and would always throw them in the trash as a kid when my parents weren’t looking but now I have a better taste to vegetables. I don’t hate them now I just really wanted to read this book and have a better understanding and to come up with new ideas for how to use veggies into my daily meals. I actually really enjoyed reading this book. And I love grilled vegetables, and salads.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lorelei Jones

    I LOVE this book! I truly do Hate vegetables, so this book is an amazing eye-opener of recipes. Definitely NOT your momma's cooking! I am particularly stoked about the wide variety in this book. With recipes like Buffalo Style Oven Roasted Cauliflower, 3 Cheese Broccoli Fritters, and so much more, I can't wait to try them all! Another particular thing about this book is that it teaches you as you go. I've finally roasted my first garlic successfully! Thank you, Katie! I LOVE this book! I truly do Hate vegetables, so this book is an amazing eye-opener of recipes. Definitely NOT your momma's cooking! I am particularly stoked about the wide variety in this book. With recipes like Buffalo Style Oven Roasted Cauliflower, 3 Cheese Broccoli Fritters, and so much more, I can't wait to try them all! Another particular thing about this book is that it teaches you as you go. I've finally roasted my first garlic successfully! Thank you, Katie!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This is a great cookbook full of vegetables! I love the Know Your Ingredients sections. There were many I had no idea what they were or how to use them. I am placing several recipes on my next grocery list. The one thing that would have made this a 5 star for me is if there had been pictures to go along with each recipe. I was gifted an ARC in return of an honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brittany Williams

    I love that I can keep a digital copy of this with me handy while I am cooking. I just moved into my first place by myself and don't know much about vegetables or how to cook with them. Having a cookbook that gives me an assortment of ideas that are easy nonetheless is incredible. The variety of meals is wonderful and the convenience of having it on my electronic device, again, is wonderful! I love that I can keep a digital copy of this with me handy while I am cooking. I just moved into my first place by myself and don't know much about vegetables or how to cook with them. Having a cookbook that gives me an assortment of ideas that are easy nonetheless is incredible. The variety of meals is wonderful and the convenience of having it on my electronic device, again, is wonderful!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wakumelo

    This book was so great to use as a guide to start making tastier meals for our daughter, who has lost her love for veggies. I liked how the recipes made the veggies so much more exciting than just throwing some randoms on a plate. The whole family loved the recipes we've tried so far, and can't wait to try them all! This book was so great to use as a guide to start making tastier meals for our daughter, who has lost her love for veggies. I liked how the recipes made the veggies so much more exciting than just throwing some randoms on a plate. The whole family loved the recipes we've tried so far, and can't wait to try them all!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Quana Muhammad

    I enjoyed reading this book. It's giving me great ideas to stay healthy and not be bored with my meals. Once I start going through the cook I wanted to try some right away. Katie out did herself with this cook. My children enjoy vegetables more now. My daughter eats it and doesn't give her sidekick none.(her dog lol.) I enjoyed reading this book. It's giving me great ideas to stay healthy and not be bored with my meals. Once I start going through the cook I wanted to try some right away. Katie out did herself with this cook. My children enjoy vegetables more now. My daughter eats it and doesn't give her sidekick none.(her dog lol.)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Courtney Brinker

    I got this to check out some new ideas and it turned out better then I ever could have imagined, I managed to get my 8 year old to eat veggies! I have been challenging myself to try new things and try veggies I thought I didn't like but have never actually tried and found several new recipes that will be making regular appearances in my dinner options I got this to check out some new ideas and it turned out better then I ever could have imagined, I managed to get my 8 year old to eat veggies! I have been challenging myself to try new things and try veggies I thought I didn't like but have never actually tried and found several new recipes that will be making regular appearances in my dinner options

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jeannette

    I have many cookbooks, but I don't necessarily read many cookbooks. I made an exception for I Hate Vegetables by Katie Moseman. As a vegetarian, I am always looking for ways to incorporate new vegetables into my life, but I don't always know what to do with them. This cookbook is great for veggie lovers and haters alike. All of the recipes are suitable for omnivore and vegetarian diets. There are thoughtful explanations of some of the more exotic veggies, like Aquafaba (chickpea liquid) and Hari I have many cookbooks, but I don't necessarily read many cookbooks. I made an exception for I Hate Vegetables by Katie Moseman. As a vegetarian, I am always looking for ways to incorporate new vegetables into my life, but I don't always know what to do with them. This cookbook is great for veggie lovers and haters alike. All of the recipes are suitable for omnivore and vegetarian diets. There are thoughtful explanations of some of the more exotic veggies, like Aquafaba (chickpea liquid) and Haricots Verts (fancy green beans), and how to cook with them. The recipes are designed to give you a chance to experiment with these new veggies and the various techniques for cooking them. All around super useful for anyone wanting to incorporate more vegetables in their diet.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    This is a great book for the veggie hater. I have one in my household and even though veggies are tough, if you play around with them, blend them, puree them, etc. you can get them to eat them without knowing lol. Great book, good ideas. Thanks!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Amazing recipes! So many options for veggie dishes, makes eating veggies so easy! There is something for everyone I love the the cooking methods are included, makes it so much easier to follow along and know exactly how to cook the recipes! Very useful info!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Noy Meir

    Good book and recipes! The book explains how to treat vegetables like a main dish and not just the side dish you barely eat with your steak. Great approach for vegetable haters- will definitely try all the recipes!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Denise Little

    Nice recipes A number of tasty and well balanced vegetable recipes using old favorites and new (sunchokes, parsnips, delicate squash, etc.). Well explained and easy to follow. I missed having illustrations of finished dishes, but I liked the recipes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Donegan

    Wasn't what I was looking for and I found the layout pretty poor. But if you can get over a frustrating layout with no pictures, the recipes are fine and it offers an ok variety of simple-ish veggie dishes. Wasn't what I was looking for and I found the layout pretty poor. But if you can get over a frustrating layout with no pictures, the recipes are fine and it offers an ok variety of simple-ish veggie dishes.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Simera

    This is a great cookbook to add to your collection. I will be grabbing this cookbook a lot to add fresh new ideas to adding veggies. I recieved a copy for an honest review.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kerry

    Interesting book with some good recipes that are not too difficult. The only downside is they are in American measuring conversions but these aren't that difficult to figure out! Interesting book with some good recipes that are not too difficult. The only downside is they are in American measuring conversions but these aren't that difficult to figure out!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Little

    Considering my family doesn't like veggies as much as I do...some of the recipes are outstanding and my veggie haters love them. It also has explanations for some of the ingredients!! Considering my family doesn't like veggies as much as I do...some of the recipes are outstanding and my veggie haters love them. It also has explanations for some of the ingredients!!

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