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The Vegetarian Burger Cookbook by Big Ideas Press appeals to vegetarians, vegans, and individuals who simply want to add more meatless meals to their diets. Our 20, easy-to-follow recipes offer a wide variety of tastes and flavors that excite the palate, as well as, provide essential nutrients for healthy living. Also, included is a vegan substitution resource list.

Enjoy these recipes and more at your next family meal or barbecue!
- Chickpea Quinoa Burgers
- Italian Black Bean Pizza Burgers
- Brown Rice Tamari Burgers
- Grilled Portobello Burgers
- Ginger Lima Bean Burgers
- Spicy Veggie Soy Cheeseburgers
- BBQ Refried Tofu Burgers

Published: Big Ideas Press on
ISBN: 9781301479443
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