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ConTenTs Introduction: Moving Veggies to the Center of the Plate • 6 10 Chapter 2: Hearty Soups • 30 Chapter 3: Veggie Pasta Sauces • 56 Chapter 4: Eggs (+ Veggies) for Dinner • 80 Chapter 5: Gratins. Tians & Galettes • 96 Chapter 6: Savory Rustic Tarts • 114 Chapter 7: Veggie Sautés & Ragoûts • 128 Chapter 8: Grains (+ Veggies) for One-Dish Dinners • Chapter 9: Pizza for Dinner • Chapter 10: Chapter 1: Main-Dish Salads • 144 162 Mastering the Basics • 188 214 Index • 216 Acknowledgments • .

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CHaPTER 1: main-dish salads .