The I Hate Tofu Cookbook
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96 pages



35 colour illustrations

UK, Ireland, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Central & South America, Caribbean


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The I Hate Tofu Cookbook

35 Recipes to Change Your Mind

Love ’em or hate ’em, foods like kale and tofu incite strong opinions. The first in this new series, I Hate . . . Kale and I Hate . . . Tofu offer redemption to the haters and hope to the lovers. Designed to convert the staunchest of critics, the recipes are easy to follow and unintimidating for novice—and skeptical—cooks. The books include 35 easy recipes that take into account what the haters dislike—texture, smell, taste—to help them open up their minds and change a hate into a love. Or at least a like.

Dishes like Spicy, Lemon Kale; Kale and Walnut Pesto; Cashew, Tofu, and Broccoli Stir Fry; and Salsa and Tofu Breakfast Burrito have the power to convert. With recipes that deliver on the promise of deliciousness, collected in a slim, attractive, and giftable volume, salvation is at hand.


About the Author(s)
Tucker Shaw

After seven years as a dining critic, recipe developer, and food editor at The Denver Post, author Tucker Shaw now oversees feature and entertainment content at the paper, the ninth biggest in the country. He’s written several young adult novels (three for Abrams) and two cookbooks, “Gentlemen Start your Ovens” and “A Man’s Place is Behind the Bar,” both from Chronicle. In 2004, before the advent of smartphones, Facebook or Instagram, Tucker schlepped an actual camera around New York City to photograph everything he ate for a year. The photos were published in a book aptly titled “Everything I Ate.”

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