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Book Title: Linda McCartney's Home Cooking|
The author of the book: Linda McCartney
Edition: Arcade Publishing
Date of issue: October 31st 1990
ISBN 13: 9781559700979
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 4.52 MB
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This was the cookbook that enabled me to become a vegetarian. In 1991 I was trying to become a vegetarian after being a meat-eating Southerner for all my twenty-eight years. I did not know very much about cooking and I knew nothing, nothing, about vegetarian cooking. I just knew that I no longer wanted to eat animals.
The problem was that after subscribing to Vegetarian Times, I still disliked most of the vegetarian dishes that I had prepared. They almost always tasted like birdseed mixed with onions, olive oil and kelp. I drove by Wendy's and drooled at the thought of a burger. My nascent vegetarian diet was likely to collapse.
Then, a vegetarian friend introduced me to this cookbook. Greek stew, Beefless Stroganoff, Beefless Burguignon, and other meat-replacement (grillers and the like) recipes enabled me to become a vegetarian without feeling the urge to eat meat. The vegetarian shepherd's pie became a winter-time staple in my diet and I wore out the original copy of this book and had to buy another.
Though I am not especially fond of Paul McCartney's music, his wife changed my life. For that, I am grateful.
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Read information about the authorLinda Louise, Lady McCartney (née Eastman, previously See) was an American photographer, musician, and animal rights activist. She married Paul McCartney of The Beatles on 12 March 1969, and was a member of Wings. The McCartneys had four children together: Heather Louise (from her previous marriage, whom McCartney adopted in 1969), Mary Anna, Stella Nina, and James Louis McCartney. Linda became Lady McCartney when her husband was knighted in 1997.
The McCartneys shared an Oscar nomination for the song "Live and Let Die", which they co-wrote, and she authored several vegetarian cookbooks, became a business entrepreneur (starting the Linda McCartney Foods company) and was a professional photographer, publishing Linda McCartney's Sixties: Portrait of an Era.
She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1995, and died at the age of 56 on 17 April 1998, at the McCartney family ranch in Tucson, Arizona. She left her entire estate to McCartney through a Qualified Domestic Trust Fund.
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