Beans, Lentils & Tofu: 250 Best Recipes

Beans, Lentils & Tofu

Beans lentils & tofu are always on hand at our house. The beans store easily on pantry shelves. Also the art of cooking with tofu is a love of mine and lentils appear in some of our favorite casseroles.
250 best recipes for beans, lentils and tofu Robert Rose Publishers provide healthy, wholesome foods. Like wise, they provide meals for our family suppers that leave us full for the rest of the evening.

Beans, Lentils & Tofu In The Early Years

Growing up in the north, beans and lentils never made an appearance on our menu. Further more tofu was not even a word in my vocabulary.

Closed Minded Youths

In those early years potatoes not beans were an acceptable meat alternative. As a result among my generation our mind set was closed and unadventurous.

Our high school cafeteria became aware of this when serving black-eyed peas, greens and grits.

I remember watching my full lunch plate joining the other rejected meals on the conveyor belt going back to the kitchen untouched. As a result, it was never served again.

The Appearance of Beans, Lentils & Tofu in Adulthood

Adult hood brings new friends new places and new food experiences. I am glad I am now broad minded enough to give other foods a chance. By the same token, my world to new cultural food experiences has made me eating less routine and amazing.

250 Best Beans, Lentils & Tofu Recipes

This recipe book contains meat and meatless meals. Consequently the meat and dairy recipes are easily converted with vegan alternative ingredients.

Excellent tips in cooking beans in different methods is at the beginning of this book while taking the time to educate why these food are great sources to eat for protein and fiber.

Whether looking for appetizers, sides, burgers, curry or chili recipes this book will surprise you with the resources it provides.

Image credit: Colin Erricson

18 Replies to “Beans, Lentils & Tofu: 250 Best Recipes”

  1. Barb Webb

    I can totally relate! Beans were not a part of my childhood meals, aside from the occasional pork n’ beans served with barbecue. Don’t even think I knew what a lentil was until adulthood! Now, glad to discover the endless varieties. This cookbook sounds like an excellent resource!

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    • Grace Post author

      I am so glad you had a beanless childhood too. I wasn’t sure if I was the only one that had such a protected childhood. LOL

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    • Grace Post author

      I love my new vegan life style and with all these great recipes it is not hard at all to get a balanced meal that fills us up.

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  2. Crys

    I never had beans, lentils or tofu growing up. Come to think of it, I’m not sure I’ve ever had lentils or tofu, still! Recipe sounds great, I may just have to try!

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    • Grace Post author

      Psst tofu peanut butter pie will win you over to the tofu side in an instant. There are some great recipes that will win over any resistor of beans in this cook book.

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    • Grace Post author

      I am now a bean lover as well and look back at those ‘dark years’ as a loss. It is a great cookbook.

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  3. callista83

    I didn’t eat beans or lentils till I was an adult so I know what you mean. They seem like grown up foods. Glad there is a cookbook out there that helps you get started with them.

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    • Grace Post author

      I am more of a fan of lentils when they are in a casserole but I am fixing more lentils and adding more variety of spices which I love.

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  4. A Nation of Moms

    These sound so delicious and are a great way to get in good nutrition with veggies and lentils and beans. It’s nice to have these kinds of recipes especially for the colder months too.

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  5. Amy

    Sounds like a great recipe book! We had beans in our house, but mostly refried or black beans. Would love to learn more about how to cook with other beans and lentils!

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