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If you were going to buy Plenty or Jerusalem, which one would you go for?

asked by ATG117 about 6 years ago

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Rhonda35
added about 6 years ago

Jerusalem - both books are outstanding, yet, since you're asking to choose between the two, I like the fact that Jerusalem is not exclusively vegetarian and the recipes are all accessible for the home cook.

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Reiney
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added about 6 years ago

You can't go wrong with either. Jerusalem tells more of a narrative, and has more variety, whereas Plenty is entirely vegetable-focussed.

My best answer is both :) Ottolenghi writes a really, really good recipe and sets you up for success.

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Monita
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added about 6 years ago

Jerusalem is spectacular to look at and I've been cooking my through the recipes which are really good

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healthierkitchen
added about 6 years ago

Both are terrific, but Plenty has been out long enough that you might be able to find it at a local library and read it without purchasing.

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SKK
SKK
added about 6 years ago

Both!

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