50 Respondents Vegetarian / Vegan
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50 RespondentsVegetarian / Vegan
|13 Responses to Option A|
This option is more direct and to the point about what the book is. The other title is a little too long for me and I don't think I'd finish reading the title before deciding on a different book.
Neither appeal to me but I like cooking so I went for a
I chose A even though the title is simpler and ornate than option B because it seems more inclusive and general therefore making it more likely to attract a broader group of people compared to B, which is creative, but overly specific and somewhat excluding.
Option A is simple and straight to the point
Option B has a title that is way too long. It made me feel bored just reading it. Option A went straight to the point and I prefer that.
It sounds more friendly, like everyone can read it
I've found that most recipes or cookbooks that use too many words are either too complicated or not as tasty as they sound. I just want a simple recipe, not a geography lesson.
I prefer Kosher vegetarian food in the title.
Seems more interesting.
Well I would love both but A might be easier for me to use and cook with. I know a bit about Kosher foods and cooking.
Simple and short but meaningful, more suitable for a title.
the title seems less redundant and more clean overall
I prefer the shorter, more direct title that says exactly what I should expect from the book.
|37 Responses to Option B|
not everyone knows what kosher means
I love the description of olive trees and honey. Yum!
I love the title, it brings actual images to mind.
sounds better and more varied.
It is more descriptive.
Option B has a more "catchier" title than option A, but it might be a little too long for a title.
The second option sounds way more interesting and is much more detailed than the first option. A treasury of vegetarian recipes? Sign me up!
A is too vague.
You know exactly what you're getting with option B
I prefer B because I am interested in food from different cultures (including Jewish communities). A seems less relevant to me because I'm not Kosher (although I am vegetarian)!
Because Option B has specific flavors, (olive, honey) it's much, much more appealing and enticing.
I love the title about olive trees and honey. It sounds appetizing and accessible. Option A seemed dry and boring.
Olive Trees and Honey sounds more tasty and evocative of something good to eat.
I like that I can tell this cookbook will include a wider variety of recipes as they are taken from all around the world.
B is more detailed and rich description and evokes tradition
I just like it better, it is more descriptive, not so boring.
B is a little wordy, but any recipe could be kosher and not necessarily Jewish.
More descriptive, less bland, more unique
sounds way more interesting.
It sounds a little too wordy, but I like the fact that it has a description about what type of recipes will be included in the book.
The title is much more descriptive and interesting.
Title is more in depth
title is more original and interesting
Its different. The other one A is boring. Just like a lot of other titles.
I liked how it had a mixture of a culture and food items.
It sounds like a richer title that better reflect the topic.
Somewhat too wordy but prefer this to the A being a little too simplistic
Even though I am not Jewish, I would want to check out this book because of the recipes around the world/
It sounds really interesting and international! Since I'm not Jewish I'm not so specifically focused on eating kosher, but book B sounds like interesting recipes that any vegetarian could try and like, whether they keep kosher or not!
When I see the word kosher I think of food that does not taste good that is prepared only by people of Jewish ethnicity for religious preferences, the other title makes me think it's more mainstream
Ethnic and vegetarian
This title is more interesting and evocative - the other option is bland and boring.
It's long and wordy but it is more secular and descriptive than option A
I am vegan and avoid honey so I would initially be inclined to skip the book, but the the title still draws me in. I like it.
I think "Kosher Vegetarian Cooking" sounds bland and uninspiring, whereas Option B is much more inviting and I'm guessing the recipes therein would be much more varied than Option A, since Option B's recipes are worldwide. Also, with Olive Trees in the menu, I'm guessing there would be many Mediterranean dishes as well.
Option B vegetarian recipes from Jewish communities sounds much more intriguing and sounds more like trying out regional dishes than just kosher vegetarian stuff which could be just about anything that's kosher and vegetarian.
B sounds more inviting and exotic. A isn't very inspiring.