Author(s): Kate Bradley
Kenko Kitchen is a stunningly photographed collection of simple, delicious, and healthy recipes which are completely vegan as well as gluten- and refined sugar-free. We all know that we should be eating more vegetables and whole foods, but how do we incorporate healthier choices into our busy everyday lives. In Kenko Kitchen, Kate Bradley shares a range of healthy and delicious foods that are easy to prepare, with ingredients available from the local store. Featuring a host of vegan recipes that are also gluten- and sugar-free for those with fructose and gluten intolerances, and delicious raw food, detoxifying, and macrobiotic recipes, Kenko Kitchen is perfect for everyone from whole foods newcomers to long time whole-foods devotees, health-conscious food lovers, vegans, and those with dietary intolerances. Think nourishing breakfast options such as granolas, porridges, and homemade vegan yogurts; light but filling lunch options such as roasted vegetable salad with cashew "goat" cheese and walnuts; divine dinners such as garlic and kelp king oyster "scallops" with fettuccine and rocket, as well as a host of classic comfort foods with a healthy twist and sweet treats such as chocolate molten puddings. Featuring stunning photography throughout, Kenko Kitchen will show you just how quick and easy it is to whip up mouthwatering and wholesome vegetarian fare that will leave you feeling incredible inside and out.
Descended from generations of farmers on one side and a Croatian family on the other, 23-year-old Kate Bradley was brought up with a grow-ityourself attitude and loves to grow, cook and eat produce from her family's back garden. In 2012, Kate gave up fructose, gluten, animal products and all processed foods, which revolutionised her health and well-being and inspired her to share her approach to eating with the world. Kate started the food blog kenkokitchen.com to share her simple, delicious and healthy whole foods recipes and to inspire other young people to cook and eat healthy, nutritious dishes. The blog has become a huge success and has a great online following. When she is not cooking, eating or blogging, Kate is busy finishing her film and television degree.