Author(s): Del Sroufe
Yes, the bestselling book "Forks Over Knives: The Plant-Based Way to Health" includes a solid foundation of recipes for anyone newly aware of the benefits to be gained from a plant-based diet. But home cooks are hungry for even more delicious, satisfying, from-scratch recipes full of whole plant foods like grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables. That's what this cookbook provides: a full year's worth of meals for anyone hoping to cut out animal products, refined oils, and processed foods for the sake of their health. The recipes are eclectic, global, low fat, often gluten free, and simple to prepare, relying on common ingredients that anyone can find in their local grocery store. These recipes will take readers through an entire year with recipes that rely often on seasonal produce and always on the fundamental building blocks of a plant-based diet.
Covering breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even desserts and ranging from everyday classics like Mac and Cheese and Baked Ziti to festive, holiday - ready dishes like Chard and Bean Stuffed Delicata Squash, these recipes will prepare readers to cook the plant-based way every day - starting this year and continuing through a long and healthy life.
Pure elegance. Del s recipes show just how sophisticated plant-based cooking can be. If you think gourmet can t be healthy, be delightfully disproved with this book. Lindsay S. Nixon, author of "The Happy Herbivore Cookbook", " Everyday Happy Herbivore" and "Happy Herbivore Abroad""The recipes in this book are versatile, simple to prepare and, most important, tasty.""" VIVMag "Forks Over Knives meals are good for the body and the pocketbook." Indianapolis Star "The arguments for a plant-based diet in a resource-strapped world are increasingly convincing: It's cheaper, better for the environment, and can be a healthier option." Philadelphia Inquirer
"[Sroufe's] mean green smoothie is a nutrient-rich, fiber-filled, antioxidant-packed dream." "Chicago Tribune" These recipes are so delicious . . . you ll never miss the fat. Our Hen House