Happy New Year!
This is a day when many people think about changes. Big changes and small changes.
This is a day when some people think about trying a vegan diet for 21-days, a month, or for a lifetime.
This is the day I decided to share a really fun new cookbook by Molly Patrick and Luanne Teah.
Bold VEGAN: Food for the Body & Soul, with a forward from Dr. Neal Barnard (and an endorsement from yours truly!), is packed with 90 recipes that will knock your socks off. The recipes are accessible, comforting and super-creative. I particularly love that each recipe has a difficulty rating of 1 through 5, i.e. the Jalapeno Lime Slaw is rated 1, the Roasted Root Veggies are 2, the Mushroom Stroganoff is 3, the French Onion Soup is 4, and the Veggie Pot Pie is 4 and 1/2. You can skim through this book and, based on how much time you want to spend in the kitchen, find just the right recipe to make.
The recipes are broken out into the following categories:
- Good Morning Sunshine! (Breakfast)
- Bowls of Goodness and Yum (Soups & Stews)
- I’m Hungry! (Main Meals)
- A Little Extra Love on the Side (Salads, Sides & Dips)
- I Need Food Now (Super Fast Snacks)
- Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera (Additional Recipes & Miscellaneous)
This colorful cookbook, with lots of photos, is great for veg-curious folks, new vegans, or longer-term vegans.
The authors are extending a special off to you, my dear readers. You can purchase the digital copy of this book for $10 (regularly $14.99) by entering the coupon code boldlove here. (If you prefer a paperback copy of the book, you can order Bold VEGAN: Food for the Body & Soul from Amazon.)
And, if you’re feeling lucky, you can enter to win a FREE copy of the paperback book below. Good luck!