Forks Over Knives—The Cookbook: Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating All Through the Year by Del SroufeForks Over Knives, both the documentary and companion book, appeared on the scene in 2011 with an astonishing but simple claim: Following a fully plant-based diet can save your life. By avoiding meat, fish, eggs, dairy, and emphasizing whole, unrefined plant foods, millions of people have begun to notice staggering improvements to their physical fitness, weight, blood sugar and cholesterol levels, lifestyle, and overall health--including preventing, managing, or recovering from illnesses like diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer. 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. Thats what this cookbook provides: A full years 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.
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Tis the season when our Gregorian calendar suggests we take stock of the months past and make plans for the future. What constitutes a healthy diet varies for everyone, but for many the first step in eating healthier is incorporating more fruits, veggies, and whole grains into their daily meals. Whether you call it the Mediterranean Diet, Plant-Based Diet, or just Eating More Plants TM , increasing the number of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains like rice, farro, etc. But how to get started eating more plants? Fortunately I have some excellent cookbook recommendations to help you incorporate more veg into your diet, and some nonfiction books about food to get you motivated to do it! The genius of this book is that the premise is seemingly simple: Pollan follows four meals from the origins of the ingredients to a dinner plate. Along the way he reveals how our food is made and how what we eat is intertwined with our culture, environment, politics, and economy.
Something amazing is happening in the food world right now — vegetables are becoming the cool thing to cook. Chefs, bloggers and home cooks are all embracing more plant-based dishes and one of the great results is an array of dazzling and inspiring vegetable-centric cookbooks. These books are motivating me to cook more plants, while finding new go-to meals I love to eat and am proud to serve. It's not a health-focused cookbook, but rather a celebration of vegetables. Ultra-distance athlete and plant-based advocate , Rich Roll and his chef wife, Julie Piatt, share their recipes, tips and tricks for cooking for a plant-powered family. The Plantpower Way is filled with wholesome, easy-to-prepare meals that keep the whole family in mind. The Vegetarian Flavor Bible.