Plant-Protein Recipes That You’ll Love

Enjoy the goodness and deliciousness of 150+ healthy plant-protein recipes!

Plant-Protein Recipes That You’ll Love

Discover affordable, all-natural plant-based protein recipes that taste good and improve your health in this unique and easy cookbook.

Plant-based proteins are a healthier, more nutritious, and more environmentally friendly alternative to animal protein. But you don’t have to be a vegan or dedicated vegetarian to enjoy the benefits of a plant-based diet. Whether you’re going meatless full time, part time, or only occasionally, you’ll easily find a recipe to power your day.

From hearty breakfasts to satisfying dinners, this cookbook features 150 delicious, budget-friendly, and low-key recipes to fill up and fend off the urge to snack. Each recipe includes ingredients that are easy to find in your local grocery store and detailed nutritional information to help you meet your daily dietary needs. You’ll even find recipes to make your own plant-based protein powders that are free from additives and preservatives. Plant-Protein Recipes That You’ll Love gives you 150 new ways to make your meatless Monday the healthiest, most filling, and most satisfying day of the week!
  • Adams Media | 
  • 240 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781507204535 | 
  • December 2017
List Price £9.49 (price may vary by retailer)

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Carina Wolff
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Carina Wolff

Carina Wolff is a health and nutrition writer based in Los Angeles. She is the author of The Spiralizer Recipe Book and Plant-Protein Recipes That You’ll Love, and is a regular contributor to Bustle. Carina holds a degree in journalism and psychology form New York University. When she’s not writing, doing yoga, or exploring mountains and beaches, she spends her time cooing for her healthy food blog, Kale Me Maybe.

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