Try Eating Vegan with 125 Recipes From Vegan Meal Prep
If you are interested in trying to be a vegan, then you should pick up this Vegan Meal Prep. It has 5 weeks of recipes and by then you will have a good idea if it is something that you can do. There are a few things you need to know and you can find some help on WebMD. This book goes over the basic and some really tasty recipes.
Skip the takeout, save money, eat better and prep meals like a pro with 125 healthy and delicious vegan recipes for every meal of the day.
It’s a fast-paced world out there, making it easy to fall into the habit of eating fast food. If you’re vegan (or trying to eat a more plant-based diet) then you’ve got even more of a challenge, since finding vegan options on-the-go is no small feat. The answer is #mealprepping. Meal prepping — the practice of preparing whole meals and meal components for the week ahead — has gained immense popularity in the last few years.
In Vegan Meal Prep, Robin Asbell shares this solution in the form of 125 inventive and inspired recipes for breakfast, lunch, mains, snacks and desserts using vegan ingredients. Armed with five 5-day meal plans, you’ll be happy to avoid sad takeout while saving time and money.
Recipes include Maple Granola with Almonds and Raisins, Tempeh Tacos with Mango Sriracha Sauce, Avocado Goddess Salad with Edamame, and Matcha Pistachio Blondies.
About the Author
Robin Asbell is a chef, food writer, recipe developer, culinary instructor and speaker. She is the author of eight books, including 300 Best Blender Recipes, The Whole Grain Promise, Big Vegan and Juice It! Her writing has appeared in Yoga Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, Real Food magazine, Mother Earth News and Vegetarian Times. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.