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Redefine healthy with 100 recipes for a whole food, plant based diet
Welcome to the whole food, plant based diet (WFPB), a celebration of fresh produce, whole grains, and rich natural flavor. The WFPB Cookbook is bursting with tips and recipes to prove that you don’t need meat, artificial ingredients, or a ton of salt, oil, and sugar to enjoy food. Eating well doesn’t mean eating boring.
From classic American comfort foods like mac and cheese and pizza to globally inspired cuisine like masoor dal and chickpea gyros, the dishes in this plant based diet book showcase a variety of flavors and health benefits. Learn how to use WFPB ingredients to their full potential and enjoy simple meals that taste good―and are good for you.
This plant based diet cookbook helps you:
- Discover WFPB―Get the scoop on everything you need to know about a proper plant based diet, from the different health benefits, to the nitty-gritty on ingredients like soy.
- Harness natural flavor―Learn how to enhance the overall taste and nutrition of your meals with techniques like oil-free sautéing and tempering spices without salt.
- Get prepped―Find practical tips for grocery shopping and food storage, along with the kitchen tools and tricks you’ll need for WFPB cooking success.
Explore the benefits of a plant based diet, and learn how to make it even more wholesome and delicious!
From the Publisher
Savor the flavor without relying on salt, oil, and sugar:
Whole Wheat Blueberry Muffins
The lemon zest and earthy spices in these muffins will fill your home with intoxicating aromas. A blend of flours provides nutrients and flavor. Dates and applesauce take the place of sugar and oil.
Spicy Soba Noodles With Sesame Peanut Sauce
Soba noodles are made using buckwheat flour, which is naturally gluten-free and has a notable nutty flavor that pairs well with sesame, peanuts, peppers, and even mango. This noodle bowl can be customized based on what you have available in your refrigerator or what produce is in season.
Ancient Grains Salad
Ancient grains are making their way back into kitchens because of their nutritional benefits and flavor. Farro and Rye berries are nutrient-dense and offer a high amount of soluble fiber, which aids digestion and blood sugar levels.