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The Spicy Plant-Based Cookbook: More Than 200 Fiery Snacks, Dips, and Main Dishes for the Plant-Based Lifestyle (Paperback)
Take your recipes from bland to bold with these 200 easy, plant-based recipes that are full of flavor for every meal of the day.
Just because your diet is plant-based doesn’t mean that you have to give up on all of your favorite flavors. There are so many meals bursting with spicy flavor that you can enjoy all day long!
The Spicy Plant-Based Cookbook has 200 delicious, mouth-watering recipes that pack a punch with every bite…and keep you feeling healthy and strong. From breakfast to dinner, to desserts and drinks, you’ll find the perfect plant-based recipes that you’ll love to make over and over again. With recipes like jalapeno hash browns to a mango chili sorbet, these spicy dishes are sure to make every spice-enthusiast satisfied.
Complete with easy, step-by-step instructions and plenty of preparation tips, this book has everything you need to add a little extra heat to your favorite healthy, plant-based recipes.
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“Will have your mouth watering for all the right reasons.”
“Take everyday meals from ‘blah’ to ‘bam’! This is the perfect book for vegan and vegetarian eaters – or anyone looking to incorporate more plants into their diet.”