The Easy-Going Plant-Based Cookbook: Simple whole-food recipes for non-chefs, with no added sugar, salt, or fat is full of simple, easy-to-make, whole-food plant-based recipes. Many vegan cookbooks are filled with unhealthful, often complicated recipes that not only don’t include much in the way of whole food but also contain piles of fat, salt, and sugar in one form or another. In contrast, this book offers recipes and tips on how to incorporate these foods into your everyday diet. It is meant for the beginner as well as experienced vegans wishing to expand their food repertoire. It also includes shopping advice, and tips on how to keep it up in social settings and outings, no matter how un-vegan your hometown may be.
“Convenience is king in this cookbook, and most of the recipes are easy to prepare, even for novice cooks… Everything from veggie-based pulled pork to fudge made with a mix of black beans, dates, and cacao powder [these recipes] are made with healthy, easy-to-find ingredients and will fill readers up. Many can also be made in advance and frozen to eat later.” – Kirkus Review
Tom Buschman is a regular working guy from Ohio who was searching for a way to eat healthier. Through several years of research, trial and error, he ditched the fancy cookbooks and figured out how to make WFPB eating simple enough to stick to it under real-world conditions. He is healthier than ever, and now sharing his recipes for others.