Veggie-licious Spring Summer
Yes, it’s the seasonal sequel to Veggie-licious Autumn Winter!
Both books can help you eat a more plant-based intake….
I’m super-passionate about getting people to eat more plant-based foods. Why?
Well, it’s healthiest for us and our environment.
With regards to our health, a predominantly plant-based intake can:
• help prevent cancer
• prevent or reverse heart disease
• prevent and improve control in type 2 diabetes
• increase energy and vitality
• improve circulation, sleep and mood
• promote healthy digestion….and more!
Included in this 144 page cookbook:
- The benefits of a plant-based intake
- How to achieve all of your nutritional requirements when eating a plant-based diet
- Where to find protein in plant-based food
- A cooking time guide for different legumes
- How to sprout legumes
- Tips on eating seasonally in Spring and Summer
- Tips on how to make fabulous salads using legumes and grains
- A detailed glossary
- A list of pantry items that you will need to cook the recipes
- A four-week dinner planner, including tips on how to organise your week’s intake to save time
Plus more than 40 delicious, easy to prepare recipes – dips, burgers, wraps and stacks, main meals and more than 16 gorgeous salads.
In fact I would like to share with you one of the delicious salad recipes from my new book…
It’s one of the variations on my Super Simple Kale – Kale Slaw
It’s a gorgeous summer salad that is quick to prepare and teams well with any of the veggie burgers in my book or on this site 🙂
We served it at a barbecue this past weekend and it was super popular
It is just one of more than 40 recipes in this delicious book….
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- 1 medium-sized bunch of curly kale
- 2 large carrots, grated
- ¼ small red cabbage, finely sliced
- ¼ cup fresh mint, roughly chopped
- ¼ cup mixed seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, linseeds and chia seeds)
- ¼ cup lemon juice
- ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
- 2 tablespoons sweet chilli sauce
- Remove the tough, centre stem of the kale leaves and discard.
- Wash kale well. You may need to use several changes of water to do this.
- Dry as best as possible.
- Chop kale leaves finely, place in serving bowl along with carrot, cabbage and mint
- Make the dressing - add lemon juice, olive oil and sweet chilli sauce to a jar with a tight fitting lid. Shake well.
- Pour dressing over and ‘massage’ into the kale using your fingers.
- Sprinkle with the mixed seeds just before serving.