Eat Clean Green & Vegetarian

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Wellness warrior Lee Holmes presents over 100 NEW exciting vegetable dishes that your meat-loving family members will love. Each recipe features options for veganising your meal, & displays icons such as wheat & gluten free, dairy & sugar free, vegetarian or vegan. Learn about organic versus conventional, the top ten supercharged vegetables & more.

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Supercharged Food, Eat Clean, Green and vegetarian contains over 120 spectacular Vegetarian recipes all with options to be veganised.

You don’t need to love yoga, kale or horsetail braids to enjoy vegetarian. Vegetables are our nutritional heroes: delicious, high-fibre and packed with essential vitamins and minerals. I invite you to put vegetables front and centre at mealtimes and enjoy their curative benefits with simple and easy, deliciously tasty recipes.

We’ve known long enough that you don’t need to be a vegetarian to enjoy vegetables. But, importantly, the book embraces using vegetables as healing instruments in your life.

Eat Clean, Green & Vegetarian contains delicious and nutritious recipes from veggie-infused drinks and snacks-on-the-go to satisfying meals and tempting desserts.

In this book, I’ve ensured that each recipe can be adapted to suit individual dietary needs, with icons indicating vegan, wheat-, gluten-, dairy-, or sugar-free for quick and easy reference.

For every recipe, I include information about nutritional value of ingredients, how they should be stored and how to prepare food for optimum health.

I provide a shopping guide and meal planner to help you get on your way too.

This is a complete guide to creating delicious, healthy and curative meals.

Eat Clean, Green & Vegetarian lays it all out on the kitchen table to satisfy both your stomach and your soul.

 
 

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