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The Vegan Cookbook For Everybody: 70 Easy Quick Healthy And Plant-Based Recipes For Every Season - cover

The Vegan Cookbook For Everybody: 70 Easy Quick Healthy And Plant-Based Recipes For Every Season

Albert Baker

Publisher: Camille Patterson

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The award-winning chef Albert Baker gives you all the tips and tools to create easy, healthy, nutritional flavorful meals--within thirty minutes or less.   It include Recipes, tips, and strategies for easy, delicious vegan meals every day of the week, from Albert Baker vegan cookbook author.This must have vegan guide will show you how easy it is to pressure cook, steam, saute & slow cooking with your instant pot.   The recipes ingredients is supermarket easy to find and it respects the busy life of most readers. The cookbook is for skilled vegan chefs, to newbie in the vegan pantry, or just cooks looking for some recent ideas, my vegan recipes will make everyone's time in the kitchen fun and productive. 
 
   The Vegan Cookbook For Everybody Include: 
 
GREAT TASTES & WHOLE FOOD―Create delicious vegan plates using real ingredients―not processed substitutes.70 FAST, HEALTHY AND EASY MEALS― Picked from simple and tasty recipes, including Microwave Brownie Mug Cakes, Ramen Noodle Bowls, Blueberry Oat Muffins and Barbecue Cauliflower Wings.VEGAN COOKBOOK ON A BUDGET―This vegan cookbook makes your money go further with serving costs for every recipe, plus tips like supplementing your pantry from the cafeteria.
 
Make Delicious, Quick and Easy Plant-Based vegan meals the easy way with the press of a button. Whether you are a vegan, "vegan-curious," or you want to simply eat delicious food that just happens to be healthy, too, this cookbook is a must-have for anyone who have been waiting to eat well, feel healthy and great and simply glow like a baby!

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