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Vegan Pressure Cooker Cookbook - 70 Amazing & Delicious Vegan Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes (Vegan Plant-Based Recipes) - cover

Vegan Pressure Cooker Cookbook - 70 Amazing & Delicious Vegan Electric Pressure Cooker Recipes (Vegan Plant-Based Recipes)

Chris Burke

Publisher: MarkHollis

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The vegan lifestyle becomes easy when you have unlimited access to good, nourishing and delicious recipes that are easy to prepare and that wouldn't waste your time. The vegan diet meal plan can become really easy and interesting to adhere to when you have a complete, very detailed and easy to read book such as this and a pressure cooker on the side, life can't be more beautiful! The vegan diet has so many weight loss and health benefits which ensure a better life and good health for every vegan. 

This vegan diet pressure cooker cookbook gives varieties of delicious vegan breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes, exotic vegan recipes, beans, soups & chili vegan recipes, vegan rice & pasta recipes and more. It has been carefully written with a simple yet comprehensive approach; with each recipe containing detailed instructions, cook time, preparation time and servings. This vegan diet pressure cooker cookbook will demystify the vegan diet meal plan with several recipes to choose from everyday.
 

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