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Living Crazy Healthy - Plant-Based Recipes from the Neurotic Mommy

Jennifer Rossano

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Living Crazy Healthy is a collection of creative plant-based recipes that the entire family can enjoy making and eating—together! Recipes include Carrots in a Blanket, Nacho Mac and Cheese, Vegan Alfredo Bow Ties, One Skillet Vegan Helper, Almond Butter Banana Bread Blondies, and so much more!  

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