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Simple Vegan Kitchen - The easy & vegan way of life - cover

Simple Vegan Kitchen - The easy & vegan way of life

Susanna Wurz

Publisher: Dachbuch Verlag

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Summary

For almost a decade Austrian lifestyle blogger Susanna Wurz has been sharing her life and interests on social media, including fashion, fitness and nutrition. "Simple Vegan Kitchen – The easy & vegan way of life" is dedicated to her greatest passion, cooking. Susanna's motto: With the right ingredients, everyone is able to cook healthy and delicious vegan recipes. She likes to modify classic dishes into updated, healthier versions. When it comes to cooking, there should always be room for creativity, the author says, while having fun is the top priority. Give it a try and find your very own new must-have recipe!

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