If you’ve been following news headlines over the past year, you’ll have seen many climate experts advocating the plant-based diet as a way for individuals to play their part in protecting the planet. If you’re perhaps new to plant-based eating and/or want to find some fresh recipe inspo to help your household eat more veggies, then we’re sharing 6 new plant-based cookbooks that will help you put plants at the forefront of your grocery list.
The Plant-Based Family Cookbook – Claire Swift & Sarah Biagetti
The Plant-Based Family Cookbook is the perfect solution to those picky eaters and vegan diet skeptics everywhere. This book features incredibly flavorful and nourishing options that will help the whole family make healthier choices together.
The Complete Vegetable Cookbook – James Strawbridge
A must-have guide for every cook on how to prepare, store, and cook fresh seasonal vegetables with confidence and keep waste to a minimum. From asparagus and artichoke to fennel and celeriac, James Strawbridge has your veg box covered!
The Happy Planet Cookbook – Eva Fox
Reduce your carbon footprint one small, scrumptious step at a time! Eva Fox’s The Happy Planet Cookbook is here to help with plant-based recipes that are easier on the environment and more sustainable ways to enjoy the proteins you just can’t live without.
Tarkari – Rohit Ghai
With food inspired by India’s incredibly rich and varied food scene, Rohit Ghai has gained a reputation for colourful, flavour-rich curries that showcase both classic and lesser-known Indian flavours. Tarkari, meaning ‘vegetable’ in Urdu, is Rohit’s first book and similarly celebrates this diverse heritage – but on a more personal, homely note.
The Vegan Athlete’s Cookbook – Anita Bean
Whether you already live a vegan lifestyle, embrace a meat-free day each week or you simply want to try some amazing flavour combinations, The Vegan Athlete’s Cookbook will help you create easy, nutrient-packed meals to support your training goals.
My Vegan Year – Niki Webster
Millions of young people want to be more plant-based – and this is the first-ever young person’s guide to the whole vegan year. It’s filled with helpful advice and inspiration about how to cut down on (or cut out) meat and dairy, as well as the latest nutritional information to make sure young readers have the all-important facts at their fingertips