“I’m not here to tell you why you should eat less meat and dairy, nor why you should go vegan. Instead, if you are thinking about it, or have decided to do so, I hope simply to show you that you can eat incredibly tasty food that doesn’t take hours to prepare or involve trips to multiple health food shops for obscure ingredients. These recipes aren’t gluten-free, sugar-free, low-calorie, low-carb, paleo or detoxing. They won’t necessarily give you an ‘inner glow’, a ‘bikini-ready beach-body’, or cure medical ailments. They just offer really good food which is quick and easy to make, and which happens to be vegan. I’m passionate about writing recipes which look and taste like the sort of food you see in mainstream cookery books and magazines – recipes, above all, which will lift your spirits when you’ve had ‘that’ conversation about protein with a well-meaning friend for the hundredth time.” Kate Ford
The vegan revolution is here… Anyone looking to eat and shop in a way that treads as lightly as possible on our fragile planet and that doesn’t cause suffering to animals should look no further than Vegan in 15. Renowned green food blogger Kate Ford presents the easy way to ‘go vegan’ – showing how to conjure up incredibly tasty meals in just 15 minutes.
Packed with tips and advice, as well as shopping lists and meal planners, this book offers irresistible recipes which are full of flavour and character, containing all the nutrients you need for optimum health, and will inspire you to get the most out of a vegan lifestyle, whether you are an established green eater or simply looking for a way to begin.
If you’ve already bought your copy of Vegan in 15, you might like to take a look at the Vegan Store Cupboard: Recommended Ingredients page which lists brands from UK supermarkets which are and aren’t vegan, for use in all recipes in the book.