Where to start? For me, it was being gifted two Deliciously Ella cookbooks after a breast cancer diagnosis and desperately needing to get my body 'back on track'.
From there I was open to this new way of living: cutting sugar, alcohol, dairy, meats and embracing a whole-food plant based diet.
It's a lifestyle for me now; I've got my daughters heading there too, just Dad dragging his feet now.
Ella's Quick and Easy just became my first Kindle cook book. I'd shied away from them, thinking it wouldn't be the same without the pics, but, heh, these recipes are so simple and open to your own 'twists' that you don't need glossy pics to benefit.
Stacks of vegan recipes here: classics re-worked, cakes, sides. Their videos are short and super easy to follow. I've several of their books at home, never let me down.
These Irish twins seem to be 'living their best lives.' Their joy is infectious and it's no surprise to me that they are phenomenally successful. All the recipes I've done have been delicious, with ingredients I already had on hand. A winner.
I can't remember how i found Laura, but I'm so glad I did. I LOVE her vegan recipes - and the layout and pics of her blog. I think I could make her smoky chickpea soup with my eyes closed...
'Our Promise: Less than 30 minutes to assemble, taste tested by experts and follow the Blue Zones Guidelines for longevity.'
Molly's mantra: 'I take the boring out of healthy and the preachy out of vegan. Because there's too much of both in the world. What gets me hot is helping people prevent illness and disease with the food they eat so they don't have to treat illness and disease because of the food they eat.'
With a Harvard education and a lifetime of practicing natural medicine, Dr. Weil is the founder of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. Extensive recipe selection here.
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