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Be A Plant-Based Woman Warrior
Be A Plant-Based Woman Warrior: Live Fierce, Stay Bold, Eat Delicious | Ann Crile Esselstyn, Jane Esselstyn
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The original Julia Child of plant-based cooking teams up with her daughter to offer a multigenerational celebration of the power of a plant-based lifestylewith 125 recipes. The Esselstyn family is three generations plant-based strong. Encouraged to create recipes without dairy and meat when her husbands research pointed to the impact of diet on reversing disease, Ann Esselstyn began feeding her family creative, plant-based meals more than thirty years ago. She and her daughter, Jane Esselstyn, are bolts of energy from the same strike of lightning and have become fierce, big-spirited advocates for a plant-based lifestyle, reaching hundreds of thousands of fans through their previous books and their popular YouTube channel. At eighty-six and fifty-six, respectively, Ann and Jane are pictures of ageless health and vibrancy and spend their days hiking, doing yoga, gardening, cooking, and spreading the message that diet is the key to living a happy, strong, and disease-free life. Be a Plant-Based Woman Warrior explains how women everywhere can pass on this important legacy in their own families through the generations, and illuminates how plants powerfully support a womans body and mind. This cookbook is a call to action and a message of hope for any and all to be Plant-Based Women Warriors filled with vitality and in control of their own health. Be a Plant-Based Woman Warrior includes more than 125 recipes made for women on the go, from Apple Flax Flapjacks and Black Ramen Bowls, to Portobello Sliders with Green Goddess Sauce, to Mint Chip Outta Sight Brownies. And it includes big-flavored dinners like Sweet Potato and Cashew Ricotta Lasagna and Plant-Based Pad Thai, sure to tempt even the most reluctant vegetable-focused eaters. Full of life, captivating energy, and delicious food, this cookbook brings readers to the Esselstyn family table, where plants and joy are at the center.
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Win some, lose some. These “cupcakes” had fabulous flavor, but the texture was chewy & doughy. My fault surely for using whole wheat & white flour. I will try again with oat flour. Also, I have no intention of making the tofu frosting. (Too much fuss for me.) Just a light lime glaze will be enough. To be fair, Jane does disclose these aren‘t the light & fluffy cupcakes people have come to expect. They‘re more akin to dense muffins.

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mabell Tofu frosting? I‘ve had tofu chocolate mousse but that‘s about it 4w
Tamra @mabell I‘m can‘t be bothered. 😆 I‘m a lazy baker truthfully. 4w
Jeg That looks like a lot of work. I sometimes buy a cupcake from a gluten free bakery. They are very dense compared to the usual. 3w
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I‘m not a huge fan of soft cauliflower, but this looks fabulous! ❤️ southeast Indian flavors. I just got this book today and will be perusing it more in depth. I enjoy watching Jane & Ann on YouTube. 😄

BarbaraBB Roasted cauliflower is delicious 😋 1y
Tamra @BarbaraBB anything with big flavor is good by me! 1y
LeahBergen Yum! It sound like it would taste like a pakora. 1y
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Tamra @LeahBergen yes, it does indeed! 😋 (edited) 1y
RowReads1 This is on my list of books to check out. 1y
Tamra @RowReads1 definitely do - so far I am liking what I see! The ingredients are accessible and tasty. 1y
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