This book will make a nice kitchen staple for plant-based families. Enter to win a copy here.
ABOUT THE BOOK
This book serves as a complete guide to a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle for your entire family, with more than 125 kid-friendly recipes and tips for raising a whole-foods-loving child.
MY OVERALL IMPRESSION
I like that this book helps families have better, easier and healthier lives. Some people think vegan food is weird, but the vegan recipes in this book are kid-friendly and will be familiar to most people. Who can resist pancakes, nachos, pasta and ice pops? Personally, I grew up on those staples. This book shows you that while transitioning to a vegan diet, you CAN enjoy your favorite meals and snacks.
WHAT SETS THIS BOOK APART
This book is geared toward families. Michael Gregor, MD called it “”an essential book to protect the health and future of your family.”
RECIPE DIFFICULTY LEVEL
FOCUS/MAIN TYPES OF DISHES
This book focuses on family-friendly dishes that most Americans love.
A FEW RECIPES I BOOKMARKED
Here are some recipes you can find in this book:
- Cauliflower and Potato Mash (pg 101)
- Nachos (pg 108)
- Spiced Sweet Potato Tacos (pg 130)
- Quinoa Salad with Herbed Croutons (pg 136)
- Roasted Stuffed Tomatoes (pg 151)
- Red Lentil Fries (pg 154)
- Corn Chowder (pg 161)
- White Bean Winter Cassoulet (pg 167)
- Polenta and Lentil Loaf with Chipotle Barbecue Sauce (pg 175)
- Pesto Penne (pg 190)
- Marinated Tempeh (pg 217)
- Quick Black Bean Toastadas (pg 218)
- White Bean Rosemary Dip (pg 224)
- Miso Lime Dressing (pg 245)
- Orange n’ Berry Ice Pops (pg 260)
WHO SHOULD READ THIS BOOK
This cookbook is great for pregnant women and new parents who are interested in raising their kids on a vegan or plant-based diet.
FROM THE PUBLISHER
The publisher of the book says, “Backed by scientific research, the film’s doctors and expert researchers made the radical (but convincing!) case that modern diseases can be prevented and often reversed by removing meat, dairy, and highly refined foods from one’s diet. The documentary sparked a medical and nutritional revolution, leading more and more people to adopt a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle—including celebrities like Ariana Grande, Dr. Oz, and Katy Perry.”
About Forks Over Knives
From Forks Over Knives:
“Forks Over Knives empowers people to live healthier lives by changing the way the world understands nutrition…The film set out to demonstrate how a diet based on fruits, vegetables, tubers, whole grains, and legumes makes all the difference when it comes to good health. To date, millions of people have watched the film, which received rave reviews from medical experts and entertainment critics alike…In 2016, we introduced Forks Over Knives Family, a parent’s guide to raising healthy, happy kids that includes more than 125 recipes to nourish the entire family.”
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6 thoughts on “Cookbook Spotlight – Forks Over Knives Family (Enter to WIN a Free Copy)”
Looks good and thanks for letting everyone know about it!
Also, good for adults new to vegan eating since it’s stuff most anyone would like, including picky eaters, and if the recipes are easy…home run!
Looks like an awesome book to add to my expanding vegan library.
I loved the forks over knives documentary. So eye-opening. I have heard great things about this cookbook!
Looks like a fun resource for families!
Such a cute name too!
This book sounds awesome!