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From a creative team that includes the producer and writer of Forks Over Knives, the documentary film PlantPure Nation captures the inspiring story of plant-based nutrition’s impact on a small town in the rural South and the effort to bring about historic political change. As the film’s official companion cookbook, The PlantPure Nation Cookbook brings this powerful, science-based approach to nutrition from the big screen to your kitchen with some of the same mouthwatering recipes that kick-started the revolution, promoting the health benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet.
Author Kim Campbell is the wife of PlantPure Nation Executive Producer and Director Nelson Campbell and daughter-in-law of Dr. T. Colin Campbell, coauthor of The China Study and father of the modern plant-based nutrition movement. She is also a culinary contributor, recipe developer, and cooking instructor at Campbell Wellness, a health and wellness business. In PlantPure Nation Cookbook, she shares more than 150 extensively tested, 100% plant-based recipes that she has created and cultivated over 25 years of vegan cooking, such as:
Buffalo Beans and Greens
No-Bake Chocolate Pumpkin Pie
Green Pepper Tofu Scramble
With a foreword by Dr. Campbell, The PlantPure Nation Cookbook is also filled with tips, tricks, and grocery lists for people interested in a whole food, plant-based diet. And with intimate background and behind-the-scenes details from PlantPure Nation film, this companion cookbook is a must-have for stimulating healthful eating in your home.
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|Title||:||The PlantPure Nation Cookbook: The Official Companion Cookbook to the Breakthrough Film...with over 150 Plant-Based Recipes|
|Number of Pages||:||319 pages|
March 27, 2017
I went to BAM today and bought this. For around $15.00. And I can't wait to try some of the recipes!!!!!!!!!!! I have been following a wfpbd since Jan. 20, 2017. I feel SOOOOOOOO good! My health had seen amazing improvement. I am now ready to really take on some good recipes for my husband and my...
February 14, 2017
Great recipes and an even greater plant based diet! Love the African Stew. More to follow.
April 20, 2015
I was very excited when I received word that I had gotten this book as a goodreads first read. I couldn't wait to get it and begin reading the recipes.
This is a great collection of plant based recipes. Many of the recipes have ingredients that I can gather straight from my garden or at the farmer...
July 19, 2016
Great layout with photos and one recipe per page. I felt there weren't very many recipes which really "wowed" me. Perhaps I am not quite ready for plant only food.
May 24, 2017
There were a few misses, but most of the recipes I tried were hits. Overall, I didn't feel like being a vegan changed my life for the better, but I will continue throwing in meals from this book to eat more vegetables and less meat overall. All in moderation.
September 03, 2017
I love this book! Good variety of dressings, salads and warm dishes. I tried several recipes and all are delicious!
February 26, 2017
very useful and a great vegan recipe starter guide for everyday cooking.
July 20, 2015
This is the most horrible vegan cookbook I have ever read, and I have read plenty. It is also a diabetic's worse nightmare. Almost every single recipe is loaded with carbs and gluten. This author also advocates using fresh and canned vegetables and fruits over fresh produce, and has white vinegar...
June 19, 2015
I haven't seen the PlantPure Nation documentary yet, but I'm absolutely positive that I will at some point, because I'm a total sucker for any type of vegan/nutrition/health documentary. I'm a bit obsessed, I can't deny!
Of course, I adored this cookbook, and I've already ordered my own copy and b...
April 24, 2015
So, I have to say that when I first started to read this cookbook, I was actually irritated with the author. I thought that in the "written" part of the cookbook, she was condescending to her readers and to those who didn't choose the "vegan" life style. It really put me off to the point that I a...