Healthy in a hurry—a quick and easy vegetarian cookbook.
Delicious news! You can make 100 super healthy vegetarian meals faster than you can order delivery. Full and busy lives don’t always leave a lot of time for fresh and healthy homemade meals—let alone of the plant-based variety, but The 30-Minute Vegetarian Cookbook shows you the way.
Find out how easy it is to become vegetarian, to mix things up if you’re already vegetarian, or just get some tips and options for eating less meat. With handy lists and instructions, this vegetarian cookbook will help you whip up creative and nourishing vegetarian meals that taste so good, no one will ever guess it took so little time.
The 30-Minute Vegetarian Cookbook includes:
Eat better and live better with a vegetarian cookbook that’s good for your health, time, and taste buds.
“Lisa has created an excellent cookbook with fast vegetarian recipes that the whole family will love. The flavours are both down-to-earth and fun while still being quick to make. This is perfect for busy families and cooks who want delicious vegetarian food.”—Dr. Janet Malowany, physician and food blogger at The Taste Space (tastespace.ca)
“Lisa Turner's book, The 30-Minute Vegetarian Cookbook, is an awesome book for pros and beginners. Being vegetarian you worry about protein intake, but Lisa has addressed that, too. The meals are balanced just right and are easy to digest. Breeze through cooking even when you are too tired for meal planning.”—Archana Potdar, founder of and food blogger at The Mad Scientist's Kitchen (themadscientistskitchen.com)
“Lisa creates recipes that are more than spectacular. A fabulous, vegetarian-focused cookbook that's inspiring and spiked with intensely diverse ingredients.”—Anil Machado, jury at the International Business Awards, ranked #2 fitness trainer in Poland (2019)
“In these days where a close connection from farm to table is desired, Lisa Turner offers a wonderful selection of fast, nutritious, and delicious vegetarian recipes that are accessible to even the busiest of people.”—Irena Creed, professor at the School of Environment & Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan and third-generation vegetarian
“I’ve followed Lisa’s blog for many years and was excited to learn she had a book coming out. . . . It’s not only a cookbook with recipes but a book filled with essential knowledge for successful cooking. I highly recommend this book for both the easy-to-read instructions and information the author has shared with us.”—Johnna Gale, chef and founder of Kitchen Shaman (www.kitchenshaman.com)