The sixty recipes are straightforward and focus on everyday Southwestern cooking. Simple and whole foods are the rule, and few nonstandard ingredients are involved—and when they do appear, they’re explained in detail. You won’t need to make a special trip to esoteric grocery suppliers, however, as this book is ideal for cooks just diving into plant-based home cooking.
Whether your motivation is eating healthier or the welfare of other sentient creatures, Henrietta Flores guides you through some plant-based versions of familiar dishes as well as some that might be new. Many are sure to become household favorites.
Henrietta Flores has taught English as a second language to adults in the United States and abroad. She is an avid traveler and has learned over the years how to eat vegan on five continents. Having committed to veganism in the 1990s, she believes in compassion for all creatures. Henrietta lives in California with a spoiled dog, a pair of cats, and a serious Scrabble addiction.
Cory Mac a’Ghobhainn is an animal rights activist, ESL teacher, and artist. She lives in Los Angeles and likes to organize protests and take pics of food and cats.
The Quick Vegan Travel Guide to Downtown LA includes twelve places to eat along with three lodging options and seven fun things to explore.
The Quick Vegan Travel Guide to Hollywood includes sixteen places to eat along with three lodging options and three fun things to explore.