Eat Your Greens! : 22 Ways to Cook a Carrot and 788 Other Delicious Recipes to Save the Planet
Be kind to yourself and the environment with this book of tasty and simple vegetable-based recipes to prepare at home. If you're not a fan of eating your greens and struggling to hit your five a day, this collection of recipes will transform you into a veggie believer. With more than 800 concise, uncomplicated ways to make your meals more green-focused, you'll be swapping out boiled carrots for broccoli roasted with garlic, chili, cashew nuts, and soy sauce quicker than you can say kale. With chapters focusing on single vegetables, Eat Your Greens! helps you get to know the raw materials, explaining when they're in season, how best to store them, and what ingredients they work well with. And given the simplicity of the instructions, even the most kitchen-phobic will be converted.Anette Dieng worked as a chef before starting Ekolådan, Sweden’s top vegetable delivery box company. Today, she is a writer who is passionate about helping people understand how food can be produced in a sustainable way.
Ingela Persson is a chef, baker, and vegetable lover who writes recipes for Ekolådan. She is the author of several dessert books as well as the restaurateur of Brasserie Bobonne in Stockholm, Sweden.