Book Review: PlantPure Comfort Food:

In PlantPure Comfort Food, Kim Campbell—Director of Culinary Education and Development at PlantPure and daughter-in-law of Dr. T. Colin Campbell, the “science father” of the modern plant-based nutrition movement—offers comfort food recipes to satisfy a wide range of palates, making a healthy, plant-based lifestyle more accessible than ever. From enchiladas to pho bowls to buffalo pot pie, the possibilities for plant-based eating are endless—and delicious!

This third PlantPure cookbook offers over 100 reinventions of comforting culinary classics, including: 

  • Southern Style Polenta and Greens
  • Lasagna Stew
  • Spinach Quesadillas
  • Chickpea Tikka Masala
  • Samosa Burritos
  • Pad Thai Zoodles
  • Sweet Potato Spice Muffins
  • Apple Cranberry Crisp

Plus, Campbell offers helpful suggestions on how to swap out flavors and ingredients to truly make these recipes your own, as well as detailed guidelines for swapping meat, dairy, and egg for whole plant substitutes in your own family’s favorite dishes.

Food is a vital part of who we are. It’s what brings us together, connects us to tradition, and feeds us, physically and spiritually. Create for your family a new tradition of delicious, sustaining, health-promoting whole plant foods. Give them the gift of a plant-pure table.

About the Author

Kim Campbell is the author of the PlantPure Nation and the PlantPure Kitchen cookbooks. She developed more than 250 delicious whole food plant-based recipes using no processed oils. Kim is also the Director of Culinary Education and Development at PlantPure, where she helps to develop new food products and deliver educational programming.
 
Kim graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Human Service Studies and a concentration in Nutrition and Child Development. She taught in elementary and middle school classrooms for over 10 years. Her passion has always been nutrition education for children, families, and adults. Kim has been a plant-based cook for more than 35 years cooking for her family and friends. Her love of culinary goes back to her early childhood growing up in a large traditional family. Kim is gifted at creating traditional American cuisine using 100% accessible plant-based ingredients. She builds flavors and textures that are familiar to most people, helping to make the transition to plant-based diet easier for people.

ARC Cookbook review:

I am a cook book collector as well as looking for something New and healthy to cook for my family. With the New Year coming we are planning to do more plant based meals. This cookbook is filled with great recipes and suggestion to eating more plant based food. This cookbook would also make a great gift for a family member looking to changing there diet in the future,Lisa

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