Friday, 06 January 2017 15:47
January is full of New Year’s resolutions aplenty, and getting healthy is one of the most popular choices.
As you look forward to a new you in 2017, we want you to step back in time and explore the recipes created by Vera Richter in the 1920s.
Vintage Vegan is guaranteed to give you some foodie inspiration that will take you out of your comfort zone. This raw vegan recipe book offers delicious and unique food and drink that is sure to kick-start your January.
Whilst resolutions seems like a good idea when you make them, more often than not we all slip up soon enough. Instead of dreading your healthy eating, and daydreaming of chocolate at your desk, let Vintage Vegan take you on a journey to discover the extensive options available to you whilst on a vegan diet. Those January blues will cause no more trouble once you start a fulfilling and satisfying vegan lifestyle.
Here’s how Vintage Vegan can help you to achieve your goal:
- If it’s the 3pm sugar slump you struggle with then Vera’s coconut caramels or peanut butter confections will do the trick.
- Liven up your salads with the sesame seed dressing or simplicity dressing.
- Buying an unhealthy lunch will be a thing of the past with Vera’s tomato-cream soup or summer salad.
- Keep up the Christmas spirit with vegan mince pies and Christmas spice cake.
By using Vera’s recipes inside Vintage Vegan, your energy levels will be boosted after the comfort food of Christmas. An extra boost will help to combat your January blues and make your Monday mornings something to look forward to.
The nutritional benefits are abundant in the most popular recipes from the first raw vegan restaurant. And we want to share that goodness with you to help ensure your January is the best it can be.
Beating the January blues has never been easy, but sticking to your New Year’s resolution has never been simpler.
We made our own peanut butter confection which you can see here!
Let us know if you’ve tried any of the lovely recipes!
You can buy a copy of Vintage Vegan here.
Published in We Are Live!