A Southern Girl’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating: Recipes from the Vegan Soul That Won’t Make You Broke

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“Enticed by how personable and delicious this reads. A very timely publication with so many black folk exploring veganism these days, discovering down home cooking can apply to vegan eats too.” -Demetrius Bagley, producer of Vegucated and Vegan Mashup

Discover how to put Southern soul into plant-based cooking!

A Southern Girl’s Guide to Plant-Based Eating: Recipes from The Vegan Soul That Won’t Make You Broke will help guide your transition to plant based eating and vegan living through dozens of Southern infused recipes to satisfy your soul.

You’ll find cooking tips, the low down on food alternatives, a jumpstart week of meals for those new to plant-based eating, recipes for kitchen aces, tips for eating out, and much, much more.

Recipes include veganized versions of Southern-inspired dishes, such as:

-Buttermylk Biscuits and Black Pepper Mushroom Gravy

-Mickey D’s Style Tempeh Sausage Biscuit Sandwich with Plum Jam

– Breakfast Tostada with Smoky Mango Salsa

-Louisiana-Style Cornmeal-Encrusted Tofu Fish Fry

-Fiya Fiya CamBalaya

-Blackened Shiitake “Shrimp”

-Carrie B’s Cornbread Dressing

-Palm Po’ Boy with Creamy Cocktail Sauce

-Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Pie

-Banana Nut Hush Puppies

…and dozens more breakfasts, lunch, dinners, snacks, sides, and desserts!

If you want to learn how to cook like grandma & ‘nem vegan style, then Cametria’s got your back!

As with all Sanctuary Publishers’ titles, a portion of sales from this book help support the non-profit organization “Fuel the People”, which provides community “programs to address and alleviate food insecurity while raising awareness about Black veganism as a social justice movement. Fuel the People aims to offer educational programs, resource fairs, interactive events, and seminars. Our resources are related to food justice, food apartheid, Black veganism (transitioning and living vegan in Black communities), vegan activism and food insecurity.”

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