FROM RESTAURANT OWNER TO COOKBOOK AUTHOR
In 2016, I started a restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona called Superette Cafe where I quickly learned how hard it is to stand on your feet for 16 hours a day.
So I sold the restaurant, and decided to write a cookbook instead! Lol.
There are many reasons why I love this cookbook, one being that several of my best-selling items from the restaurant are now featured in Vegan Buddha Bowls.
But the main reason this cookbook has a special place in my heart is that cooking my own meals was a way for me to deeply nourish and care for myself when I began the journey to healing my relationship with food and my body.
ALL HAIL THE HUMBLE
Over time, I developed a love for plant-based cuisine in part because of how great it made me feel, but mostly because a lot of the recipes were served in a bowl. There’s something cozy about eating out of a bowl and how all of the ingredients are combined and held together as one.
Plus, eating out of a bowl is also a fantastic way to be flexible and use ingredients that you have on hand. All in all, I’m a huge proponent of eating delicious things out of a bowl. Can you tell?
Even though I am no longer vegan, preparing plant-based food continues to be one of my favorite ways to create simple, satisfying, and nourishing meals. In Vegan Buddha Bowls, I share my most popular, easy, and nourishing recipes to feel great from the inside out (without sacrificing taste)!
If you’re a home-cook looking for delicious, quick recipes with ingredients that literally anyone can recognize, Vegan Buddha Bowls is for you.
Gone are the days of bland steamed broccoli and chicken breast!
THIS COOKBOOK IS AN EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE FOR THE MEALS THAT HELPED ME HEAL AND RECOVER
...and now I’m passing those recipes on to you in the hopes that they bring you and your loved ones the same comfort, satisfaction, and nourishment that they brought me.