Roz Purcell to launch her first wholly plant-based cookbook next year
Roz Purcell's third cookbook is set to be published next year.
No Fuss Vegan, which will be published in January 2020, is her first wholly plant-based cookbook, packed with more than 100 vegan recipes.
Roz is a firm believer that your body needs to be fuelled well — not only to power you through your day or week, but to set you up for life.
In No Fuss Vegan, Roz will show you how to introduce more plant-based recipes into your life — Roz has designed this book for busy people who want to eat more vegetables.
Roz's first cookbook, Natural Born Feeder, was published in 2016, followed by Half Hour Hero in 2017.
Both were nominated for Cookbook of the Year at the Irish Book Awards.
Claire Pelly, Editor at Penguin Ireland, said:
"We are thrilled to be publishing Roz Purcell’s new cookbook, No Fuss Vegan. With the surge in interest in vegan cooking, this book will be ideal for those looking to introduce simple and delicious plant-based recipes into their daily lives."
Roz Purcell said:
"I can't believe I'm on my third cook and this one is by far my favourite. My cookbooks have always reflected how I eat, and this one is wholly plant-based.
"We all know how to cook with meat, chicken, fish and eggs so I wanted to create a book that championed easy and accessible vegetable-based meals for everyone.
"The book offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack and dessert recipes that veggies and everyday meat-eaters will love. My favourites include corn fritters, homemade vegan black pudding, sausage rolls, shortbread, miso aubergine and no-fuss tangine."
No Fuss Vegan is available to pre-orcan pre-order here.
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