Be A Plant-Based Woman Warrior: Live Fierce, Stay Bold, Eat Delicious
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I mean, I just was salivating because I knew that Jane was coming with another version of her brownies for us to try. You know, Rip, one of the salsas that actually, truthfully, started in Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease and has been truthfully, in some way or another, repeated in every book of yours and every book of ours is our mango, salsa, mango, lime bean salad. My personal favorites are the lasagna, “chicken” nuggets, and their crispy broccoli and cauliflower dish. And I actually have this on my list and I wanted to talk about it because it is in every one of my books, or a version of it. That’s right, we’re celebrating the release of their new book, Be a Plant-Based Woman Warrior , which is out and available now.
They also have a way of doing some origami with tortillas to make sandwiches that I've become obsessed with. This book is filled with whole food plant based recipes that are accessible ingredient-wise and many are quick to make. Jane is an avid and inventive designer of plant-strong recipes and the co-author of The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook. Be a Plant-Based Woman Warrior explains how women everywhere can pass on this important legacy in their own families and illuminates how plants powerfully support the body and mind. Well, what I love, too, is that in the book you have photos of the cozy little pine needle path that actually takes you from 2 Pepper Ridge Road, to is it 3?
And then actually when you have it all in the little wedge, you grill it in a panini or in a frying pan and you've got a wonderful grilled sandwich. I don't know about you, and I can tell you that I'm not as good about it as I should be, and that is making Warrior Salads. And the third reason why this is for women, is that being a female, in America in particular, because that's where I grew up, you, as a female, have a burden on you that is unique. And just the plant-based extravaganza that was served, which we're going to talk about here in a second, the games that we played, the toasts that were made, the dancing, the creativity.
My parents feel being plant- based is the greatest gift they will ever give to our family— the bene? As I'm writing this I've just pulled their veggie lasagna (layers of mushrooms, carrots, peppers, spinach, and tofu ricotta alternating with mashed sweet potatoes) out of the oven and have some brussel sprouts tossed with nutritional yeast, hot sauce, and vinegar cooking. Rip has three children and it particularly works on two of his three children, and Hope will try absolutely anything I ask her to try. The effect would be staggering: less medication, disease, and long- term care, and more living, activity, and— ?And for those that are wondering, tell me what are the guidelines for the recipes that are in this book? Thanks so much, as always, for bringing my family along with you on your plant-based journey, and from the entire Esselstyn family to yours, always keep it Plant-Strong. I mean, it's freedom because we did not want people burdened with how many calories, how many grams of fat, how much protein, there's protein in everything, and just to be able to eat freely. So I was like, well, we have a new Senate these days, so we need to have it be a little more reflective in the soup.