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Eat Green

Published

09 January 2020

Who is the author? Melissa Hemsley is one half of foodie sisters, the Hemsleys, and author of bestselling solo cookbook, Eat Happy. A passionate and inspiring food lover, she celebrates accessible, nutrient rich, colourful recipes and shows us that anyone can create helathy dishes that tastes delicious. 

What is it about? With growing awareness of the impact our food choices have on the planet, many of us are seeking ways to limit the amount of meat, fish and starchy vegetables we consume to do our bit for Mother Nature. In Eat Green, Melissa offers over 100 mouth-watering flexitarian recipes that champion sustainability by using our favourite, locally-sourced vegetables and bringing in meat and fish as optional extras. With one eye on limiting food waste (no more one-off ingredients and much more batch cooking and freezer friendly meals) and the other helping us cook through the stresses of modern life (hello, easy swaps and quick midweek dinners), Eat Green is a practical, no-nonsense guide to eating great food that also makes a real difference. 

Perfect for: Anyone considering reducing their intake or fish and meat to lessen their impact on the environment, flexitarians looking for easy inspiration, and anyone looking to incorporate more simple and healthy, vegetable-packed recipes into their repertoire.

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