What do cookies, curry and carrots all have in common?
It was 13 years ago that I made some major life changes.
I decided to go to graduate school, sold my house, became a yoga teacher, moved to Northern California and I became a vegetarian.
(that’s the VERY short version)
After 13 years of making my own vegetarian and vegan food, I’m publishing a book of my favorite recipes.
I decided that while I’m not a full-time vegan (but always a full-time vegetarian), that I would only use recipes that are vegan – no animal products whatsoever. I also decided to exclude all gluten products (because as much as I love bread, I do believe that many of us are eating way too much of it and there are other healthier alternatives!).
I explain more about these two important choices inside the book!
In Wildhearted Cooking, you will find 50+ divinely delicious and KIND recipes.
I’ve also included stories (because I am a storyteller, after all!) about the recipes and some funny anecdotes.
This recipe book is for ALL people – omnivore, vegan, raw, vegetarian or somewhere in between. There is no judgment on the food choices you make, only new options to consider.
Ready to get cooking?
Love and lemonade,
PS. If you do purchase a copy, it would be greatly appreciated if you would consider leaving a review. Reviews improve reach and visibility so that others can find it and hopefully continue the positive ripples of inspiration.
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Chrissy Gruninger is an author and mindset coach. She mentors people on how to live their ONE beautiful life, wherever they may be. Her latest book, Lost and Found in the Land of Mañana explores her life in Costa Rica and both the challenges of working and living abroad as well as the beautiful life we can create from those experiences.
She loves her rainforest beach shack in Costa Rica, the sunshine and the rain and passionately believes that through intentional actions we create more happiness, health and harmony in the world.
Her goal: to empower others to thrive in an imperfect world.