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Book details
  • Genre:COOKING
  • SubGenre:Vegetarian & Vegan
  • Language:English
  • Pages:142
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543982428


by Londyn Green

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OMG! It CAN Be VEGAN is a transitional cookbook filled with recipes inspired and completely customizable for anyone to follow. It invites you to travel and explore the world of veganism with Chef Londyn Green. It's a journey filled with adventure, passion, and creativity. Londyn's motto Faith, Family, & Food can easily be seen in every recipe featured within, with each recipe telling its own story from where Londyn has come from, to the journey it has taken to get here. OMG! It CAN Be VEGAN is a collection of recipes that can be made as is, or VEGANIZED by using one of her vegan substitute sauces, cheeses, or proteins. Only your taste buds can determine which version you will like best… ...Omnivore or Vegan!
There's no need to give up meat all at once, just add a few new recipes to your repertoire. Simply trade out and incorporate one new vegetarian or vegan meal for the week, then two meals for the second week, three for the third week and so on, until you have reached your desired dietary goals. There are several reasons that you may want to change your diet from an omnivore diet to one that is vegetarian or even vegan. Whether you're doing it for overall better health, to lose weight, or you're a hardcore animal lover, reducing or cutting out meat and other animal products and byproducts from your diet can be extremely overwhelming. After all, many people come from households where a meal is not a meal unless there's a meat protein present. So if you're saying "I want to eat healthier, and reduce the amount of meat in my diet by becoming a flexitarian, vegetarian, or maybe even a vegan", OMG! It CAN Be VEGAN Cookbook is here to help you with the dietary transition! First, there are basically two ways you can go about your dietary transition. You can gradually ease into it, or you can go all in cold turkey. OMG! It CAN Be VEGAN is written to aide you in either method you choose. To ease into the change, it involves swapping out one or more meals that contain meat a week, to meals that contain no meat. To go about it in this manner, you simply select any recipe within the OMG! It CAN Be VEGAN Cookbook that contains an animal meat protein, and either remove it completely, or you can refer to the Vegan Sauces, Cheeses, and Proteins chapter and swap out the animal meat protein for a vegan meat protein substitute. You can continue to slowly increase the amount of plant based meals you're eating each week until you've fully transitioned into your newly chosen dietary lifestyle. There's no need to give up meat all at once, just add a few new recipes to your repertoire. Trade out and incorporate one new vegetarian or vegan meal for the first week, then two for the second week, three for the third week and so on, until you have reached your desired dietary goals.
About the author
Born in Arlington, Texas and raised from the age of 5 in Atlanta, Georgia, Londyn first became interested in culinary arts at the very young age of 3 while watching her chef father cater for various events. Londyn Green is an African American with Canadian, Jamaican, and Native American roots. This rich family heritage is what fuels her love of food. It has become a way of life for her to the point where Londyn has even incorporated culinary arts into her regular school studies. She loves to immerse herself into the cultures of other people and ethnicities by studying the foods that they eat that are indigenous to their region and surroundings. Londyn comes from a family already engulfed within the industry, inspired to cook by her father who is a celebrity chef and a mother who is a radio news entertainment host / fashion designer. At the age of 10 Londyn first got her taste of international television, by ranking in the top 40 of the acclaimed television show MasterChef Junior, even beating out all the other cheftestants to become the forever face of MasterChef Junior Season 5. By the age of 12, Londyn was featured in her second internationally televised culinary competition, Top Chef Jr. Season 2 where she found success finishing as the season's Runner-up. Aside from her television success, Londyn has cooked with her father for celebrities worldwide including rap legend Chubb Rock, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black, to Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kandi Burruss to name a few. With her mother, Londyn has achieved success as well by designing her very own fashion line of chef pants in which she wore and can be seen on Top Chef Jr season 2. Because of her love of food, Londyn appropriately named her fashion line, "Foodie Fashions Chef Wear. Londyn's immediate long term goal is to continue her culinary training and make the U.S. Culinary Olympic Team and compete in the Culinary Olympics. She also has aspirations to start her own Vegetarian/Vegan food truck and restaurant, author cookbooks, host her very own junior culinary competition, and become a very successful actress. Most of all Londyn desires to continue traveling and seeing the world. It's only a matter of time before the name "Londyn Green" is a world-renowned household name.
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