Fellow Cardiff food blogger Sarah Philpott is proving that eating well doesn’t need to break the bank in her fab new cookbook, The Occasional Vegan.Sarah’s new book contains 70 simple, tasty and inexpensive vegan recipes, each beautifully photographed by another talented Cardiffian, food stylist Manon Houston. Over 172 pages, Sarah explores the ethical arguments for a plant-based diet through her own experience of turning vegan at thirty, and shows that it’s a lifestyle choice that needn’t be expensive or boring; her recipes are anything but.
Divided into four sections, Sarah’s recipes cover everything from quick meals for busy people to lazy brunches and Sunday lunches. There are also recipes for special occasions like birthdays, Christmas and Easter; and comfort food and children’s favourites – think tomato soup, scrambled ‘egg’ on toast, cauliflower ‘cheese’ and even a couple of Welsh classics like cawl and bara brith. I gave her scrambled tofu on toast recipe a go a few weeks back and it was quick, easy and delicious!
Win a copy of The Occasional Vegan
For a chance to win your very own copy of Sarah’s fab new book, make sure you’re subscribed to this blog then simply leave a comment on this post using the form below (scroll to the bottom of the post)! A winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email.
UPDATE: THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED.