Crave, Eat, Heal: Plant-Based, Whole-Food Recipes to Satisfy Every Craving by Annie Oliverio


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Crave, Eat, Heal: Plant-Based, Whole-Food Recipes to Satisfy Every Craving

by Annie Oliverio

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Indulge all your cravings with no guilt!

What do you crave? Salty, sweet, spicy? Or comforting, crunchy, chocolatey? Popular blogger and food photographer Annie Oliverio will teach you exactly how to get the flavors and textures you crave from foods your body loves.

These recipes taste so good, you won’t believe they’re also good for you.

  • Gluten-free Pumpkin Chai Waffles
  • “Parmesan” Pita Chips
  • Creamy Thai Carrot Coconut Soup
  • Sarah’s Raw Almond & Goji Berry Chocolate Bark
  • Roasted Apricot & Coconut Popsicles

Organized by craving, this book will help you satisfy your yearning for delicious and healthy options so you can look great, feel good, and get rid of the guilt. Eat what you want, form healthier habits, and still feel like you’re indulging!


About the Author:

ANNIE OLIVERIO was fortunate to be raised in a home with two excellent cooks: her mom and dad. But her own culinary journey got off to a rocky start when she began living on my own post-college. She went for convenience and speed (and sugary, fatty, salty) rather than quality. Slowly, however, she began buying more fresh and whole foods to make her own meals. At the same time, she was learning about what foods are best for our bodies. Long story short, her plodding and indirect journey led me to plant-based eating. She no longer relies on packaged, frozen, or prepared meals, and instead makes everything she needs right in her own kitchen.

She now spends a good deal of time walking the pastures trying to identify different types of grasses and insects, feeding hummingbirds, writing and reading, struggling to solve crossword puzzles (with a pen and a lot of Wite-Out), and blogging at An Unrefined Vegan and Virtual Vegan Potluck. She live in blissful satellite- and cable-free isolation with her husband, Kel, and their only son, Ike (part dachshund, part Labrador).


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