If you’ve already bought the official PlantPure Nation film’s companion book The PlantPure Nation Cookbook, by Kim Campbell (with a foreword by Dr. T. Colin Campbell), then you know why these healthy recipes are loved by everyone and why this book was nominated for a 2015 Veggie Award in the cookbook category from VegNews Magazine! Kim shares some of the same recipes that were used in the 10-day Jumpstart program shown in the film, along with over 150 other dishes with tempting names such as Caribbean Quinoa Bowl, Buffalo Beans and Greens, and Reuben Casserole. Full color photos of nearly every single dish make this book a real standout. If you haven’tbought the cookbook yet, you’re really going to want to find out what all the buzz is about by grabbing your copy here: http://plantpurenatio.wpengine.com/shop/?add-to-cart=3531 (and it also makes a great gift for anyone who is interested in a whole-food plant-based diet.)
Kim Campbell, the wife of Nelson Campbell (PlantPure Nation’s executive producer and director) and daughter-in-law of Dr. T. Colin Campbell, is a cooking instructor at Campbell Wellness and has been developing and testing vegan recipes for 25 years.
Please help The PlantPure Nation Cookbook win the award! You can vote online from now until the end of August at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/vegnewsveggieawards2015, and please share this with all of your social networks.
This is the 14th year that VegNews Magazine has hosted the Veggie Awards, and this year there are a whopping 32 categories of products and services—you can even vote for your favorite celebrity! Just browsing through all the nominees is a great way to expand your horizons of just how many great plant-based products and restaurants are out there, and will definitely give you quite a few shopping ideas next time you’re at a veg-friendly store.
Go now to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/vegnewsveggieawards2015 to vote!
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