Eating “plant-forward” doesn’t necessarily mean vegetarian or vegan. It simply means eating more plants. After you’ve made the decision to incorporate more plants into all your meals, you might not be sure how to do it. Plants at breakfast? How does that work?
Author Bailey Rhatigan was in the same boat at one point, but after practicing with meal prep, she realized that it’s not only good for your health to include plants in meals, but it is also easy and can save money and time. In More Plants on Your Plate, she shares more than four weeks of plant-forward meals for two people, which you can easily double or triple for a larger family. Bailey even includes suggestions for special meals to cook with your partner on date night.
With this book, you’ll gain more confidence in the kitchen, learn how to get ready to meal prep without stress, and find out that any comfort meal can be centered around plants. Some of Bailey’s tasty recipes include:
Bailey Rhatigan is the magic behind your meal prep and the voice behind the wildly popular food blog www.sailorbailey.com. Through her life experiences, she developed a passion for creating healthy, delicious meals. Bailey’s recipes are primarily plant-based but incorporate smaller amounts of animal proteins providing the flexibility to meet everyone’s dietary needs and taste choices. Above all, Bailey understands that time is most important, and she caters specifically to the busy lives of her followers by providing meal-prep ideas, budget friendly ingredients and time saving recipes. Her meal-plans have been hailed as the gold-standard in plant-forward meal prep and she continues to challenge herself and her audience to always find the best way to incorporate plant-focused meals, while still giving them the time to do everything they love outside of the kitchen.
You can also find more about Bailey, her fantastic recipes, prep tips and life’s little adventures on her Instagram @ sailor_bailey.
Publisher: Victory Belt Publishing (November 16, 2021)