Hello animal and wholefoods lovers,
I don't want to start with a cliche 'I'm so excited to tell you that...', but I have to, I am so damn excited to tell you about a new cookbook called Cooking with Kindness that Edgars Mission in Australia has recently published, featuring Australia's best vegan chefs and restaurants. I am humbly honoured that 3 of my favourite recipes are in the book for you! Edgars Mission is a not-for-profit Farm Sanctuary that seeks to create a humane and just world for humans and non-humans and this cookbook is going to make even more positive changes for not just animals, but also your health and cooking mojo, in so many kitchens across the lands. If you're in Australia you can get a copy at www.edgarsmission.org.au.
I've made my first ever video for you of one of the recipes in the book: My fav Cauliflower Chia Turmeric Fritters with Green Goddess Tahini Dip, because I know that seeing the recipe being made is a huge step towards actually making it. I am super stoked, jumping up and down, that Trevor Brown, a freelance composer, multi-instrumentalist, improviser, director, producer, sound designer, occasional academic and radio presenter, has created music specially for these videos! Check out www.trevorbrownmusic.com and watch the videos on youtube here!
Like that's not enough, I have another offering for you: As you now surely all know my cookbook making is happening, but I also have a life and work besides sitting at my dear laptop writing a cookbook and I can't find the time to take photos of all the recipes that still need yum pics to go with them. So, I had an idea: You make one of my recipes and take photos of it and if a photo is super delicious and gorgeous for my cookbook I will add it in the book and you get a free copy when the book is finally done. What do you say? I think that's a sweet deal, I hope you do too. If interested email me to find out which recipes are waiting for a sexy food photo: email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you!
A tribal dance facilitator at the Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat up in Queensland, Australia, ones said: "If not now, when? If not here, where? If not you, who?".
I like that.