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New vegan cookbook from the PlantPure team

Our plant-based imprint, BenBella Vegan, has got some exciting project on the horizon—a revised and expanded edition of The China Study, a new China Study–compliant cookbook for families, a beautiful cookbook from a blogger-turned-author, and many more. One particularly notable title can now be included on this list: 
The PlantPure Kitchen: 130 Mouthwatering, …

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Revised and expanded China Study to release this December

Very exciting news here at BenBella: we are coming out with a revised and expanded edition of The China Study (written by Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Thomas Campbell) on December 27th! In the more than ten years since its original release, The China Study has sold over 2 million copies worldwide and impacted countless more lives; …

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New vegan cookbook cover reveal!

Our Fall 2016 book covers are starting to become finalized, and among them is our next BenBella Vegan cookbook: Blissful Basil by Ashley Melillo. The book is titled after Ashley’s blog of the same name. Blissful Basil (the book and the blog) aims to shine a well-deserved spotlight on vegetables as main meal components without relying on vegan variations of meals that are typically meat-laden (see my previous blog post on this topic here), …

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New China Study cookbook will be aimed at families

I’m thrilled to share that BenBella Vegan is adding another China Study cookbook to its list! Just like our other China Study cookbooks, The China Study Family Cookbook will be consistent with the plant-based research in The China Study, but this title will be aimed at families who are vegan, …

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New vegan title offers a more holistic approach to a plant-based diet

Anyone who has made the transition to a plant-based diet (or simply tried to incorporate more vegetables onto their plates) would probably agree that a successful dietary transition depends on more than the diet itself. As with any major transformation, roadblocks that impede positive change can come in many forms: mental or emotional barriers, a busy schedule, …

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Going meatless? You don’t have to rely on “fake meat.”

The transition from a meat-laden diet to vegetarianism or veganism can seem daunting. For many, quitting meat cold-turkey (or Tofurky) feels too extreme a decision to make without adding in some baby steps to ease the transition. This is where “fake meat” comes in. We’ve all seen the meat-imitation products that line the shelves at health food stores (Quorn and shamburgers, …

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New resource for the 17 million Americans with food allergies

The rise of specialized diets in our culture has garnered criticism from some who believe that these dietary restrictions cater purely to picky eaters or fad-abiding dieters.  There is an abundance of scientific evidence, however, that debunks much of this criticism as false. In fact, one major food-related issue that millions of Americans must navigate daily is one that is severely underrepresented: food allergies. …

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