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The Rawtarian road

Fed up of complicated recipes because they require a fussy technique or an endless list of ingredients? Fear opting for a vegan cookbook no more. Thanks to blogger, food writer and podcaster Laura-Jane Koers (aka The Rawtarian) you can reap all the benefits of vegan whole food cooking without setting up camp in the kitchen all day, or night. With a passion for easy plantbased food that’s not only good for the planet, but human health, Laura-Jane has curated a cookbook dedicated to teaching us how to cook delicious and nutritious vegan recipes with 10 ingredients or less. From courgette mcnuggets to protein-packed burgers, chocolate doughnut holes and silky watermelon juice — Laura-Jane takes junk food and transforms it into a healthy plant-based creation. Below, we spoke to The Rawitarian to discover how ditching instant food and sparing only 10 minutes to make healthy dishes can revitalise energy levels, nourish skin and set you up for a whole new vibrant lease of life.

Congratulations on your new book. You’ve created a really vibrant and healthenhancing collection of recipes, full of tasty and nutritious cooking inspiration. Is this something that took a lot work or did you find it second nature given your experience as a raw vegan cook…

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