Easy. Whole. Vegan. by Melissa King
100 Flavor-Packed, No-Stress Recipes for Busy Families

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Wouldn’t you do more healthy cooking at home—if you only had the time?
It can be tough to put dinner on the table without falling back on packaged, processed foods. But for Melissa King, watching her two young daughters struggle with health issues was tougher. She switched her family to a whole foods, plant-based diet—and it made all the difference.
Today, Melissa is a master at crafting flavor-packed, no-stress recipes that are Easy. Whole. Vegan. (Plus, they’re gluten-free!) Here are her top 100 meals, snacks, desserts, and more—ingeniously organized by need to help busy families find the right one:
 QUICK: Make Sweet Potato Pancakes or Avocado & Chickpea Stuffed Cucumbers in 30 minutes or lessEASY: Multitask effortlessly with slow-cooker dishes like Chili Mac & CheeseMAKE-AHEAD: Prep Lentil Shepherd’s Pie when you do have time, and freeze it for later (Melissa explains exactly how!)Plus, ENTERTAIN with White Bean & Zucchini Burgers, MAKE IT YUMMY with wholesome condiments like Hidden Veggies Tomato Sauce, and hydrate for health with PICK-ME-UPS like Beet, Orange & Ginger Juice or a Tropical Green Smoothie. 
You do have time to cook whole, vegan food at home—once a week, or all the time. It’s easy!

About Melissa King

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Melissa King is the founder of mywholefoodlife.com, where she chronicles her family’s journey into healthy eating. A vegetarian for 16 years, in 2012 she went vegan and quit all processed foods with her family. King hopes to inspire others to live a more healthy life. My Whole Food Life has 179,000 likes on Facebook, and over 70,000 followers on Pinterest. King’s recipes have been featured on iVillage, Self.com, Greatist, POPSUGAR Moms, and more, and her Chocolate Almond Banana Bites won first place in a “healthy chocolate” contest on the Today show, where Joy Bauer sang their praises. Everyday Health recently ran a popular feature on King and her family’s experience living a whole-food life. She lives outside of Dallas, TX, with her husband and two daughters.
Published August 23, 2016 by The Experiment. 224 pages
Genres: Self Help, Cooking. Non-fiction