These Plant-Based Recipes Are Magical
Food journalist Kat Odell took that idea and created Unicorn Food, a new cookbook full of healthy, plant-based recipes that offer the vibrant colors and fun of the “unicorn” trend, without using artificial dyes and other less-than-optimal culinary tricks. Instead, she incorporated “ingredients straight from nature, and likewise fortified with myriad good-for-you properties,” such as spirulina, turmeric, bee pollen and more, she writes in the book’s intro.
Here are two recipes from the book so you can get a taste of these great-for-you, gorgeous dishes.
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