Beatnik Publishing, April 2015
203mm x 278mm
WHOLE: Recipes for Simple Wholefood Eating is a cookbook I curated and photographed with the simple intention to be able to share the value of good food and good health. Inspired by my own personal journey and belief in the idea that a more mindful approach to eating is a happier, healthier one, WHOLE will help kick-start your own health journey and provide some delicious inspiration.
The book features a collection of recipes created by the following contributors who are some of New Zealand's notable food bloggers and entrepreneurs: Olivia Scott of The Raw Kitchen, Danijela Unkovich of Healthy Always, Hannah Horton of Health Yeah! & Eleanor Ozich of Mondays Wholefoods, Jordan Rondel of The Caker, Sophie Carew of Carew Kitchen, Monique Satherley of Snackpack, Kelly Gibney of Bonnie Delicious, Abbylee Childs & Twyla Eloise of Healthyself, and Buffy-Ellen Gill of Be Good Organics.
With 50 delicious healthy wholefoods recipes written exclusively for this book, there is bound to be a recipe for you, be it a Mango and Turmeric Cheesecake, Pina Colada smoothies, Banana Oat Pancakes or a healthy take on Cacao No-Grainola.
“The book is beautifully produced, with bite size recipe sections for each of our inspirational women, loads of pictures to show off their style and the beautifully presented food.”
- We Love Books, Booksellers NZ
“Bronwyn Kan and her 12 bloggers/cooks make this ode to whole-some, delicious eating inspirational. Each one relishes 'the connection between eating nourishing food and the resulting energy, health and glow,' as Gibney puts it… in fact, every recipe looks like a healthy, glowing gem. Highly recommended.”
- Linda Herrick, Canvas Magazine, NZ Herald
“From the beautiful simplistic textured cover to the gorgeous photos inside...you can tell a lot of love and care has gone in to the compilation of this recipe book. It’s very rare that we open up a cookbook and want to make just about everything in it; WHOLE recipes look and sound so delish you will want to create something new out of it every week!"
- Ange Norton, NZ Real Health