Professor Andrew Knight

“Warning: the mouth-wateringly delicious meals stylishly presented and gorgeously photographed in this book will not make you feel better. Not immediately. If you’re like me, they will make you ravenously hungry! And keen to hit the kitchen. Fortunately, the very simple instructions will help you quickly solve this problem, even if your cooking skills are as basic as my own. You will then feel better, and the longer you follow this book, the better you will feel. In her engaging, informative style, Peggy Brusseau explains why. She explores the nutritional benefits of the vegan diet, which is now taking the world by storm. You’ll even learn why it’s also better for your children, and potentially, for your pets. As a veterinarian, I was pleased to see pets included. And as a super busy person, I was also pleased to see the time indications given, to prepare each recipe. Whether as a stylish gift for a food-focused friend, or for personal use, I highly recommend this easy-to-read and enjoyable text.”

Andrew Knight, Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Professor of Animal Welfare & Ethics and Founding Director of the Centre for Animal Welfare, University of Winchester
Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy
EBVS & RCVS Veterinary Specialist in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law
American and New Zealand Veterinary Specialist in Animal Welfare