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Mind Food: Plant-based recipes for positive mental health

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Mind Food is a stunning recipe book connecting readers with the concept of feeding our minds through yummy, plant-based treats made with seasonal ingredients.

Mind Food is a delicious and revolutionary invitation to eating whole foods, with a mind-nourishing twist - inspired by years of research around how food can make us happy and boost our moods.

Founder of Feed Your Mind Candy, Lauren Lovatt mindfully reconnects readers to the adage of 'we are what we eat' in this appetising new-wave cookbook. Focusing on hero ingredients of plants, whole grains, healthy fats, legumes, and tonic herbs, vibrant vegan recipes offer emotional balance with a splash of creativity, and a sprinkle of magic!

Mind Food is about connecting with yourself and the world around you, and offers a holistic toolbox of insights into how to live in sync with the world. It shares lifestyle practices that inspire new activities, and delicious sweet and savoury recipes focused on seasonal ingredients and tonics to support your brain through each life-affirming season. Nurture your mental and physical health with Mind Food, a must-have cookbook for every kitchen library.

About the Author

Lauren Lovatt is a vegan chef and pioneer in the mood food movement with radical supper club, Feed Your Mind Candy. She chefs at hipster plant-based culinary academy and restaurant Plant Hub, in East London, with the visionary likes of eco-chef and Guardian columnist Tom Hunt, and zero-waste chef Douglas McMaster. Lauren trained in LA and NYC, led the PlantLab Barcelona School and ran Asparagasm in the Cotswolds. She runs popular festival events at Glastonbury and Shambhala, and is regularly interviewed on how to express, support and inspire better mental health through plant-based, far out food. Lauren has taught mind candy' on retreats in Bali, Spain and in the States, and has set up the first vegan kitchen in Paris, at Hoy hotel.

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