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Unicorn Food

Unicorn Food

Unicorn Food: Beautiful, Vibrant, Plant-Based Recipes to Nurture Your Inner Magical Beast
Published: 21 Aug 2018
It’s among the hottest trends in the food world today—magically colorful dishes and drinks that are as bewitchingly beautiful as they are incredibly tasty and nutritious. Now, Kat Odell—a food journalist, author (the just-published Day Drinking), and entrepreneur who started selling her popular unicorn nut milks in 2015—celebrates the unicorn food movement with a rainbow of 75 recipes. The recipes are vegan. The ingredients are all-natural and super-nutritious, from fresh fruits and vegetables to superfoods like…

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Unicorns seem to be everywhere these days. I was intrigued by the title of this book "Unicorn Food" and found the covering aesthitically pleasing. 

From the author "I started thinking about fun, colorful, somewhat magical things, and the world unicorn came to mind. And that's when it hit me: My healthy rainbow of milks should be called Unicorn Milk. Unicorn Milk has since morphed into Unicorn Food-where I use many of my milks and ingredients to build an array of foods both sweet and savory."

Unicorn Food is a plant based vegan way of eating. The author uses "colors" as a way to build her unicorn food. It's an interesting outlook and a unique one. 

I can't say I would try EVERY recipe listed, I'm a picky eater. I'm trying to work up the nerve to try some of the recipes. One recipe caught my attention and I'm honestly looking forward to trying it. Since I'm making many lifestyle changes, I think this book will be a great stepping point. 

The colors are bold, fun, and inspiring. The  ingredients are easily found at your local natural grocer or regular grocery store. What I like is many of the recipe don't require a ton of different ingredients. Many of them can be used for a multitude of the recipes are listed. 

The author doesn't list additional resources. I'd suggest writing down the  ingredients you need to browsing the aisles of your favorite store. 

I can definitely recommend this book.
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Creator of Bookstanista, a book and book style website, Nicole is a 30-something mom and wife to a Viking. A fan of Phantom of the Opera and Beauty and the Beast, she lives and breathes books. Her home library now consists of over 300 e-books and 500 paperback and hardback books. When she's not reading or reviewing books, you can find her interacting with authors or dreaming of a world with books and unicorns and toting around her Angora rabbit: Denim-Cyan.

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