Vegan Recipes, Cooking and Books
We are so passionate about plant-based food that we want to excite you too. We love the textures, flavours, colours and above all the wonderful health benefits that a vegan diet can give you.
On our website you will find recipes and ideas to get you inspired and enthused. The food that we cook is easy to make, so take a look around our site and see how we can encourage you to create some nutritious masterpieces of your own.
From soups to starters, main courses, desserts, and healthy snacks, we have mouthwatering recipes for you to try.
These are 40+ recipes mini ‘books’ for you to purchase and each cooklet focuses a different course including: desserts, healthy snacks and soups.
All the items and ingredients you will need to make cooking easy and delicious.
In the Kitchen With Marlene
Cooking with love and eating with gratitude is Marlene’s mantra. Take a look at her You Tube videos showing the vegan chef making some of the recipes on the website and in her books.
Vegan Recipe Books
Buy the latest Marlene Tara Watson book ‘Go Vegan’ or take a look at their back catalogue of books – all written with love and enthusiasm to help those find better health with a more natural diet.
Try and prepare your soup from fresh, organic, in season, and ideally local ingredients.
Meals to generously satisfy our senses, our philosophy, and our body.
Vegetables reflect the changing of the seasons; the different colours that they show indicate the phytonutrients that are in the foods. A good guideline is to always try to eat any perishable food from local sources and in the season of its growth. Be particular about organic quality.
Our Human Ecology Diet recommends fresh seasonal fruit once or twice a day. Frozen fruits are also excellent for using in desserts. Welcome to the world of Go Vegan guilt-free desserts! All the recipes you will find in this section have passed the test with discerning dessert aficionados.
Fresh fruit is my absolute favourite and alongside some mixed nuts is an ideal nutritious snack. Mixed berries or apple slices with a little peanut butter. Celery or carrot sticks with hummus. Kale chips or popcorn, the possibilities are endless.