You’ve bookmarked more recipes than you could make in a lifetime. Your shelves are overflowing with cookbooks. Your pantry has some superfoods, but they’ve become super stale and super dusty. In short, you still can’t get yourself to eat right on a regular basis. And you’re wondering, “What the heck is wrong with me?”
High-energy wellness expert Talia Pollock is here to share some good news: nothing is wrong with you. You don’t have a willpower deficiency. You won’t benefit from another minute on Pinterest. And you don’t really need a new blender. Healthy eating doesn’t require suffering. Or a meal plan. Or ashwagandha (unless you’re into that).
Pollock just wants you to eat well most of the time, so you can feel and look your best most of the time. Because isn’t that the point? Aren’t we promised that, at the end of the apple-to-zucchini rainbow, there will be greater health, smaller pants, clearer skin, and boundless energy? With her accessible and amusing approach, Pollock will show you how—and it all comes down to eating more plants. Her 100-plus recipes, strategically designed for everyday situations from after-school snacking to cooking for your carnivorous in-laws, include:
Sweet-Ass Sriracha Tofu
Penne Almost Vodka with It-Beats-Meatballs
Pad Thai in No Thai’m
Our ’Bucha Mule
With the witty words of wisdom that Talia gives her coaching clients and fans, learn how to party in your plants every day, without it taking over your kitchen, maxing out your credit card, or skyrocketing your stress.
Talia Pollock is a writer, speaker, plant-based chef, TV personality, and health and empowerment coach. She's the host of the top-rated Party in My Plants podcast and the proud founder of Party in My Plants, an internationally-celebrated wellness platform that breathes fresh, funny air into the way-too-serious space of healthy living.
Talia's simple recipes and spunky lifestyle advice have been featured in outlets such as the Dr. Oz Show, The Huffington Post, mindbodygreen, Buzzfeed, Bustle, and Success. She lives in New York City with her husband and her goldendoodle, both of whom love kale and one of whom eats it off the floor.