In this episode of The Vegetarian Zen Podcast we have the pleasure of talking with Peggy Brussueau her latest book, The Contented Vegan.
The Contented Vegan is your essential guide to transitioning to a vegan lifestyle, combining delicious recipes with practical, inspirational and reassuring advice on making the switch.
Peggy Brusseau is a food writer, cook, and committed vegan. She has written or co-written 24 books on cooking and nutrition. She is originally from Minneapolis and now resides in London.
In our interview, Peggy discusses:
- ways we can avoid being a “White Bread and Jam Vegan”
- the power of the 80/20 rule when it comes to your diet
- the Two-Family Meal (what do you do when not everyone in your household is vegan?)
You can find Peggy on Instagram, Facebook, and on her website.
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Vickie and Larissa
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