Framed by her own personal struggle with bulimia and body dysmorphia, Maria Koutsogiannis’ Mindful Vegan Meals traces the foods she ate to get her to the next stage of her recovery in a way that will inspire and help others with this large and growing problem as evidenced by her large social media following.
Maria pairs stories of her recovery from bulimia and body dysmorphia with the recipes that kept her body nourished along the way, giving an intimate look at how she went from eating disorder to proclaiming her personal mantra: Fear not. Food is your friend.
Packed with vibrant and healthy recipes inspired by her journey, including milestone recipes like the first carbs she allowed herself to eat, Mindful Vegan Meals offers a hopeful look at life while overcoming an eating disorder.
This book will have 75 recipes and 75 photos.
About the Author
Maria Koutsogiannis is the blogger behind Food by Maria. Her recipes have been featured in Impact Magazine, Spoonful: A Guide to Food and Laughter, Whole Foods, and Food Network Canada. She has 133k Instagram followers and lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
"Maria's new cookbook is as colorful, practical and gorgeous as the vibrant, humble and talented author herself. I can't wait to try these recipes and enjoy the delicious gifts Maria has provided here for us all." --Emily von Euw, bestselling author, creator of This Rawsome Vegan Life
"With this book, Maria shows each of us how healing--and enjoyable--food can truly be." --Sam Murphy, founder of So Beautifully Real
"Maria's unfiltered approach to spreading the message of self-love has resonated with me in ways no other influencer has. Her recipes tell the best stories; they draw me in so quickly and make me feel right at home. It's evident that she has poured her heart and soul into this book." --Amanda Le, founder of Raw Manda
"With stunning photography and delicious recipes, this book will help inspire many on their health journey." --Taline Gabrielian, founder of Hippie Lane
"Maria's no-nonsense approach to getting a grip on life and being the best version of yourself is not only evident--it's infectious. She shows you how to make delicious, healthy, vegan cuisine with a much needed reminder that you owe it to yourself to eat healthier and more importantly, to love yourself enough to do so." --Timothy Pakron, founder of Mississippi Vegan