More than 150 deliciously easy vegan recipes for a long, healthy, satisfied, joyful life by Jason Wrobel– will have you eating for better sex, good sleep, weight loss, happiness and good mood, more energy, detoxification, brain power, more muscle, immunity, strong bones, great skin, strong eyesight, a healthy heart, for less stress…. did I mention better sex?!?!
He grew up in Detroit, as a vegetarian for the few years of life due to a lactose intolerance, but he did start eating SAD (standard American diet). His grandfather was diagnosed with a metastasized tumor, 30 years after he had prostate cancer. He unfortunately lost the battle to cancer in 1995. After dealing with his grandfather’s battle, Jason did a ton of research and went vegan at the age of 20.
Each recipe has down to earth REAL food. Some recipes do call for some protein powders, taco shells, tempeh but they are few and far between. You are able to buy 98% of all ingredients from your favorite grocery store.
Each chapter explains more about what the title is about. He gives you some stats and a list of super foods to help you eat better. This is more than a cookbook, it’s more than a reference. It’s, in my opinion, a complete guide in healthier eating. He even has a chart of the bad, better, best foods to eat.
Chapter 1. Top libido boosting foods: asparagus, spinach, watermelon. Try his coconut lemongrass risotto, Thia Pad, Cream of asparagus soup.
Chapter 2. Top foods for great sleep: banana’s, rice, kale. Try his walnut taco’s, veggie fried rice, creamy coconut chickpeas with sweet potatoes.
Chapter 3. Top foods for healthy weight loss: honeydew melon, almonds, hemp seeds. Try his pineapple kale green smoothie, nacho cheesy popcorn, apple pie smoothie.
Chapter 4. Top feel good foods: asparagus, lemon, spinach. Try his pasta marinara, supreme vegan nacho’s, cinnamon sugar bunuelos.
Chapter 5. Top energy boosting foods: asparagus, spinach, cherries. Try his Fruit pizza, masa harina pizza, quinoa falafel with avocado tahini sauce.
Chapter 6: Top detoxifying foods: beets, cinnamon, garlic. Try his The impasta bowl, cheesy cauliflower popcorn.
Chapter 7. Top brain boosting foods: cocao, tomatoes, turmeric. Try his wrapatouille, chocolate pecan crunchy balls, pear apple crisp.
Chapter 8. Top muscle building foods: beans, brown rice, raspberries. Try his buckwheat breakfast bars, cauliflower parsnip mash with neatballs, black bean veggie burgers.
Chapter 9. Top immune boosting foods: watermelon, almonds, garlic. Try his golden turmeric milk, cream of mushroom soup, glorious green juice.
Chapter 10. Top Bone building foods: almonds, bok choy, spinach. Try his buffalo cauliflower bites with cashew dill dipping sauce, the burgerrito, roasted brussels sprouts with coconut bacon.
Chapter 11. Top foods for healthy skin: kale, green tea, hemp seeds. Try his superfood Caesar supreme salad, kale BLT salad, pear and pecan salad.
Chapter 12. Top foods for strong eye sight: kale, blueberries, red wine. Try his spaghetti squash primavera, butternut squash mac n cheese, mixed berry parfait.
Chapter 13. Top heart healthy foods: beets, oranges, spinach. Try his Thai cucumber peanut salad, dark chocolate pancakes, squash crostini.
Chapter 14.Top stress reducing foods: banana, broccoli, peanuts. Try his peanut butter ice cream, cream of broccoli soup, spicy jackfruit taco’s.
Most of the recipes in the book are gluten free. Actually at first I thought it was a GF book because it wasn’t until several recipes into it that I actually found one that had gluten it in. Jason does list a lot more TOP foods in each chapter, I was only mentioning three. But as you can see- real foods will improve your over all wellness. Including a better sex life.
With permission from Hay House Publishing, I’m able to share a recipe with you. It’s called Nacho Cheesy Popcorn. This is from the Chapter Recipes for Weight Loss.
2 tablespoons grapeseed oil
¾ unpopped popcorn seeds
¼ cup melted organic virgin coconut oil
¼ nutritional yeast
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon garlic powder
½ teaspoon sea salt.
- Heat the grapeseed oil in large saucepan over medium high heat. Add the popcorn seed and place the lid on the lid on pan. Shake vigorously to coat the kernels with oil. When the corn starts to pop, shake the pan constantly until the popping stops, about 5-7 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and pour the popped corn into a large mixing bowl.
- Drizzle the melted coconut oil over the hot popcorn and sprinkle with the nutritional yeast, chili powder, cumin garlic powder and sea salt. Stir thoroughly and serve immediately.
I didn’t use his method of popping the corn I used my air popper. Therefore I didn’t use the grapeseed oil. OMG!!! I loved it. Actually I had this for supper one night. Yes, you can have popcorn for dinner- try it sometime. Plus I scored bonus points for being a cool Mom. Sometimes I make my kids popcorn for breakfast- and this is a non guilty pleasure. If your kids are not a fan of spice, omit the chili powder- it will still be awesome.
Published and distributed by Hay House Inc. 2016. Cover and Interior photography: Jeff Skeirik, Interior food photography: Jackie Sobon, Food Styling: Jackie Sobon and Michelle Marquis, Recipe formatting: Michelle Marquis, Indexer: Jay Kreider
CONTEST CLOSED- Congratulations to Jenn G and Jo-Ann B they both won a copy of Eaternity.
Hay House publishing did send me out a copy of Eaternity for review and is offering a giveaway.
We are able to give 2 copies of this masterpiece away. Kayla and I decided to hold a contest for Canadian Residents and one for American Residents. So, please make sure you click on the right link. Good luck to all who enter. Again as before, we will contact the winner (s) by email. You will have 24 hrs to contact us, or we will have to choose another winner. The contest will run for one week. American residents enter here. Canadian residents enter here.
Try the popcorn and let us know what you think. Leave a comment. It’s good, and we give you permission to eat it for dinner 😉