Michael Joseph has scooped a one pot recipe book from Roxy Pope and Ben Pook of popular online platform So Vegan.
Editorial director Ione Walder bought world rights in all languages from Ariella Feiner and Molly Jamieson at United Agents. One Pot Vegan will be released on 23rd July.
So Vegan's book promises “no fewer than 80 fuss-free and delicious recipes, which prove that vegan food is fun, tasty and simple to make”. The synopsis goes on: “among their 1.5 million followers, the couple are well-known for their quick and easy approach to cooking—and these recipes are no different. Designed to cook in just one pot, pan or tray, using easy-to-find ingredients, every recipe promises to be low on washing-up and high in flavour.”
It promises one-pot curries, one-tray fajitas, light lunches, desserts and crowd-pleasing meals, all with nutritional info, freezing tips for batch cooking and advice on how to shop and cook seasonally.
Pope and Pook said: “We started So Vegan with a simple mission: to make it easy for everyone to eat more plants. What we choose to eat has a huge impact on the environment and it's incredible to see so many people now adopting a more plant-based diet. But it's not always easy to make that switch! Lots of recipes use endless lists of ingredients and dizzying methods, which is exactly why we wanted to create this new cookbook. One Pot Vegan is the next step in our mission to simplify how we all cook vegan food and it's packed with our best recipes yet. It's essentially a melting 'pot' of everything we've learned over the past few years and we can't wait for everyone to get their hands on it."
Walder added: “We all need fast, easy, bung-it-in-the oven recipes at one time or another, and the increasing numbers of vegans and flexitarians are no different. So who better to give one-pot cooking a meat-free makeover than Ben and Roxy of So Vegan? They have a huge following for good reason—their platform is one of the best vegan food resources out there. Their new book will make vegan food simpler and more accessible than ever.”