Party in your plants : 100+ plant-based recipes and problem-solving strategies to help you eat healthier (without hating your life)
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New York : Avery, 2020.
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344 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
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9780525540267, 0525540261

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Includes index.
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You've been bookmarking recipes and buying cookbooks, but your superfoods are getting super stale and super dusty. Eating healthy shouldn't create stress. Pollock is here to say: nothing is wrong with you. Her recipes are strategically designed for real-life situations, from eating breakfast in your car to not wanting to be the weirdo at the potluck. -- adapted from back cover and page 2.
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Pollock, T. (2020). Party in your plants: 100+ plant-based recipes and problem-solving strategies to help you eat healthier (without hating your life). New York: Avery.

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Pollock, Talia. 2020. Party in Your Plants: 100+ Plant-based Recipes and Problem-solving Strategies to Help You Eat Healthier (without Hating Your Life). New York: Avery.

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Pollock, Talia, Party in Your Plants: 100+ Plant-based Recipes and Problem-solving Strategies to Help You Eat Healthier (without Hating Your Life). New York: Avery, 2020.

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Pollock, Talia. Party in Your Plants: 100+ Plant-based Recipes and Problem-solving Strategies to Help You Eat Healthier (without Hating Your Life). New York: Avery, 2020. Print.

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