“Perfect for flavor-first foodies like me, who are on a mission to add more plant-forward dishes to our tables!" – Michelle Tam, New York Times bestselling author and creator of Nom Nom Paleo
The Vegetarian Reset celebrates a lifestyle where a foodie sensibility intersects with healthy eating. It solves the never-ending dilemma that all plant-based eaters face: Is life fun when you eat salad every day, or is it worth it to let your health take a backseat to enjoy a big bowl of rice or pasta without enough protein?
In her debut cookbook, Vasudha Viswanath takes readers on a little trip around the world, drawing inspiration from an array of traditional and global cuisines that are rich in whole foods like vegetables, legumes, and healthy fats. Seasonal vibrant recipes are moderately low-carb and put vegetables front and center, while also being gluten-free! Learn to bake healthy bread from scratch, make paella out of cauliflower rice, transform paneer into gnocchi, and sweeten brownies with dates! Whether you already follow a low-carb lifestyle or simply want to add more healthy dishes into your rotation, The Vegetarian Reset will delight and inspire vegetarians, vegans, and omnivores alike to eat well, fully nourish, and reset your body.
MORE PRAISE FOR THE VEGETARIAN RESET:
“A genius idea that is beautifully executed by Vasudha…Bring on the Curried Lentil Mushroom Bolognese, Masala Egg Bites, and Avocado Lime Smoothie, please!” – Archana Mundhe, bestselling author and founder, Ministry of Curry
“[A] genuine work of art! The photos are breathtaking, and the recipes are unique, nourishing, and easy to follow.” – Shana Hussin, author of Fast To Heal and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
“[V]ibrant and diverse recipes will inspire you to change the way you eat and focus on healthy lower carb options." – Dhru Purohit, host of the Dhru Purohit Podcast and serial entrepreneur
About the Author
Vasudha Viswanath is the founder of We Ate Well, a community for foodies that brings you the inside scoop on everything vegetarian. Her mission is to help you eat mindfully, joyfully, and sustainably on a vegetarian diet. She grew up in Bangalore, India and now lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.
Alexandra Shytsman is a writer, recipe developer, food photographer, and creator of The New Baguette, a plant-based recipe site for the veg-curious. She is the co-author of The Complete Vegan Cookbook, and her work has been featured in national media like The Kitchn, Food52, HuffPost, and Cherry Bombe. She is a Ukrainian immigrant and currently lives in New York City.
“This minimalist, whimsical and divine cookbook is going to fly off the shelves. For most of us when we think vegetarian, we see an abundance of bland, wilted salads. Collating recipes from around the world and staying true to seasonal, nourishing produce that are used in a variety of unusual recipes that will delight every serious foodie, this is a debut cookbook that feels very assured and personal, with some gorgeous photography and great step by step instructions.” —Glamour Magazine UK.
“Each recipe in this book is interesting, innovative, and unique. Even if you consider yourself a carnivore, you're likely to find at least a few tantalizing ideas in this book. Utilizing a little bit from every type of cuisine around the globe, The Vegetarian Reset helps you make the most of nature's bounty and encourages the use of the freshest possible produce. With tons of tips and tricks (like making homemade gnocchi from paneer), the cookbook provides a wealth of inspiration for incorporating more plant-based meals into your diet.” —Tasting Table.“Perfect for flavor-first foodies like me, who are on a mission to add more plant-forward dishes to our tables!" —Michelle Tam, New York Times bestselling author and creator of Nom Nom Paleo.
“A genius idea that is beautifully executed by Vasudha. I LOVE cooking recipes from around the world and seeing a book that is low-carb and plant-based makes me so happy." – Archana Mundhe, bestselling author and founder, Ministry of Curry
“As a fellow vegetarian who is passionate about high-quality food, I believe that the delightful and inventive recipes in Vasudha's cookbook will inspire you to eat better every day and fuel you to feel your best.” – Aishwarya Iyer, founder and CEO, Brightland
"[T]his cookbook is filled with a variety of delicious recipes making it perfect for a healthy foodie...I would definitely recommend this book to anyone following a low carb, vegetarian lifestyle, or honestly, just anyone interested in trying new healthy AND tasty recipes." – Heather DiBiasi, MS, RDN
"Vasudha's cookbook rethinks vegetarian food and effortlessly weaves nutrition and flavor together in every dish. These vibrant and diverse recipes will inspire you to change the way you eat and focus on healthy lower carb options." – Dhru Purohit, host of the Dhru Purohit Podcast and serial entrepreneur
"Vasudha's cookbook is a genuine work of art! The photos are breathtaking, and the recipes are unique, nourishing, and easy to follow." – Shana Hussin, RDN and author of Fast To Heal
"Written in a welcoming tone, Vasudha Viswanath’s cookbook The Vegetarian Reset shares fresh alternatives to vegetarian diet staples like 'lab-grown burgers' and carbohydrate-laden pastas and rices. These 'moderately low-carb' and 'predominantly gluten-free' recipes stand to satisfy foodie palates and put the healthy vegetable factor back into vegetarian dishes...The Vegetarian Reset takes a healthy, light approach to vegetarian cooking, sharing splendid, flavorful recipes that explore the diet’s potential." —Foreword Reviews
"Beautifully and profusely illustrated throughout with full color photos of finished dishes by photographer Alexandra Shytsman, The Vegetarian Reset: 75 Low-Carb, Plant-Forward Recipes from Around the World from culinary expert Vasudha Viswanath will be of special appeal and value to kitchen cooks with an interest in vegetarian cooking, as well as Low Carb and Low Carbohydrate diets. While also available in a digital book format, The Vegetarian Reset is an especially and unreservedly recommended addition to personal, family, professional, and community library cookbook collections." —Midwest Book Review.