Guardian article.

Someone get Posh a copy of my book asap!! 🙂

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0 Responses to Taaadaaaaa!

  1. paisley says:

    Great artical.
    I think we will fix the Blueberry dilip for our weekend recipe.
    And yes, someone should buy Posh a copy of your book for sure.

  2. organic diva says:

    I carry your books around all the time. Unfortunately I don’t think I have the same clout as Posh!!! Hahahahahahhhahaa.
    For some reason I can’t get the papparazzi (or however it’s spelled!) to take pics of me! I’m just not as dazzling as Posh, I guess…

  3. steadierfooting says:

    Thank you for you comments about “Skinny Bitch”! That book really, really bothers me. I dislike any diet book, but I especially dislike one that attempts to make veganism into some chic fad. The author has made statements about her approach being more successful with “converting” people to veganism, but I see it as dishonesty. I think she’s doing a disservice to vegans everywhere. Thank you for calling her out on it.

  4. Wendy says:

    Great article. Suspect I’m not the only Brit not to have heard of your book before. And suspect I’ll not be the only one dying to find it and try out some recipes. 🙂

  5. Sheila says:

    HEY! you should write a book about what you said in the article :

    “I get a lot of letters from young girls who want to get skinny, and it scares me,” she says. “Restricting food so you can lose weight is not healthy. Diets are for suckers. If you only eat certain foods to lose weight, it’s gonna come back and bite you in the butt.”

    sort of opposite of skinny bitch and “advocating veganism for compassionate reasons”


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