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Impossible Foods Raises Money For Children In Need With Meat-Free Cookbook


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Plant-based startup Impossible Foods is to launch a meat-free cookbook* on June 16, with a percentage of the profits going to No Kid Hungry – a nonprofit that aims to end childhood hunger in the United States.

Titled Impossible: The Cookbook: How to Save Our Planet, One Delicious Meal at a Time, the book features recipes including Gyros with Greek Salad, Jardinière Burgers, and Lomo Saltado.

For each book sold on Amazon during 2020, $3 will be donated to No Kid Hungry.

‘Plants and the planet’

“All cookbooks have recipes. The best have recipes and ideas. This cookbook thinks hard about the relationship between plants and the planet, between humans and other living beings, all the while making that hard thinking easy for the rest of us,” the brand states.

“It’s a cookbook that’s great to look at and fun to read, but don’t forget to do the most important thing: cook from it.”

You can pre-order the cookbook on Amazon for $21.96 here

On Amazon, it appears all recipes state how to veganize the dish, as some contain dairy. Plant Based News has contacted Impossible Foods to see if all recipes can be veganized 

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