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Wild Plate is a cookbook that brings you the future of food with a fun and creative twist on living cuisine, full of flavor infusions that will rock your taste buds.

As the plant-based food revolution continues to pick up steam, more people are discovering the raw food path to health and vitality.

Try one of these recipes once a day, week, or month. Consider it a fun, health
Hardcover, 284 pages
Published December 2013 by Laurel Anderson
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Jan 08, 2015 Anna Bendewald rated it really liked it
I was drawn to this cookbook visually because it's gorgeous. Then I was intimidated by the concept of raw food, then I let the author talk me off the ledge so I'm thoroughly enjoying making the over-the-top delicious food from the recipes.

Currently our family is starting a new religion. We worship Anderson's SALTED CARAMEL CHOCOLATE-BANANA SHAKE.
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Laurel Anderson comes from a long line of gifted textile artisans. They called themselves housewives. Her mother taught her to sew when she was a young child. 17 years ago she learned to quilt while helping a church group make quilts to donate. She started teaching quilting 10 years ago and learned to love hand and machine appliqu. She is best known for her complimentary mix of color, pattern and ...more
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