SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) September 21, 2020
DefaultVeg and Bay Area environmental publisher Stone Pier Press joined forces to build momentum for a more climate-friendly world by creating greater access to delicious plant-based recipes that empower individuals to take climate action.
A project of Better Food Foundation, DefaultVeg is working to shift food norms to create a more resilient future. Working towards a healthier, more humane, and climate-friendly food system, Stone Pier Press has a growing stable of books focused on soil health, gardening, animal welfare, and cooking.
DefaultVeg boasts one of the largest, and most diverse digital plant-based recipe collections with nearly 10,000 individual recipes to date. It includes hand-curated collections for influential organizations and institutions like Stone Pier Press, Zero Hour, Black Vegetarian Society of Maryland, One Green Planet, The Kitchn, Food52, and many more. All recipes in the collection are searchable by course, cuisine, and total time they take to cook, for a more personalized recipe search experience.
“We’re excited to amplify Stone Pier Press’s delicious, climate-friendly recipes, and even more excited for the public to start using, liking, and sharing them. DefaultVeg makes it easier for anyone to choose food that is better for the planet, and that impact adds up.” -Erin Eberle, Director of Engagement, Better Food Foundation
If the Stone Pier Press recipe collection—with dishes like tomato-mint quinoa salad, summer zucchini lasagna, and pulled bbq jackfruit sandwiches—is any indication of what’s to come in What’s for Dinner: Plant-Rich Feasts for Any Occasion, due out in May 2021, we’re all in for a treat. What’s for Dinner is the first volume in an eco-cooking series from Stone Pier Press that flips the script by placing delicious, creative, plant-based dishes, rather than meat, at the center of special-occasion menus.
"People trying to eat less meat say figuring out what to serve for dinner is one of the biggest obstacles," says Clare Ellis, publisher of Stone Pier Press. "So we're thrilled to partner up with DefaultVeg to share many of our most popular dinner ideas. The path to a greener, more humane food system can be delicious."
Explore the Stone Pier Press recipe collection to see some of their most popular seasonal recipes. Says Ellis, “Together we are shifting food norms, and making a big impact, one meal at a time.”
The Better Food Foundation promotes dietary changes to build a healthy, equitable, humane, and environmentally sustainable food system.
Stone Pier Press is San Francisco-based nonprofit working towards a healthier, more humane, and climate-friendly food system.
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