Flow in the Kitchen by Brigitte Gemme

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Flow in the Kitchen by Brigitte Gemme

Overwhelmed, frustrated, or resentful in the kitchen?

It’s time for a mindset shift.

Cooking really good food is the ultimate opportunity to nourish our bodies and souls. When we are well fed, we can show up in our daily lives with more love and energy, ready to make the world a better place. Isn't that worth putting a little effort toward? Yes! Let’s do it together. 

Flow in the Kitchen invites home cooks like you to practice habits and routines that will transform cooking from a chore you dread to a ritual you embrace with gratitude and mindfulness. You will also understand how healthy vegan dishes are made, so you can rely on recipes less and improvise more simple meals using pantry ingredients and seasonal produce.

Praise for Flow in the Kitchen:

"Brigitte has created the perfect guide to support your transition to a healthy, kind and compassionate way of eating and living. The book shows you how a vegan diet does not have to be complicated or burdensome, but rather it is nutritious, healthy, tasty, fun and achievable. I highly recommend this book as your companion to a healthy plant-based way of living."

Dr Shireen Kassam, Founder of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK


"Cooking can be stressful, but it doesn't have to be. Flow In the Kitchen shares an enlightened approach to plant-based food preparation that will benefit anyone that wants to eat healthier. Let Brigitte guide you to cook more easily - and joyfully!"

Dreena Burton, author of Dreena's Kind Kitchen and Plant-Powered Families


"Flow in the Kitchen is not a cookbook, and that's a good thing. It delivers what we truly need - a practical path to cooking "real good food" made from plants, and staying the course. Brigitte shows us the path to flow and holds our hand every step of the way with candor, compassion, and humor." - Chana Davis, PhD, creator of Fueled by Science.


About the author

Brigitte Gemme is passionate about helping more people eat more plants, even if they think they will never go vegan. Though she used to love rare steak and blue cheese, she became vegan in 2015 to reduce her environmental footprint. Today, she is energized by the possibility of improving people's health and vitality by empowering them to cook really good food. She offers meal planning services, online cooking workshops, and a cooking club on her web site Vegan Family Kitchen. Brigitte has a PhD in Educational Studies from the University of British Columbia and a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from the University of Guelph. She lives in Vancouver (Canada) with her husband and two children.