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“It’s becoming more and more clear that the obsession with eating meat and dairy products and eggs is totally destroying the environment.” 

This week, renowned anthropologist, animal activist, and Conservationist Jane Goodall released a cookbook to encourage people to go plant-based.

EatMeatless: Good for Animals – the first-ever cookbook released by The Jane Goodall Institute on 23rd March offers around 80 plant-based recipes including breakfast dishes, soups, salads, mains, and desserts that promise to be both healthy and inspiring.

The book has been published by Simon & Schuster and includes a foreword as well as quotes of wisdom interspersed throughout by the veteran.

It has been ‘crafted especially for curious consumers looking to incorporate healthier dietary practices, those interested in environmental sustainability and animal welfare’.