Vegan Nigerian, Tomi Makanjuola to release a new cookbook titled ‘Vegan Nigerian Kitchen’.

The Vegan Nigerian food blogger and chef, Tomi Makanjuola is to release a new cookbook titled ‘Vegan Nigerian Kitchen’. The new cookbook is said to be a comprehensive cookbook that will include 100 classic Nigerian recipes.


According to Vegan Nigerian, “The comprehensive cookbook will include 100 classic Nigerian recipes with a vegan twist, spanning savoury soups, stews, snacks, porridges, rice dishes, drinks and lots more.”

Speaking with Tomi Makanjuola, she told My Cookery Zone Food Media that “Vegans can expect to discover exciting Nigerian recipes with a plant-based twist, gain insight into our style of eating, and hopefully expand their cooking repertoire. It’s a chance to see the beauty of our culture through our food, and a reinforcement that the vegan lifestyle is accessible and abundant.”

Image: Tomi Makanjuola with The Vegan Nigerian Kitchen Cookbook.
(Credit: Instagram Page)

She as well stated that she “will be sharing traditional Nigerian cooking techniques that involve fermentation, steaming and lots more. I will show how specific ingredients are prepared and the best way to make the most of our spices and vegetables in our dishes.”

My Cookery Zone Food Media gathered that the cookbook will be available in both paperback and ebook formats. “The cookbook will be released 22nd November.” Tomi stated.

Recall that, Tomi Makanjuola is the author of Free Guide to Going Vegan, Plantain Cookbook: 40+ recipes, Nice Cream: 25 Dairy-Free Recipes, 4-Week Alkaline Meal Plan, and also the author of the yet to be released cookbook titled Vegan Nigerian Kitchen.

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