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Mayim Bialik Annouces Plans for Vegan Cookbook

The vegan actress recently announced her plans for a family-oriented, plant-based cookbook.

Vegan, actress, neuroscientist, and attachment-parenting advocate Mayim Bialik announced yesterday on Jewish parenting website kveller.com—where she is a frequent contributor—that her next book will be a vegan, family-oriented cookbook. The Emmy-nominated Big Bang Theory actress is teaming up with pediatrician and nutritionist Dr. Jay Gordon to pen The Plant-Based Family Kitchen. The cookbook, which is set to be released in fall of next year, will feature simple and easy-to-make recipes for all stages of childhood. Bialik reveals she intends to include plant-based versions of Jewish recipes she has perfected, in addition to her family’s favorites.

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