YouTuber Rachel Ama Releases Vegan Cookbook

The social media star's plant-based recipes are influenced by her Caribbean and West African roots
rachel-ama's-vegan-eats-cookbook
'Tasty plant-based recipes for every day' (Photo: Instagram)

Vegan YouTuber, Rachel Ama, will be releasing a vegan cookbook this summer, which debuts June 6, 2019.

The cookbook, Rachel Ama's Vegan Eats, which is currently available to pre-order, is filled with 'easy to make' recipes, with most dishes taking less than 30 minutes to create.

'Fun, inviting and absolutely delicious'

Ellie Crisp at Ebury Publishing, says: "Let Rachel welcome you to her vegan way of eating with her epic Caribbean Fritters (using jackfruit and nori), Jerk Mushroom Plantain Tacos, 'Chuna' Pasta, or anything with her incredible Jerk BBQ sauce.

"For Rachel, it’s about showing you can still eat your favorite dishes from your own cultures and not compromise on flavor. She makes vegan cooking feel fun, inviting and absolutely delicious."

'Dance to Leon Bridges with Avacado Toast'

Rachel, who has over 170,000 subscribers on YouTube, traveled around South America after Univesity and found inspiration by how each country 'offered a completely different palette of flavours'.

The YouTuber, who is well known for dancing in front of the camera, has accompanied most recipes with a song that you can cook along to: "Make Caribbean Channa with Nina Simone or dance to Leon Bridges with Avocado Toast," Ellie adds.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are prepared in the author's capacity and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Plant Based News itself. 

Reuse this content
PBN Contributor:

Liam is a writer and poet from the north of England. His work has been featured in Gay Times Magazine, Attitude Magazine, Oh Comely, and The Huffington Post. He loves vegan mac and cheese more than anything else in the world.

(c) 2019 Plant Based News LTD. All Rights Reserved. Content must not be copied without permission.

Join the conversation

Since you're here...
Plant Based News is a FREE service that receives millions of views each week. This takes a lot of our personal time, money and hard work. But we do it because we KNOW it makes a difference. If those following our reporting helped by contributing, we could do even more. Please consider supporting us so we can create further awareness about animal rights, environmentalism, ethical consumerism and the plant-based lifestyle. Not a false narrative - but information that empowers people to make better choices.

It's World Vegan Day