+ Well Nourished ⎮ Sides and Salads ebook (20 plant powered recipes)

Well Nourished Sides and Salads ebook

Do you and your family eat a good variety of vegetables each and every day? More importantly, do you ALL enjoy eating eating them (including the kids)?

It is widely accepted in health and nutrition circles that eating a variety of plant based whole foods, is what’s most important for achieving and maintaining optimal health. Whether you choose to eat meat and/or grains, or not, is purely personal preference. We are all individuals and life is fluid – our nutritional requirements vary between us and throughout our lives. However one dietary requirement that is always necessary for good health and vitality, are vegetables.

For this reason, I’m really excited to announce that my latest ebook ‘Well Nourished Sides and Salads’ is dedicated to fabulous, nourishing sides and salads where vegetables shine in all their deliciousness!  

An ebook that makes the humble vegetable, sensational
The idea of this ebook is to make vegetables the hero of your meal! Most sources of protein (meat, vegetarian or vegan) when simply prepared are just delicious. So this ebook is designed to direct your time and effort into making the most important part of any meal, vegetables and salad, as delicious as they can be.

All of the salads and sides in this ebook, when combined with a source of protein, form a nutritionally balanced meal. All of the recipes are plant based and are gluten-, grain- and egg-free. I’ve also included alternatives for making them dairy- and nut-free.

Enticing veggie fussy kids
I’ve made a special point of testing these recipes on some very vegetable fussy kids with many positive responses. One of the reasons many kids reject salads and vegetables is because ‘they taste bad.’ Well I’ve set out to change that with this ebook!

I’ve also included ideas to get your kids, no matter their age, into the kitchen and helping with meal prep – things that I know have helped me to raise two vegetable loving kids.

I know you are going to love cooking and sharing these recipes with your friends and family.

To find out more or get your copy, click HERE.  As an introductory offer, you’ll receive 10% discount from purchases before the 31st December with the discount code VEGGIELOVER. So get in quick and make your veggies sensational!

‘Eating healthy is not about deprivation or following the latest diet trend. It’s nourishing your body with real, whole foods that give you all of the energy and motivation you need to live the life you want’. Georgia Harding 


  • Cat Green

    Just bought it and can’t wait to eat all these beautiful foods… haha although will have to wait for winter to roll around again for some of those seasonal beauties to be available. Just a quick question. My toddler goes through stages but she’s a pretty good veggie eater but when I include things in the salad (ie raisins, fruit, nuts etc) she just picks them out and doesn’t go for the veg… would you recommend not including those and making it just veg, or just accepting that that’s how it is at the moment, or tell her she’s expected to try all of it, not just some parts??? or at other times she’ll just eat the bread, but not the salad… I’m not sure whether to limit what I offer during that meal, or just trust that her body knows what it’s doing. Look forward to hearing your advice 🙂

  • Hi Cat, thanks so much for your support. My general approach is to definitely set an expectation, for my kids it is that they don’t have to eat it all, but they do have to try it (from a very young age that was the case, just as I expect them to use manners or sit at the table). I always made sure there was at least one veggie they liked in a salad or side, and always at least one I knew they weren’t keen on (always working on them increasing their variety). I personally kept foods like bread off the table (unless a special occasion) as my kids would fill up on it when I wanted them to eat veggies and protein. The post also has great tips for raising veggie loving kids – hope this helps http://wellnourished.com.au/5-tips-for-raising-veggie-loving-kids/ G x

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