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The Science of Simple, Healthier Desserts

Want to eat vegetarian, but are not sure how? No need to give up your favourite treats.

  • Learn to bake delicious vegan and vegetarian desserts
  • Perfect for beginners and home bakers
  • Simple ingredients
  • No eggs or refined sugars
  • Learn the chemical science behind the recipes

Why Vegetarian?

This nonfiction discusses a variety of reasons to pursue a vegetarian diet.

  • Includes scientific references and case studies
  • Provides an exposé on the agricultural industry, diet industry, and more
  • Includes insider information on how animals are treated under animal welfare laws
  • Concludes with ten easy meal ideas and recipes to get you started

Now On the Market

I Am the Ocean

Memoir of a solo female traveller.

The narration is so good that I actually felt that I was traveling with the author. After reading the book, I was bit by a travel bug and I am inspired to take up a solo trip myself” — Kruti, book blogger at My Wander Girl Life

I Am the Ocean would make a great nonfiction beach read. Personally, I love Samita Sarkar’s writing voice and want to read everything she has written.” — Savvy, book and finance blogger at Savvy Working Gal

There was a time, years ago, when looking for an adventure wasn’t so out of the ordinary. I’m thinking of the ‘60s/’70s, when those seeking adventure would hitchhike their way across the country in search of enlightenment, in double slugbug VW’s…I really appreciate her views and the free-spirit she has, grounded within her spiritual beliefs.” — Sara, blogger at Chick Lit Central

Synopsis

Samita Sarkar thought she was destined to spend her entire life running.

Never giving herself a moment’s rest, she studied hard and graduated from university with top grades, and then promptly began a tireless job search. But although she thought that she had done everything by the book, life still hadn’t given her any answers. She knew that God had a plan, but what was it?

Stricken with anxiety while facing midsummer heat and sizable life decisions, the thrifty twenty-something Canadian—who had never before travelled for travel’s sake—purchased a discount bus ticket for what she thought would be a few weeks of reprieve in The United States. Embarking on her journey with nothing but a small suitcase, a broken handbag, a killer manicure and a copy of “The Bhagavad Gita,” Samita would spend her days wandering streets and beaches, and her nights in jostling buses or on cramped couches. Marvelling at the beauty around her, Samita finally discovered what the world has to offer to those who stop running, while learning lessons that would set the course of the rest of her life.

Read it if…

You love to wander off the beaten path.

You want a light, uplifting read.

You’re a spiritual seeker.

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