Eat Well

A whole new way to eat

Ancient Greek philosopher and scientist Aristotle once said, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” When it comes to living a healthy and balanced life, this sentiment rings very true for not only us at EatWell but also wholefood cook, Harriet Birrell. So much so, in fact, she has crafted her latest cookbook, Whole, around the philosophy.

is a collection of 100-plus plant-based recipes celebrating food in a way that’s simple, delicious and satisfying for everyone

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