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The Spirulina Recipes Ebook!

by Sarah E. January 10, 2012

I am so thrilled to tell you about THE SPIRULINA RECIPES EBOOK, a new cookbook published by the vegan goodess Courtney Pool! This cookbook is packed with beautiful recipes and photos featuring the superfood spirulina, which is high in plant protein and other nutrients.

Courtney writes: “Spirulina has a very distinct flavor that requires specific combining with other flavors.The Spirulina Recipes Ebook will share how you can incorporate spirulina into desserts, chocolate, entrees, soups, salads, smoothies and more, with 30 unique recipes! Top healthy chefs have contributed their tried-and-true, personal favorites for recipes incorporating the incredible superfood spirulina.”



Sarah E.
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