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November 02, 2018 - SW Londoner

Online vegan chef says ‘the only way is up’ for growing community of plant-based Nigerians

Online vegan chef says ‘the only way is up’ for growing community of plant-based Nigerians
Tomi Makanjuola, Plantain CookbookFile Photo / © Photabulous!

A west London blogger-turned-author has created a platform to showcase classic Nigerian dishes that have been made vegan friendly. 

Tomi Makanjuola, better known online as ‘The Vegan Nigerian’, said that the pursuit of better health initially inspired her to go vegan.  “I learnt to adapt traditional Nigerian recipes through experimentation."

Her new venture the Plantain Cookbook features over 40 recipes that are based on one key ingredient.

Read more at SW Londoner


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