Sweden, Lind & Co.
Louise Langhoff Koch
+45 2265 5368
SØREN EJLERSEN, SANNE VENLOV AND THOMAS HESS-NIELSEN: LANTEPROTEINER
Want to eat healthier? Eat more greens? Replace meat with plants at least
once a week or once a month—or avoid meat altogether? It’s healthy for
both you and the climate. Maybe you worry you won’t feel full or get enough
protein. And does a meat-free diet even taste good?
Legumes are an excellent green source of protein—beans, lentils, chickpeas,
etc.—and there’s a wealth of varieties and possibilities. Cereals, too: millet,
buckwheat, and the more exotic varieties like amaranth and quinoa.
At the farm-to-table company Aarstiderne—which grows and ships organic
vegetables to thousands of homes and restaurants each year—fields are
planted with myriad crops that both tempt and surprise the palate. Plants
come alive in the sense-awakening recipes created by chefs all year round.
In this book you’ll find real inspiration in 60 delectable recipes with both
familiar and new protein-rich plants. There are many good everyday meals,
including green hotdogs and burgers, and some more advanced recipes you
can prepare during those rare free hours of the weekend. All created with
loads of taste and love for both plants and the earth—and yourself!