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Voraciously: Plant Powered is a 12-week series of plant based recipes delivered to your inbox: our new collaboration with Washington Post Food!

Plant based recipes | Plant powered

We’ve been keeping a secret from you.

Alex & I are writing a new series with Washington Post Food!

Do you want to cook more plants? Voraciously: Plant Powered is a free newsletter series with 24 exclusive NEW plant-forward dinner recipes, tips, & shopping lists, all written by us! And it’s designed for anyone, no matter your diet or experience in the kitchen.

Alex and I are thrilled to be working with the talented teams at Washington Post Food and Voraciously on this “mini cookbook” that’s delivered to your inbox. We’ve bought thousands of groceries (yes, they know us at the checkout counter), taste tested until we’re blue in the face, and fidgeted through writer’s block. And we’re so excited to finally share it with you!

Here’s what you can expect to arrive in your inbox each week:

  • Two main-dish dinner recipes per week — one vegan and the other vegetarian (includes dairy and eggs).
  • Tips for easy meat or seafood additions for the flexitarians among us.
  • Recipes that are designed for one or two people but are easily scalable.
  • A budget-conscious weekly grocery list that includes both meals, to simplify your shopping.

Voraciously is all about helping you navigate the kitchen efficiently and with confidence. Each week, we’ll pop into your inbox with a lesson about plant-powered cooking and two great recipes that let you taste it in action.

We hope you’ll sign up, and tell all your friends, too! You’ll receive a new Plant Powered newsletter every Tuesday afternoon (beginning June 4) for the next 12 weeks.

Sign up for Voraciously: Plant Powered here.

Plant based recipes | Plant powered

Image credits: Photo: Justin Tsucalas; food styling Nichole Bryant

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About the authors

Sonja & Alex

Hi, we’re Alex and Sonja Overhiser, married cookbook authors, food bloggers, and recipe developers. We founded A Couple Cooks to share fresh, seasonal recipes for memorable kitchen moments! Our recipes are made by two real people and work every time.

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  1. Hi, what is the noodle and broccoli dish pictured on this page (the photo above)? Looks delicious. Is a recipe available?