21 DELICIOUS RECIPES INSPIRED BY BAJA
Plant-based recipes healthy enough for every day

Mexico - Recipes from the Road, Vol. 1

Our first ebook/cookzine will:

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    Show you how to enjoy Mexican flavors in your own home
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    Teach you how to make plant-based components from scratch
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    Give you tips on how to find some of the more unusual ingredients

Healthy Mexican food can be hard to find - so make it yourself!

You know that feeling you get after eating a giant plate of nachos at your local Mexican joint? Food coma! Well, it doesn't have to be that way.

You can make delicious Mexican food without all the added oils and fat. And we have 21 recipes right here that will prove that to you! It's not complicated. The recipes are pretty simple.

Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, whole food plant based, or just want to add healthier meals to your rotation that don't skimp on flavor, this collection is for you.

“You can make delicious Mexican food without all the added oils and fat.

Every recipe but the burrito is also gluten-free! And all you need to do to make that one gluten-free is swap out the tortilla for a gluten-free one. Easy!

Eat well, support your health & help support our work!

​Eat Well!

Make tasty Mexican food at home without the guilt! No animals were involved in any of these recipes. 

​Healthier Options!

Has your doctor been nagging you to cut cholesterol or lose weight? These recipes can help with both of those!

​Support Our Work!

It's no secret that creating videos & recipes is a lot of work. YouTube doesn't pay much. Buying our recipe book helps us continue this work!

If you love food but would like to lose weight anyway, these recipes can help!

All of these recipes are oil-free as written. You'd be surprised at how much cutting oil from your diet can help you lose weight.

Instead of oils and animal-based ingredients, these recipes use cashews and avocado to add creaminess.

What vegan Mexican recipes are included?

We've included 21 vegan Mexican recipes that range from individual components to meals. The goal is to give you options to mix and match for your own meals.

  • TVP Taco Meat
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Salsa Tofu

  • Soyrizo
  • Cashew Sour Cream

  • Guacamole
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Cashew Nacho Sauce

  • Red Enchilada Sauce

  • Pico de Gallo

  • Pumpkin Seed Sauce
  • Pickled Onion
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Baked Tortilla Chips
  • Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas
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Tortilla Soup
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Bean Burrito Bowl
  • Tacos
  • Burritos
  • Mexican Quinoa

  • Mango Jicama Salad
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Fruit and Jicama with Lime & Tajin
  • Hibiscus Tea (Agua de Jamaica)
  • Limonada Mineral

Have a look at some of the dishes you can make:

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Nachos!

nachos with baked tortilla chips.

Enchiladas!

sweet potato black bean enchiladas.

Tortilla Soup!

tortilla soup.

MEXICO: Recipes From the Road, Vol. 1

Grab our 21 vegan Mexican recipes in a format that makes sense for you: ebook, cookzine, or both!

Mexico - Recipes from the Road, Vol. 1 ebook and cookzine.

"21 plant-based, gluten-free, oil-free recipes"


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Learn how to make your own vegan meats, sauces, and meals in your own kitchen!

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Get Instant Access to the ebook!

Buy the ebook now, download immediately, and you'll have instant access to all of the recipes! You could be making delicious Mexican food as soon as you have the ingredients! The physical cookzine ships within 7 business days.


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Mexico recipes from the road vol. 1 ebook.

$9.99

  • 21 plant-based recipes
  • Clickable resource links
  • Printable PDF format
  • Instant download


ebook + cookzine


Mexico - Recipes from the Road, Vol. 1 ebook and cookzine.

$16.99

  • 21 plant-based recipes
  • Clickable resource links
  • 5.5" x 8.5" physical booklet
  • AND a printable PDF
  • Instant download of PDF
  • Booklet shipping is included

FAQ

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:


What do you mean by vegan or plant-based?

​Why vegan?

​Are any of the recipes gluten-free?

​Why oil-free?

​What kind of tofu do you normally use?

​Do you have more questions?

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