Switching to a plant-based diet may be one of the greenest things you can do for the planet, but it doesn’t mean giving up flavor — or color. Food journalist Kat Odell’s latest book, Unicorn Food: Beautiful, Vibrant, Plant-Based Recipes to Nurture Your Inner Magical Beast, is designed to import the rainbow to your plate, without any chemicals or dyes.
“There’s been a huge trend of rainbow food but 90% of what’s out there is artificial color. It’s the opposite of what I’m doing, which is focusing on natural-hued foods. Fruits and vegetables like purple broccoli, blueberries, romanesco are more healthy than white food, and beautiful to look at.” The book includes a kaleidoscope of 75 superfood recipes.