Arlington, VA, September 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Chef Bev Kumari has been sharing her version of veganism, and vegetarianism for more than 28 years. When she's not writing recipes, and working as a chef at the Marriott in Washington, D.C., she tours throughout the country promoting her new cookbook, "Nouveau V The New Renaissance of Vegan and Vegetarian Cuisine."
An avid animal rights activist, Chef Bev has come up with meals that not only protect the environment and animals but also satiates the palate. Recipes like her Italian vegan Bolognese, and Maple Tempeh Bacon would readily tempt the taste buds of any die hard omnivore.
"I have come up with recipes not to convert any one to veganism, but to educate meat consumers on cooking what they like using meatless products," states Chef Bev.
She also notes that veganism is not a trend for her, as it becomes more public and mainstream with celebrities. For Chef Bev, veganism is a lifestyle in which she actively promotes animal rights. However, she believes that the conversion to a plant-based or vegan diet from watching movies like "What the Health," "Earthlings," and "Cowspiracy" is an excellent way of stamping out factory farming, and animal cruelty.
Nouveau V, was released on May 22, 2017 by Christian Faith Publishers and authored by Beverly Kumari, co-authored with Executive Chefs Jonathan Layton, Abdellah Aguenaou and Douglas De la Reza. Nouveau V can be found online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online retailers as well as Politics and Prose in the Washington, D.C. area.