Vegan Diet: 35+ Vegetarian Recipes To Build Muscle And Get Lean (Healthy Vegan Recipes) by Sivan Clinton

35+ Vegetarian Recipes To Build Muscle And Get Lean (Healthy Vegan Recipes)

Vegan diet: 35+ vegetarian recipes to build muscle and get lean (healthy vegan recipes)


This book is perfect for people looking for vibrant vitamins and nutrients. We walk you through the step-by-step ways in which you can create your own non-animal protein sources: from tempeh to seitan to tofu. Furthermore, we lend you 365 recipes to brighten your nutritional lifestyle. 

Imagine what life would be like if you were able to achieve your weight-loss goals.. And better yet, imagine what it'd be like to be able to achieve it by simply tweaking your lifestyle instead of hopping onto another fad diet trend that's only based off of short-term results!

Giving people this possibility is the exact reason I created this e-book! After receiving numerous questions about dieting, cooking, exercising, and healthy weight-loss, I felt obligated to create a road-map to help!

What are you waiting for? Don't wait any longer! Scroll up and click the buy now button to begin the journey to the life of your dreams!

Genre: COOKING / General

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / General

Language: English

Keywords: Vegan Diet, vegetarian diet, vegan recipes, detox, weight loss, ketogenic diet, low carb recipes

Word Count: 8599

Sales info:

Recently we ran a promo and were able to make 1500 sales during the promotion period. Though all sales were free downloads but it signifies that the topic has potential and is capable of making money. Paid downloads vary between 40 to 60 per month.



Minimum estimate - 30 Paid Downloads * $3.00 * 70% = $63 per month

Maximum but not limited to - 60 Paid Downloads * $3.00 * 70% = $126 per month

Annual Earnings per book - Minimum Estimate - $63 * 12 = $756 per year.

Annual Earnings per book - Max but not limited to Estimate - $126 * 12 = $1512 per year.


Please Note - This is just one book. I have over 1000+ books in my arsenal. If one book can do this much imagine how much even 10 books could do for you. Just stay committed with our business model and I assure you that we all will make money!! Lot of it!!

Sample text:

The concept of pressure cooking is not new and is based on common sense; when you seal water under a lid and boil it, it gets hot faster. It also allows the water to get above the boiling point. It wasn’t until the 17th-century, however, that someone built a cooking tool specifically for this purpose. Denis Papin was a mathematician, but he wanted to create a way for the poor to turn bones into a nourishing meat jelly. He knew he’d need to create a pot with an airtight seal, so he made what he called “the bone digester.” He presented it to the French court and served a meal made with the pot, but it was clunky, expensive, and dangerous, so it never became more than just a scientific curiosity.


A century later, the pressure canner was invented, which preserved vegetables and meat through boiling sealed glass jars. Napoleon’s army was fed on food saved through this method. Pressure canning eventually made its way to America, and in 1939, the very first pressure cooker premiered at the World’s Fair. This was used on the stove-top like a regular pot, but with its airtight seal, food could be cooked much faster. 


Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Natalia Casado Bolaños

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