""My New Roots" is beautiful proof that eating with nutrition in mind need not be a compromise. This is an unabashedly enthusiastic riff on the food-as-medicine approach to cooking and eating. Sarah's playful and encouraging voice is infectious; you get the sense that she is waiting on the other side of each recipe to give you a high five."
--Heidi Swanson, author of "Super Natural Every Day"
"Sarah always treads the beautiful line between making whole foods practical and also appealing, leading the way in this new real food movement."
--Sarah Wilson, author of "I Quit Sugar"
"I have been waiting for this book since I first started reading Sarah's blog years ago. She has a gift for writing truly wonderful recipes, vibrant with produce, and has the knowledge to explain why these plant-based foods are good for us. Her sweet spirit shines through every page. So thrilled to have this keeper in my kitchen!"
--Sara Forte, author of "The Sprouted Kitchen"
"Being healthy and happy is so easy when you're cooking with Sarah. Her gentle approach, love and passion for whole foods, and flair for pairing mind-blowing flavors create fabulous and fresh food that looks stunning and is bursting with personality and life-affirming goodness. With unbelievable tastes and textures, "My New Roots" takes you on an exquisite journey that seduces you with every lift of the fork, leaving you voracious for vegetables."
--Tess Masters, author of "The Blender Girl"
"It's a rare book that delivers inspiration through its every page, yet each one of Sarah's recipes sings with flavor and originality. The entire collection is a seductive introduction to a more wholesome way of eating and an irresistible call to the kitchen."
--Clotilde Dusoulier, author of "The French Market Cookbook" and "Edible French"
"Sarah's creativity always inspires. With its vibrant recipes, evocative visuals, witty combinations, and approachable ways to live better, this book is a must for anyone interested in optimal, delicious health."
--Laura Wright, thefirstmess.com
"The recipes in Britton's book and on her blog are all plant-based and vegetable-laden, but that doesn't mean rabbin food: Britton is sharing recipes with substance; this is food to dig into, it just also happens to be healthy."