Simple Happy Kitchen Releases First Illustrated Plant-Based Guide

Navigating live a healthier, nutrient-filled, compassionate lifestyle never looked so darn cute.

Pedro Almondovar, a roasted almond with a nutty sense of humor, is about to take you through the wonderful world of plant-based nutrition in a new book from Simple Happy Kitchen, an educational website that uses humor and infographics to simplify plant-based diets. Simple Happy Kitchen: An Illustrated Guide for Your Plant-Based Life is the first book of its kind, with cheerful visuals and quirky characters giving plant-based living a fun, fresh voice.

Why go plant-based? How do you get enough protein? Pedro and his silly friends answer these questions and more. This hardcover’s 128 colorful pages are packed with information and practical tips that make it easy to eat well without animal products. It includes guides on meal planning, sources of plant-based protein, building a healthy shopping list, soaking and sprouting, plant- based milks, the environment, and much more.

The demand for this type of lighthearted and easy-to-understand guide is on the rise. The company’s wildly successful crowdfunding campaign asking fans to help turn its popular illustrations into a book resulted in more than 2,500 people—vegan and non-vegan—raising more than $200,000 in just over a month. Simple Happy Kitchen will undoubtably be adored by vegans and is also ideal for both adults and families curious about nutrition or transitioning to a more compassionate lifestyle.

“The amazing support we received from our backers proved that our timing is right,” says Miki Mottes, illustrator and founder of Simple Happy Kitchen. “We are so proud to be publishing the first illustrated plant-based guide. We’re passionate about plant-nutrition and hope that our book not only helps people start important conversations, but also provokes positive change—at any age.”

The lovable characters from Simple Happy Kitchen also appear in a line of merchandise from reusable grocery bags and pantry labels to a meal planner plate and plush toys. The hardcover book and the entire Simple Happy Kitchen line are available at

About Simple Happy Kitchen

Simple Happy Kitchen is an educational website that simplifies plant-based nutrition using humor and infographics. Its mission is to inspire a compassionate, plant-based lifestyle in order to bring positive change to our health, the welfare of animals, and the environment. For more information, visit them online
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