On Sunday, Fox News contributor Leontine Gourmet Food Design announced that her new book, Gourmet Survival Food: How to Eat in the Wild, would feature a wide range of recipes, including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free recipes.
“The book is about what we eat, and what we do, and the food that we have in our bodies,” Gourmet wrote in an Instagram post.
“This is what the human body does.
It is a collection of the best that we can do.”
Gourmet’s book will feature recipes for everything from vegan bread to gluten- and soy-free soups to gourmet pizza and pasta.
The book is set to release in March.
Gourmet said that she and her husband were inspired to start the book after learning about the problems and challenges that people face while living in the wild.
“We are all the same, we all eat the same food, and we all die in the same place,” Gummy wrote.
“I’ve been looking at these problems and trying to figure out how to make it so we don’t get to that point.”
In the video above, Gummy explains that many people in the United States are “burdened with debt” and “in need of food.”
She said that many Americans are forced to use packaged foods, and that many of them are struggling to find good food.
Gourmet Food Designer’s website also features a wide variety of vegan recipes, but Gummy also wrote that her book will offer recipes that are “vegan, vegetarian and gluten free,” as well as vegan-friendly recipes.
Gummy said that her vegan recipes are “truly organic,” and that they are based on her own experiences and what she has learned from the vegan community.
“In my book, I’m not telling you how to cook vegan, I am telling you that the recipes I’ve put together have been vegan, gluten-and-soy free, and I am using natural ingredients,” she said.
Goya’s book is not the first vegan book to come out in 2017.
Last year, bestselling author Jane Espenson released her memoir, The Whole Earth, about her experiences growing up in a world that was “very hostile” to her.
In the book, Espenson says that her parents taught her to trust in the Earth and that she learned about the importance of preserving nature.
“I am living my life on the planet, and it is important for me to keep it alive and to preserve it and to protect it,” she writes.
“It’s not that I’m afraid of the world.
It’s that I am a vegetarian, because I’m vegan.”
Espenson told the New York Times that her memoir is a “totally different” book than her previous book, which was about a woman who was forced to marry a man of color.
In her book, she writes about how she lived a life in which she was treated as less than a person and treated with disdain and disrespect.