Press

Nava Atlas is available for print and radio interviews via phone or e-mail. Contact Nava to set up interviews. She is well-versed in many vegetarian and healthy food topics. Some of areas of particular expertise are:

  • Getting children to eat more healthfully
  • How to go vegetarian/how to go vegan
  • Creating quick, tasty, and healthful meals
  • Making great daily dinners a reality
  • Healthy and delicious baked goods
  • Vegetarian holiday fare, particularly vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Healthy home-made school lunches
  • Shopping and pantry organization for the veg home
  • Seasonal and organic produce

Brief Biography
Nava Atlas is the author and illustrator of many books on vegetarian cooking, most recently, The Vegetarian Family Cookbook and The Vegetarian 5-Ingredient Gourmet. Her earlier books, Vegetariana, Vegetarian Celebrations, and Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons are considered classics. Nava has also written scores of articles on healthy cooking with natural foods, which have appeared in Vegetarian Times, Veggie Life, Cooking Light, and numerous other publications.

In addition to cookbooks, Nava has also wriitten and illustrated

Expect the Unexpected When You’re Expecting! (A parody of the pregnancy “bible.”)

Nava has also enjoyed a parallel, if sporadic, career as a fine artist. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums around the United States, and is in many private and public collections.

Her home is in the Hudson Valley region of New York State, where she lives with her husband and two sons.

Article Bank
Do you need expert content for your print magazine or web site? Here is a list of Nava’s existing articles, available at a moment’s notice. Web content may be used free of charge (please ask for permission prior to use); print use requires a fee, to be negotiated on a per use basis:

  • Ancient grains
  • Appetizers for holiday company
  • An apple a day
  • Asparagus
  • Barbecues for vegetarians
  • Baking with whole grains
  • Beyond brown rice: Cooking with whole grains
  • Bountiful Brunches
  • Classic salad dressings
  • Cold soups
  • Cooking with kids
  • Cool pasta dishes
  • Corn, the all-American crop
  • Fiber: how to get more into your diet
  • Global stews
  • Going vegan
  • Healthy holiday eating tips
  • Healthy snacks for kids
  • Herbal harvest
  • Instant meals
  • Leeks
  • Main dish salads
  • Mediterranean diet delights
  • Muffin mania
  • Mushrooms
  • Natural sweeteners
  • No-cook meals for hot summer nights
  • Oven-dried fruits and vegetables
  • Pasta primer
  • Pasta salads
  • Peanuts
  • Picnic for autumn
  • Picnic for spring and summer
  • Protein for a plant-based diet
  • Pumpkins
  • Salad days
  • School lunches
  • Soy “sausage”
  • Spring’s leafy greens
  • Stocking the healthy pantry
  • Stuffings for veggies and more
  • Summer smoothies
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tomato Heaven
  • Vegetarian eating in Paris
  • Vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Wild rice

Press

Nava Atlas is available for print and radio interviews via phone or e-mail. Contact Nava to set up interviews. She is well-versed in many vegetarian and healthy food topics. Some of areas of particular expertise are:

  • Getting children to eat more healthfully
  • How to go vegetarian/how to go vegan
  • Creating quick, tasty, and healthful meals
  • Making great daily dinners a reality
  • Healthy and delicious baked goods
  • Vegetarian holiday fare, particularly vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Healthy home-made school lunches
  • Shopping and pantry organization for the veg home
  • Seasonal and organic produce

Brief Biography
Nava Atlas is the author and illustrator of many books on vegetarian cooking, most recently, The Vegetarian Family Cookbook and The Vegetarian 5-Ingredient Gourmet. Her earlier books, Vegetariana, Vegetarian Celebrations, and Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons are considered classics. Nava has also written scores of articles on healthy cooking with natural foods, which have appeared in Vegetarian Times, Veggie Life, Cooking Light, and numerous other publications.

In addition to cookbooks, Nava has also wriitten and illustrated

Expect the Unexpected When You’re Expecting! (A parody of the pregnancy “bible.”)

Nava has also enjoyed a parallel, if sporadic, career as a fine artist. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums around the United States, and is in many private and public collections.

Her home is in the Hudson Valley region of New York State, where she lives with her husband and two sons.

Article Bank
Do you need expert content for your print magazine or web site? Here is a list of Nava’s existing articles, available at a moment’s notice. Web content may be used free of charge (please ask for permission prior to use); print use requires a fee, to be negotiated on a per use basis:

  • Ancient grains
  • Appetizers for holiday company
  • An apple a day
  • Asparagus
  • Barbecues for vegetarians
  • Baking with whole grains
  • Beyond brown rice: Cooking with whole grains
  • Bountiful Brunches
  • Classic salad dressings
  • Cold soups
  • Cooking with kids
  • Cool pasta dishes
  • Corn, the all-American crop
  • Fiber: how to get more into your diet
  • Global stews
  • Going vegan
  • Healthy holiday eating tips
  • Healthy snacks for kids
  • Herbal harvest
  • Instant meals
  • Leeks
  • Main dish salads
  • Mediterranean diet delights
  • Muffin mania
  • Mushrooms
  • Natural sweeteners
  • No-cook meals for hot summer nights
  • Oven-dried fruits and vegetables
  • Pasta primer
  • Pasta salads
  • Peanuts
  • Picnic for autumn
  • Picnic for spring and summer
  • Protein for a plant-based diet
  • Pumpkins
  • Salad days
  • School lunches
  • Soy “sausage”
  • Spring’s leafy greens
  • Stocking the healthy pantry
  • Stuffings for veggies and more
  • Summer smoothies
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tomato Heaven
  • Vegetarian eating in Paris
  • Vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Wild rice

Press

Nava Atlas is available for print and radio interviews via phone or e-mail. Contact Nava to set up interviews. She is well-versed in many vegetarian and healthy food topics. Some of areas of particular expertise are:

  • Getting children to eat more healthfully
  • How to go vegetarian/how to go vegan
  • Creating quick, tasty, and healthful meals
  • Making great daily dinners a reality
  • Healthy and delicious baked goods
  • Vegetarian holiday fare, particularly vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Healthy home-made school lunches
  • Shopping and pantry organization for the veg home
  • Seasonal and organic produce

Brief Biography
Nava Atlas is the author and illustrator of many books on vegetarian cooking, most recently, The Vegetarian Family Cookbook and The Vegetarian 5-Ingredient Gourmet. Her earlier books, Vegetariana, Vegetarian Celebrations, and Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons are considered classics. Nava has also written scores of articles on healthy cooking with natural foods, which have appeared in Vegetarian Times, Veggie Life, Cooking Light, and numerous other publications.

In addition to cookbooks, Nava has also wriitten and illustrated

Expect the Unexpected When You’re Expecting! (A parody of the pregnancy “bible.”)

Nava has also enjoyed a parallel, if sporadic, career as a fine artist. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums around the United States, and is in many private and public collections.

Her home is in the Hudson Valley region of New York State, where she lives with her husband and two sons.

Article Bank
Do you need expert content for your print magazine or web site? Here is a list of Nava’s existing articles, available at a moment’s notice. Web content may be used free of charge (please ask for permission prior to use); print use requires a fee, to be negotiated on a per use basis:

  • Ancient grains
  • Appetizers for holiday company
  • An apple a day
  • Asparagus
  • Barbecues for vegetarians
  • Baking with whole grains
  • Beyond brown rice: Cooking with whole grains
  • Bountiful Brunches
  • Classic salad dressings
  • Cold soups
  • Cooking with kids
  • Cool pasta dishes
  • Corn, the all-American crop
  • Fiber: how to get more into your diet
  • Global stews
  • Going vegan
  • Healthy holiday eating tips
  • Healthy snacks for kids
  • Herbal harvest
  • Instant meals
  • Leeks
  • Main dish salads
  • Mediterranean diet delights
  • Muffin mania
  • Mushrooms
  • Natural sweeteners
  • No-cook meals for hot summer nights
  • Oven-dried fruits and vegetables
  • Pasta primer
  • Pasta salads
  • Peanuts
  • Picnic for autumn
  • Picnic for spring and summer
  • Protein for a plant-based diet
  • Pumpkins
  • Salad days
  • School lunches
  • Soy “sausage”
  • Spring’s leafy greens
  • Stocking the healthy pantry
  • Stuffings for veggies and more
  • Summer smoothies
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tomato Heaven
  • Vegetarian eating in Paris
  • Vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Wild rice

Press

Nava Atlas is available for print and radio interviews via phone or e-mail. Contact Nava to set up interviews. She is well-versed in many vegetarian and healthy food topics. Some of areas of particular expertise are:

  • Getting children to eat more healthfully
  • How to go vegetarian/how to go vegan
  • Creating quick, tasty, and healthful meals
  • Making great daily dinners a reality
  • Healthy and delicious baked goods
  • Vegetarian holiday fare, particularly vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Healthy home-made school lunches
  • Shopping and pantry organization for the veg home
  • Seasonal and organic produce

Brief Biography
Nava Atlas is the author and illustrator of many books on vegetarian cooking, most recently, The Vegetarian Family Cookbook and The Vegetarian 5-Ingredient Gourmet. Her earlier books, Vegetariana, Vegetarian Celebrations, and Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons are considered classics. Nava has also written scores of articles on healthy cooking with natural foods, which have appeared in Vegetarian Times, Veggie Life, Cooking Light, and numerous other publications.

In addition to cookbooks, Nava has also wriitten and illustrated

Expect the Unexpected When You’re Expecting! (A parody of the pregnancy “bible.”)

Nava has also enjoyed a parallel, if sporadic, career as a fine artist. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums around the United States, and is in many private and public collections.

Her home is in the Hudson Valley region of New York State, where she lives with her husband and two sons.

Article Bank
Do you need expert content for your print magazine or web site? Here is a list of Nava’s existing articles, available at a moment’s notice. Web content may be used free of charge (please ask for permission prior to use); print use requires a fee, to be negotiated on a per use basis:

  • Ancient grains
  • Appetizers for holiday company
  • An apple a day
  • Asparagus
  • Barbecues for vegetarians
  • Baking with whole grains
  • Beyond brown rice: Cooking with whole grains
  • Bountiful Brunches
  • Classic salad dressings
  • Cold soups
  • Cooking with kids
  • Cool pasta dishes
  • Corn, the all-American crop
  • Fiber: how to get more into your diet
  • Global stews
  • Going vegan
  • Healthy holiday eating tips
  • Healthy snacks for kids
  • Herbal harvest
  • Instant meals
  • Leeks
  • Main dish salads
  • Mediterranean diet delights
  • Muffin mania
  • Mushrooms
  • Natural sweeteners
  • No-cook meals for hot summer nights
  • Oven-dried fruits and vegetables
  • Pasta primer
  • Pasta salads
  • Peanuts
  • Picnic for autumn
  • Picnic for spring and summer
  • Protein for a plant-based diet
  • Pumpkins
  • Salad days
  • School lunches
  • Soy “sausage”
  • Spring’s leafy greens
  • Stocking the healthy pantry
  • Stuffings for veggies and more
  • Summer smoothies
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tomato Heaven
  • Vegetarian eating in Paris
  • Vegetarian Thanksgiving
  • Wild rice