Last month, the Asheville food scene was decidedly vegan-leaningas 18 of the area’s best restaurants competed to create the most delicious plant-based meals.
The second annual Asheville Plant-Based Face-Off was such an intense success that event
organizers at No Evil Foods joined forces with local writer Stepfanie Romine, founder of the
Flexible Kitchen and co-author of The No Meat Athlete Cookbook , to commemorate the creative, city-wide challenge. They curated an incredibly dynamic and flavorful collection featuring the recipes created by participating restaurants during this year’s face off! The result is perhaps the largest and one of the tastiest collaborations of Asheville-area food businesses!
100% of the e-cookbook’s proceeds will benefit Brother Wolf Animal Sanctuary in their efforts to continue building a no-kill community and to rescue dogs, cats, and other animals, including those typically farmed for food.
For those looking to recreate their favorite dishes from this year’s Plant-Based Face-Off, the
newly released e-cookbook is available to download from http://www.noevilfoods.com/shop/ for any donation amount of your choosing.
About No Evil Foods
No Evil Foods is an Asheville, NC business dedicated to using simple, organic ingredients to
create delicious Plant Meats for anyone looking for a healthier, more sustainable option to
animal protein. No Evil Foods product line includes, Comrade Cluck ‘No Chicken’, The Stallion ‘Italian Sausage’, El Zapatista ‘Chorizo’, and Pit Boss ‘Pulled ‘Pork’ BBQ,’ all low in fat, high in protein, and free from cholesterol, nitrates and antibiotics. No Evil Foods started in 2014 and is now available in Whole Foods, Earth Fare, MOM’s (My Organic Market) and in co-ops, independent grocers and restaurants throughout the Southeast, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic.
About Stepfanie Romine
Stepfanie is a writer, ACE-certified health coach, fitness nutrition specialist, and yoga teacher. She is the co-author of “The No Meat Athlete Cookbook: 150 Whole Food, Plant-Based Recipes to Fuel Your Workouts and the Rest of Your Life” (The Experiment, May 2017) and the founder of The Flexible Kitchen.
About Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, located in Asheville, North Carolina, was founded in 2007 to
provide the resources and life-saving programs to build a No-Kill community. As a grassroots organization, BWAR operates an adoption center and the organization is in the process of building an 85 acre animal sanctuary that will house new state of-the-art adoption and rehabilitation facilities, a veterinary clinic, and an educational center. Learn more at