Table of Contents
How to Be Plant-Based on a Budget
Back to Basics
Sample Meal Plan for One
About the Author
Toni Okamoto is the founder of Plant-Based on a Budget, the popular website, food blog, and meal plan that shows you how to save dough by eating veggies. She's also author of The Super Easy Vegan Slow Cooker Cookbook. Plant Based on a Budget has been featured in Reader's Digest, US News and World Report, and more. Toni's also a regular presence on the FOX affiliate in Sacramento, where she teaches viewers how to break their meat habit without breaking their budget. Toni is a burrito enthusiast, and spends her free time swing dancing across the county. She resides in Sacramento with her wonderful partner, Paul Shapiro.
"When I became a vegan in 1987, I was making $2,500 a year and
spending $10 a week on food. And amazingly, I ate well! This book
shows how easy it is to eat well and be a vegan without spending a
ton of money."
—Moby, singer and songwriter
"Plant-based eating has never been easier—or more affordable—than now. Buy this book and let Toni Okamoto help you keep your stomach and wallet full at the same time."
—Klaus Mitchell and Robbie Lockie, cofounders of Plant Based News
"Eating plants saves animals, and Toni Okamoto expertly shows you how it can save you money, too."
—Gene Baur, New York Times bestselling author of Living the Farm Sanctuary Life and Farm Sanctuary
"Toni Okamoto gives you the truth what too many large health charities are afraid to: eating a plant-based diet can help save your life. She also shows you how it can save your finances, too."
—Kip Andersen, co-creator of What the Health
"Whether or not you've got money growing on the trees in your life, if health is wealth—and I believe it is—than this book will give you the great gift of wealth that you deserve."
—Dr. Michael Greger, New York Times bestselling author of How Not to Die