Making Peace Before You Eat

Let us Say Grace

Making Peace Before You Eat

Let us Say Grace

The age-old tradition is often associated with religion, though in its essence, it is a universal practice, one that allows us to pause and reflect on the food we are about to eat.

When we eat in a calm, grateful and connected manner, we often find we need to consume less. Not only does this place less pressure on the environment, it also demands less of our digestive systems and thus increases wellbeing.

About the book:

More than the 80 delicious gluten free, plant-based recipes bound together with stunning photography, this book will enrich, nourish and deeply inspire a beautiful way of living.

As a wholefood chef specialising in gluten and dairy free catering it really is privilege to be sharing this cookbook with so many.

You can purchase your copy of this beautiful book and bring the inspiration right into your own home.

Please do share this book with your loved ones or anyone you know would benefit from cooking delicious, body loving and inspiring gluten and dairy free recipes.

With love

Angie xx

One of the things I love about this book is the true wisdom behind Angie’s request that we do indeed, make peace with the food we eat.
Jude Blereau, Wholefood Cooking

This book serves as such a powerful reminder of the often-overlooked aspects of peace and mindfulness in relation to our experience with food.
Alexx Stuart, Low Tox Life

Would you like to try a couple of recipes from my book to see if they work for you?
Here are some recipes straight from the cookbook!
Beautiful Banana Scoffins

Super quick and delicious, these ‘scoffins’ are somewhere between a muffin and a scone.

Creamy Spinach Soup

Creamy yet light, satisfying and deeply nourishing, this soup will warm and delight your whole being.

Creamy Raw Zucchini Noodles with Black Olives and Cherry Tomatoes

A creamy, zingy noodle dish made almost entirely of vegetables!

Making Peace Before You Eat comes in 2 formats.

Which would you prefer?


In a busy world, spending time quietly enjoying our meal is often not a priority. We eat while working or watching television, on the computer or phone, distracted with social media, or lost in our daily concerns and the endless to-do list. The impact is that the state of the body while eating is often contracted and even stressed; and it’s affecting our minds and our ability to digest optimally.

Making Peace Before You Eat is the companion app to Angie Cowen’s much-anticipated second book, and has been designed to help you bring in connection, gratitude and the stillness of the present moment, wherever you may be.

The app offers audio meditations and rituals in a beautifully designed, easy-to-use format, and also includes a weekly meditation tracker and mindful map, showing a heat map of where in the world the mindful community is practicing with the app.

Available now on the App Store, and coming soon to Google Play.