social entrepreneur launches cookbook americulinariska and is donating 10% of proceeds to the hunger project

November 22, 2016

Being a giver is rare in society today, but social entrepreneurs like Kendra Valentine are making a difference in creative ways. Kendra started her whole foods blog, AmeriCulinariska, while she was abroad and was homesick for some home cooking. After doing research, she realized that the amount of processed food she was eating was exorbitant and wanted to make a change, and help educate the people around her! The next step in her realizing this goal is her new cookbook, “Soul Food Thanksgiving,” in which she provides all the staple recipes, using whole foods rather than the processed ingredients we all grew up on. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran in the kitchen, or a rookie new to the game, this cookbook has easy to follow instructions and plenty of flavor packed into the pages. Not only that, but she’s also helping folks out with grocery lists and special resources available for a fraction of the cost! And what’s even better is that by grabbing this cookbook, you’ll be contributing to The Hunger Project, a nonprofit whose aim is to sustainably end hunger. Peep some videos of from AmeriCulinariska.comand let’s get cooking!

By T. McLendon, AFROPUNK Contributor

Photos courtesy of Kendra Valentine & by Claes Helander

The cookbook is also available on Kindle