Vegetarian health food specialist Cranks is launching its Cranks Bible recipe book Thursday 11 October, published by Cassell & Co. The recipes are compiled by former Cranks food director, Nadine Abensur, and the book features tips on, among other things, preparing food and obtaining fresh ingredients. The 384-page book features a jacket designed by Cassell & Co deputy design director Patrick Carpenter and freelance designer Chris Shamwana. The look and feel of the book is created by Grade Design, which also handled production along with Cassell & Co’s editorial team, with photography by Jason Lowe.
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