Soulgood Vegetarian to Go was founded in 2012 by Chef Cynthia in honor of her son, Tyler Nelson, who was born with Cystic Fibrosis. In 2010, her son needed a life saving double organ transplant. Chef Cynthia felt helpless and one day she began researching the benefits of whole foods, meatless diets, herbs and nutrition. She began to discover ways healthy foods could help her son and how a whole food diet could align with the medical treatments he was receiving to help sustain a better quality of life. We believe food can be thy medicine and our organic vegan and vegetarian recipes contain the best local ingredients money can by. We are proud to announce the launch of a new Soulgood Vegan and Vegetarian Fast Food truck in honor of Tyler who won his battle with Cystic Fibrosis on July 23, 2015. You can help us achieve this dream. Click here to give a gift to help Soulgood build their new vegan and vegetarian fast food truck this summer.
Chef Cynthia talks about Soulful Vegetarian Cooking. Soulful Vegetarian Cooking is a new book written by Chef Cynthia E. Nevels, owner of Soulgood Vegetarian to Go. The book share intimate details about challenges she faced transitioning from a meat eater to a whole foods, plant-based lifestyle in the bar-b-que loving Deep South and tips for eating healthier without breaking the bank. The book contains beautiful and colorful Instagram photographs and easy-to-use recipes for busy moms looking for tasty treats for the family. Foreword by Harvard student, Janice F. Whaley.
- New Book “Soulful Vegetarian Cooking” by Chef Cynthia (eatsoulgood.wordpress.com)
- The vegetarian spectrum: a rainbow of terms that mean “eating green” (treehugger.com)