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Nisha Vora

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– Early life and education:
– Grew up in Barstow, California
– Parents emigrated from Mumbai, India to the United States in the 1980s
– Raised vegetarian; transitioned to vegan in 2016
– Obtained undergraduate degree from University of California, Berkeley
– Earned JD from Harvard Law School in 2012

– Career:
– “The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook” recognized by Forbes, Food & Wine, Parade, and Good Housekeeping
– Listed in VegNews’ Top 100 Vegan Cookbooks of All Time
– Cooking channel, “Rainbow Plant Life,” acknowledged by Gotham
– Book titled “The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook: Wholesome, Indulgent Plant-Based Recipes” published by Avery in 2019
– Forbes highlighted Vora as a notable figure in the vegan cookbook industry

– Books:
– Authored “The Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook: Wholesome, Indulgent Plant-Based Recipes”
– Published by Avery in 2019 with ISBN 978-0525540953

– References:
– Articles by Mayukh Sen, Laya Neelakandan, Rich Tenorio, and Abigail Demarest
– Mentions in publications like The Washington Post, Today, Harvard Gazette, Forbes, and more
– References to Vora’s website,
– Coverage of Vora’s achievements and contributions to the vegan cooking community
– Recognition from various media outlets and publications for her work

– Notable figures and influences in vegetarianism:
– List of historical figures and authors in vegetarianism
– Includes names like Carol J. Adams, William Alcott, and Ellen G. White
– Influential chefs and cookbook authors such as Nava Atlas and Mayim Bialik
– Historical publications like “What is Vegetarianism?” and “Figs or Pigs?”
– Contribution of various individuals to the promotion and advocacy of vegetarianism throughout history

Nisha Vora (Wikipedia)

Nisha Vora is an American Vegan/Plant-based cookbook author.

Nisha Vora
OccupationVegan/Plant-based cookbook author
Alma materUniversity of California, Berkeley
Harvard Law School
SubjectVegan/Plant-based cookbooks
Notable worksThe Vegan Instant Pot Cookbook: Wholesome, Indulgent Plant-Based Recipes (2019)
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