Moby’s new cookbook will benefit animals

Yvonne O'Halloran

Vegan musician and vegan activist Moby will be releasing a vegan cookbook on September 7. The Little Pine Cookbook, named after his Los Angeles vegan restaurant Little Pin, will feature 125 recipes inspired by some of the restaurant’s own dishes. Fried cauliflower with kimchi aioli, butterscotch pudding, and orecchiette with braised leeks are just a sample of what’s to come in the cookbook.

Not only are the dishes animal-friendly, but the cookbook itself is as well. The musician took to Instagram to discuss the upcoming release, where he shared that all profits from the book will go to a charity that is helping animals.

“And of course it is my plan to give away any and all profits that I make from the sale of the book,” Moby wrote to his 483k followers. “Working to create a world wherein animals are allowed to live their own lives, free from human interference, is my life’s work, and I could never look at veganism as a way to personally profit.”

Moby has been vegan for more than 30 years and has a history of working to help animals. The proceeds of both his 2018 album, Everything is Beautiful and Nothing Hurts and his 2019 memoir Then It Fell Apart went to animal rights charities. Prior to that, in 2015, he was the curator of Circle V, a Los Angeles music festival that benefitted Mercy for Animals. He has also sold musical instruments, equipment, and his record collection to benefit the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

Article written by Tessa Altman- United States

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