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Village Senior Highlighted in Edible Houston

  • Fernanda Nunes
  • Brazilian Tapioca Snack
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  • Fernanda Nunes

Village High School senior Fernanda Nunes was recently highlighted in Edible Houston. Nunes has written various recipes for the publication, sharing authentic Brazilian recipes that are equally tasty and good for you. Nunes says she was "first introduced to a whole foods plant based diet after watching [a] documentary." She later went vegan and says it's "one of the best decisions [she's] ever made."

Edible Houston is an "independently owned, community-based, bi-monthly" lifestyle magazine. Their mission is to "celebrate the seasonal, local food and culture of the greater Houston region."

Nunes documents her food adventures on her Instagram account, @recipeandtips, where she shares everything from her own recipes to where you can eat healthy at restaurants across the globe. You can read her stories, including recipes and video tutorials, at Edible Houston.