The Oh She Glows Cookbook Newsletter #2

Hi everyone!

This is Angela from Oh She Glows emailing you with a second OSG Cookbook Newsletter. Wow, two newsletters in 2.5 years..I’m on a roll!!

Well, it’s been an exciting week around here to say the least! The Oh She Glows Cookbook officially launched on Tuesday March 4th, hitting shelves across North America. I can’t thank you enough for all your support! The cookbook is on the Bestseller lists for,, and Chapters/Indigo and the feedback has been great so far.

If you haven’t picked up a copy, you can do so at the following retailers:

Barnes & Noble


The Book Depository (international)

Indie Bound


Many locations in Canadian Costcos are selling the book too! Hopefully all locations with time.

You will notice there are two different covers. The parfait cover is the Canadian edition (it also has French Flaps) and the carrot cover is the US edition. The content is the same though!


BONUS RECIPE BUNDLE (with 10 new recipes):

Don’t forget, you can still take advantage of my Bonus Recipe Bundle offer this week (until Saturday!). If you order the book by Sat. March 8th, you will get this bonus bundle of 10 NEW recipes not in the OSG Cookbook! The Vegan Cheese ball recipe and black bean brownies are not to be missed. Just a token of my thanks! You can fill out the bonus recipe bundle form here.


Social Media: #osgcookbook

Many of you have been sharing social media pictures of the OSG cookbook in local bookstores, as it arrives in the mail, and recipes you’ve already made. It’s been so much fun to see this and I’ve been re-tweeting as many as I can keep up with. Please keep sharing your photos on twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest using the hashtag #osgcookbook and also tag @ohsheglows #ohsheglows so others can see what you’re making too. Thanks again for all your excitement and support!! You sure know how to make a girl feel loved.


Canada AM:

I had the pleasure of being on Canada AM this week! You can check out the segment here.

A Sneak Peek of The Oh She Glows Cookbook:

In case you missed my post this week, I did a big blog post on the cookbook with tons of sneak peek photographs, info, and more! Check it out if you haven’t already.



That’s all for now. I can’t thank you enough for supporting my journey to writing my first cookbook. I can’t wait to see what you make!


XOXO, Angela

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Lizz March 8, 2014 at 1:11 pm

It was so cool to see the video of you! You speak as well as you write. Congratulations on your book!


Becky farley March 9, 2014 at 1:13 am

I love the food I love the pics I love your honesty.


Elaine March 31, 2014 at 3:03 pm

Purchased your book last week and made your Glo bars last night, definitely taste even better than they look! Excited to try other recipes. Do you know where I can find out about nutrition info (calories, protein, carbs, etc.) of your recipes?


Olivia July 8, 2014 at 4:38 pm

I have a question about a recipe on page 155 “Our Favourite Veggie Burger”. Step two says to add “flaxseed mixture” maybe I looked too much and didn’t see, but I didn’t see what goes in this mixture, I just see 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed. Is that all it is? I’m just used to mixtures meaning there is something else, but if it is just the flaxseed, great. Sorry to bother you, just wanted to clear it up and I had no other way of asking! Thanks again!!


Angela (Oh She Glows) July 10, 2014 at 2:36 pm

Sorry about the confusion in the directions! My publisher actually made a small misprint in the recipe which has already been fixed in the reprints. The original recipe was supposed to use 3 tbsp ground flax mixed with 1/3 cup of water (to create the flax mixture). The good news is that I tested the recipe as printed in the book (using just 1 tbsp ground flax and no water) and the recipe still turned out, so feel free to use either method! Hope this helps and thank you for supporting my book! xo


Carol Donaldson August 19, 2014 at 4:07 pm

Just tried your kale chips recipe and it’s wonderful! I was wondering if there are recipes in your book for diabetics? My husband was recently diagnosed and it’s very hard to get him off carbs which he loves. Your recipes look awesome!


Donna September 29, 2014 at 10:37 pm

I absolutely love your cookbook. When my meat-eating friend saw my cookbook she purchased one too. I cook oil-free and have found that any recipe in your cookbook that I have tried works well without the oil. I keep getting requests from my friends at church for recipes when I make meals using your recipes. Thanks for sharing such an amazing cookbook with us. I love the fact too that it is so colourful. Also love your blogs.


Sylwia March 20, 2015 at 4:39 pm

I just purchased your cookbook, and I love it, Angela ! There are so many fabulous and inspiring recipes, that I have a problem to decide what to do first. I’m a newbie when it comes to smoothies, so definitely I’m going to give it a try. I like buckwheat – kasha, it’s very popular in my home country (Poland.) Oddly enough, I have never tried buckwheat groats. Since I’m on a diet (again!) I’m looking forward to trying all your recipes, with a small dose (it’s a wishful thinking, I guess) of sweets and treats.
I wish you and your family all the best, and I’m waiting with anticipation for a second book. :)


Leslie June 8, 2016 at 12:57 pm

Do you have a newsletter with recipe ideas that you send to a mailing list? If so, I would love the regular inspiration/ reminder arriving in my Inbox! What fabulous information your website has. I have ordered your cookbook.


Angela Liddon June 8, 2016 at 1:53 pm

Hi Leslie, yes, we do! I recently revamped my old newsletter to create In the Glow, a newsletter that goes out about once a month. It usually features news and updates, a personal note from myself, and a few meal ideas (usually themed!). You can sign up here. Thank you so much for your support for my cookbook! I hope you love it. :)


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