About Kate Bradley
Australian-born, 26 year old Kate Bradley is a plant based cook, food stylist and freelance recipe developer in Melbourne, Australia. Kate first gave up refined sugar, gluten and all processed foods in late 2012, which completely revolutionised her health and wellbeing, not to mention her cooking style.
Kate is as passionate about health as she is about cooking and eating. Kate discovered her love of cooking at a young age, and quickly evolved a refined sugar-free, gluten-free, vegan approach to cooking that focusses on delicious, nourishing whole foods and recipes that are simple enough to cook every day. Kate started the Kenkō Kitchen website to share her passion for simple, tasty and healthy whole foods with the rest of the world and to inspire other young cooks.
Since beginning Kenkō Kitchen, Kate has been dedicated to making plant-based eating easy, delicious and achievable in people's every day, busy lives by holding cooking classes in Melbourne and being a regular contributor to various nationwide magazines.
In 2015 at the age of 24 Kate released her first cookbook 'Kenkō Kitchen: Plant-based, gluten-free recipes for every day' with Hardie Grant Books. The Kenkō Kitchen Cookbook made it's way into various nationwide charts, including being the number one seller in David Jones Stores. The paperback edition of the cookbook was released in early 2017.
Kate Bradley's passion for delicious plant-based cooking is defined by the Japanese word for health - Kenkō.