This is one of my go-to vegan chocolate chip cookie recipes! Here are some tips from experience– • the shape doesn’t change a lot in the baking process, so flatten them into cookie shape when putting them on the tray! • I flip them over half way (about 5 minutes) into baking! • the dough […]
People, I am living in a frenzy! My days fly by and sometimes I find myself eating NOT the most healthy choices. I ran across this post on one of my favorite food blogs. They give a specific recipe, but it’s also just a good guideline to “fast food:” make a salad, add a sauce, […]
I know that Thanksgiving is in November: I’m not crazy. I am, however, in Canada! And Canadian Thanksgiving is this Monday! I’m working with a cast of about 30 people, and somehow I am the only vegetarian! Since i still want to enjoy a fall-inspired meal, giving thanks for the wonderful things in my life, […]
Another recipe from one of my favorite food blogs! This cauliflower recipe sounds delicious, and also gives some really solid tips on what to look for in some delightful spices used a lot this time of year! Here it is!
Speaking of fall fruits and veggies, check out this stunning recipe from My New Roots! Poppy seed crusted butternut squash with kale and pomegranates!
This. This is a recipe that combines so many things that I love, and I wanted to share it with you! What are your favorite things to do with Quinoa??? Are you wondering what quinoa is/why it’s so great??? Check this out! Happy Monday, everyone!
Beets are rich in natural sugar, sodium, sulphur, chlorine, iodine, copper and vitamins B1, B2, C and bioflavonoids. Beets are an extremely fibrous root, so they are also an excellent aid in eliminating constipation. The additional fiber adds bulk, improving peristalsis (movement in the intestine). Try this recipe for a yummy way to increase your […]
Like a good lil’ nutritionist, I do my best to keep up with the fads and latest studies. I am currently reading The 4-Hour Body by Timothy Ferriss, which I think qualifies for both categories. I have not finished the book, so I cannot offer a review just yet, but some of the concepts are […]
Brussel sprouts for people who think they hate brussel sprouts! I made this the other night. Everyone loved it – including me! It will be one of my new staples. And it’s so easy! Ingredients: 1 pound Brussels sprouts 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon hot red pepper flakes, or […]
Combining a grain with a legume gives you all the amino acids needed to form a complete protein! This is a yummy soup that is great for anyone, but especially you vegetarians/vegans who may be lacking in protein! Ingredients 1 onion, chopped 1 cup celery, chopped 1/4 cup canola oil 1 28oz can of crushed […]