One of the ways I make healthy eating more affordable for my family is by sliding accidentally vegetarian dishes into our meal plans like chana masala!
All this talk about breakfast has me just a little bit hungry. Once I discovered the bulk shopping section of my grocery, I started playing with random stuff, just hoping
We’re paying upwards of $3 for a quart of water with a small amount of almonds and a large amount of filler and fake nutrients.
Some insight for those who eat meat, would like to keep eating it, yet not endanger their health or their environment.
Vegan baking doesn’t have to be as bad as people think.
Looking for a way to spice up your kale salads?
A simple way to prepare brown rice.
How I was inspired to turn collard greens into wraps, and step-by-step instructions for how you can try it, too!
A delicious spanish rice recipe that doesn’t need meat or meat broth!
3 cups corn 1 cup chickpeas (already cooked) 3/4 cups red, green and yellow pepper 1 cups onions 2 tbsp cilantro 1/4 cups lemon juice, 1/4 tsp salt Throw ingredients
Q: How do you supplement your strength training with protein with a decreased consumption of meat?
Q: Do Black vegetarians exist?
It’s about time we got some tofu in here, huh?
A deliciously tangy way to prepare vegetables!
Q: Wow! I think you really need to tell the folks just how much meat you actually eat in a year.
I live for Italian food. I don’t even care. Herbs, sauces, wines…. I just think I could go for all of it.
At the same time. Yes.