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!
An extended walk-through of how to bake a chicken pot pie from scratch.
I was never a big rice eater, but in paring down what I keep in the house, I did decide to venture out into trying different kinds of rice. I
I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about changing our daily diet. What are my options? How can I commit to that kind of lifestyle change without failing? As
I love stir fry. I love almonds. Win-win, right?
A spicy burrito.. completely meat free!
A light vegetarian pasta dish with a different take on pesto!
Black beans, kidney beans, corn, onions and turkey.. or tofu! It’s up to you!
A “loaded baked potato” soup!
Looking for a way to spice up your kale salads?
Onion, shallots, garlic, mushrooms and a little white wine? Yes!
A simple way to prepare brown rice.
A quick and yummy spread using cucumber, yogurt and cream cheese!
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?
A nice way to bake corn with a lot of flavor!
A different (and delicious!) take on the typical latke!
Clearly, since I can get a bag of broccoli frozen for $2, I’m a big broccoli eater. No shame in my game! 1 tablespoon butter, melted 1/2 medium onion, chopped
Every culture has its beans and rice. But here, in America… you have black-eyed peas. And, of course it was paired with rice.