Spring is here, and we’re already knee deep in lettuce thanks to our local CSA. My husband and I aren’t big salad eaters, and I always feel guilty for tossing those bags of browned lettuce into the compost at the end of the week. Since I bet I’m not the only one having trouble with the lettuce bounty, I thought I’d share some salad-free lettuce recipes that I’ve been digging lately!
Tamarind is one of the newest ingredients in my pantry, but dang if it didn’t quickly become a favorite! it’s tangy-yet-sweet & loaded with health benefits!
Have you been firing up the grill lately? If you’re getting sick of portobello mushrooms and potato salad, check out these vegan grilling recipes instead!
Memorial Day is coming up, and for most folks, that means firing up the grill. If you’re not used to plant-based cooking, it might be hard to imagine grilling without a slab of meat, but there are lots of ways you can cook up veggies on the grill!
The publishers of Cooking Vegan were kind enough to send me a review copy and said that we could share a few recipes with you guys! If you’ve been thinking [ … ]
Spring finally exploded here, and my market haul took two trips to the car. For a mere $40.00 I came home with peaches, two bunches of asparagus, 2 lbs. of [ … ]
Revitalize your traditions with healthy food for Memorial Day.
Are you celebrating Veganuary? Exploring Meatless Mondays? Just looking for tasty ways to work more plant-based yum into your diet? I’m going to break vegan protocol, and publicly reveal the indulgent plant-based ingredients your mama never told you about. There’s a whole world of deliciousness out there that most omnivores have never even tasted!
Chef Matt Wilkinson’s philosophy is to build dishes around the vegetables in season. When vegetables are in season, they are at their least expensive, easy to find, and most flavorful. While this isn’t a vegetarian cookbook, most of the recipes are vegetarian and many are vegan.
If you only think of peanut butter and jelly when you hear ‘vegan sandwich,’ it’s time to expand your horizons: Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day offers a smorgasbord of deliciously creative recipes, destined to forever revolutionize your approach to the (not so) humble sandwich! Enter our giveaway contest to win your own copy; then try these amazing recipes for Green Monster Bread and the Almighty BLT, for a sneak-peek at just how tasty vegan sandwiches can be. Your lunchbox — and your belly — will thank you!
If you can’t grow your own artichokes, look for very fresh, young artichokes to make this raw artichoke salad. It will surprise you with its delicate nutty flavor.
You don’t have to be vegan to eat vegan food from time to time! Here are a few simple vegan meal ideas to get you started!
A newly published 10-year study by Dutch researchers found that people who ate a lot of white-fleshed fruits and vegetables, like apples and pears, had a 52% lower risk of stroke.