When people ask me for advice on going vegan, the first thing I tell them is to look at the meals that they are already making regularly. Most of us tend to make the same things week after week. So I suggest starting there first. At my house, tacos, scrambles, pizza, and salad make regularly weekly appearances.
Got a kid at home that has decided veggies are for suckers? Check out these sneaky toddler recipes for picky eaters, plus some tips on getting through the picky eating phase.
Hummus recall got you down? Try these yummy hummus recipes!
Eat Drink Better’s own Becky Striepe has launched a fantastically cool tool for vegans: it’s a custom Google search tool she’s dubbed “The Great Vegan Search Engine.” We were all pretty impressed and thought you might want to check it out too. I got the deets from Becky on the project. Here’s how you can benefit, too.
Food Day 2014 is months away, but the Food Day crew is busy spreading nuggets of real food wisdom, including this chart ranking nutrition in 73 vegetables.
As you know from prior posts, I’m not vegan. But when I got an offer to review a vegan cookbook, I had an epiphany. I eat fruits, vegetables, grains, and [ … ]
Move over, Movember—it’s Veganuary!
The Cheesy Vegan by John Schlimm shows you how to make vegan versions of America’s favorite comfort food from scratch and then goes on to provide 125 different recipes using those vegan cheeses.
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!
July 4th is in just a couple of days, and if you’re anything like me, that means grilling! Check out these vegan recipes for a cookout that’s as ethical as it is patriotic.
I love a good cookbook, even though I don’t really follow recipes very often. Cookbooks are more like jumping-off points around here, and if there’s one thing I love as much as a good cookbook, it’s a good cocktail. That’s why when the folks at New World Library offered me a review copy of The Sexy Vegan’s Happy Hour at Home, I couldn’t say no!
Whooboy, we’ve been having a scorcher of a spring here in Atlanta, and I’m betting that means a sweltering summer is on its way. Popsicles to the rescue!
Did you know that this was ‘Be Kind to Animals Week?’ Today, Michelle Kretzer at PETA shares some meat substitutes to help you kick the animal product habit. Here at Eat Drink Better, we like to think of these – often processed – meat and dairy substitutes as a way for folks to transition to a plant-based diet, not as dietary staples. If you’ve been wanting to give plant-based eating a try and need something to help you on your way, these can be a great sometimes food to help you on your journey!