Once upon a time, we talked about how to create a raw vegan holiday menu for Thanksgiving and the other winter holidays. Our readers, adept as they are in specialty diets, came hard with raw vegan holiday recipes that I am jonesing to try. From pumpkin pie to mezze plates to green bean casserole, you’ll be shocked at what traditional dishes can be just as delish in raw vegan form.
When my meat eating husband asked me to move in with him his biggest anxiety wasn’t about splitting bills, or any of the other typical issues that new couples worry about. His major worry was about my vegetarianism, and how he could go about eating what he wanted to without upsetting me.
I’ve never made a big deal out of him eating meat. However, when he brings meat into our home, there are a few things I ask him to do to make me more comfortable with it…
If you’re trying to same some cash but still want yummy pre- or post-workout treat options, these no-bake protein snacks will save your butt (and help your butt with those squats!). Or if you’re not so into working out, they’re still rad as hell just for snacking and breakfast. And right now! Let’s grab the nearest mixing bowl and get to making these super easy no-bake little treats full o’ goodness.
If you grow your own tomatoes or simply snag them from your local grocer or farmer’s market, you know that our love affair is almost over. Soon it will be fall and we’ll be rolling around like dogs in pumpkin puree instead. So we need to celebrate the summer
fruit veggie fruit(?) that is… the luscious tomato. Here are three of my favorite easy tomato recipes to use up your summer supply.
Having guests over is very unfun if you’re stuck cooking for a large crowd in the kitchen. I’m always looking for ways to make food ahead of time so I can get to more socializing and less stirring on the fly. Here are my go-to easy breakfast recipes to serve a crowd, emphasis on EASY. Let’s see what we’re serving up…
Pining for curry? Jonesing for peanut sauce? Instead of Grubhubbing your local Thai or Indian place, you can totally make budget-friendly Asian-inspired vegan noodles and soups yourself. Plus, they’re all vegan-optional for meatless Monday or meatless every day. Let’s explore the world of low-calorie noodles, homemade and super easy peanut sauce, and a warm pumpkin curry soup.
I’m on a fermentation kick lately, and sauerkraut is my favorite. I love it because it’s easy to make and it tastes great on everything from hotdogs to soup. But mostly I love it because homemade sauerkraut is full of probiotics, and I’ve had enough rounds of antibiotics to need some help in that department. To make a single large Mason jar worth of sauerkraut, here’s what you do…
This is definitely one of my favourite vegan desserts because it’s made with stuff from the cupboard, it’s quick to put together, and you can easily change it up with different mix-ins. The best part is you don’t even need an ice cream machine to make it.