Happy holidays! I hope all the dead, flightless birds didn’t keep you from having a wonderful, plant-based Thanksgiving. One of the things I gave thanks for was CASHEW CREAM. This epic, multifaceted vegan topping/lifesaver is easily confused by carnivore friends and family as real, unhealthy dairy-based cream. But it’s not. It’s wonderful and healthy. Uses […]
Today’s recipe is a delicious low-fat hummus!
Most store-bought hummus contains tahini oil, which does contain good (monounsaturated) fat. However, too much good fat can also be bad for you, so if you’re like me and get your monounsaturated fats from things like avocados instead, you’re going to need this low-fat hummus!
This plant-based recipe is legitimately delicious, and you’ll realize that these Nori veggie bites taste a little like sushi, minus the fish and plus hummus. It also tastes delish with soy sauce and is the healthiest plant-based lunch you’ll have this week.
Becoming a vegetarian can seem like a challenge. Not only are you cutting out meat from your diet, but you also have to ensure that you get all of your nutrients from plant-based foods in order to stay healthy.
Never fear! I’m here today to give you a seven day plan that will help you ease into the life of green eating and eventually pass on your newfound love of all things lean and green to unsuspecting friends and loved ones.
Staying on a plant-based diet in college can be challenging — especially if you live in the dorms and don’t have access to a kitchen of your own. Dining halls may have vegan and vegetarian choices, but often times the pickings are slim.
Here are 6 ways to stay vegan or vegetarian while in college!