This is good stuff… really. Often I make soup and have lost interest by the time it’s done, so it languishes in the fridge, waiting for someone to want it. This one, though, was amazing. Rich, creamy soup that doesn’t taste like cauliflower at all, topped with a smoky cashew chipotle swirl. And so quick and easy to make! Continue reading
I’ve been seeing so many muffin recipes lately. Big and fluffy blueberry muffins, rich strawberry coconut muffins, cinnamon sugar muffins, and on and on. They all looked amazing and I’ve been wanting muffins ever since. Because what’s not to like … Continue reading
Today I have 2 new recipes out on the Breast Cancer Yoga Blog !
Blueberry Cardamom Smoothie and Fruit Salad with Cashew Cream… just in time for the beautiful spring weather and delicious fruits that are available to us now.
I also have an article about fighting disease by eating MORE. What do you think we are eating more of?
Visit the “recipe” and “vegan” sections of the Breast Cancer Yoga Blog to read more!
I’ve been enviously reading online reports from this weekend’s Vida Vegan Con in Portland, OR. What fun ~ hundreds of vegan bloggers, exhibitors, new food tastings, speakers and events, in one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the country.
Some of the amazing new items that participants got to try:
- Coconut Bliss Salted Caramel & Chocolate Pint, Strawberry Love Bars, Cafe Latte Bars
- Missionary Chocolates Coconut Palm Sugar Truffle
- Pacific Northwest Kale Chips Cascade Ranch flavor
- Upton’s Naturals Bacon Seitan
and much much more!
But I did do some tasting of my own, in the form of this amazing new pasta recipe. After making the wonderful Vegan Bacon Cheddar Mini-Quiches last week, I had some Phoney Baloney’s coconut bacon left to use. When I was deciding what to make, spaghetti carbonara came to mind. I have no idea why, as I’ve never before had it, vegan or not, but it sounded like a great, quick recipe to create. Continue reading
Disclaimer: This is one of those things that tastes much better than it photographs But it’s a great item to have in your repertoire. For those times when you want something sweet but don’t want to make a whole pan. … Continue reading
This morning, one of the first things I saw was a link to this post about the effect of processed meat on cancer. It gives the results of a review of 7,000 studies by the World Cancer Research Fund. Their … Continue reading
Did anyone check out any of the other dishes at the Virtual Vegan Potluck last weekend? I still haven’t made it through all of them, but they are so AMAZING! It’s been a busy week, thus the lack of creative … Continue reading
Welcome to the Spring 2013 Virtual Vegan Potluck! Today, 168 bloggers from around the world are posting fabulous recipes to bring to the potluck. Each one is linked together, so you can go from one to the next to the … Continue reading
Let’s just say that I WANTED pizza…. and without a great vegan pizza place within an hour’s drive (or any vegan pizza!), I decided to create a new recipe for some. But alas, pizza wasn’t in the plans… the recipe … Continue reading
Happy May! It’s hot here in Southern CA, so it’s definitely time to be outside getting the (container) garden in gear, and loading up on fresh and alive foods…
And I have 2 great new recipes to help fulfill that mission. Starting today, I am a monthly contributor to the Breast Cancer Yoga Blog, and will be posting articles on vegan diet and new recipes each month. I’m extremely excited to be part of the contributor family there, and look forward to the amazing information that will be shared by everyone.
You can visit the blog to read my first article, Eat Your Way to Health & Vitality with a Plant-Based Diet , and find my 2 new recipes. And while you’re there, enjoy some of the other wonderful content, such as this article on the Ahimsa Trinity by Yogini Kaliji.