It’s been a whirlwind few weeks! I was in Europe for 2 weeks, teaching vegan cooking classes and exploring all the great vegan places everywhere I went. If you follow me on Instagram, I posted lots of photos of what … Continue reading
As you might be able to tell (from this and this), I love cranberries and oranges together. There is something about that sweet-tart flavor that’s incredible to me, and this particular smoothie also incorporates the wonder ingredient tahini. Tahini is a … Continue reading
Happy Vegan Month of Food 2013! It’s that time again, when your favorite food bloggers will be amping it up and putting out lots of great new recipes and info on their blogs. And there are some great themes this … 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!
This is a wonderfully refreshing drink. It has a strong lime flavor and is not very sweet, so it tastes incredibly healthy.
This morning I made a fabulous smoothie. It was born due to some ingredients that needed to be used up rather than any grand inspiration, but it tasted great!
One thing to keep in mind is that smoothies don’t have to always follow a more traditional “sweet fruit/greens/banana or avo base/maybe some spice” type of recipe – they are really wonderful using non-sweet fruit and herbs as well.
Today’s smoothie had:
- 2 pears
- 2 kiwi fruit
- 1 persian cucumber
- small handful of parsley
- 1 slice of lime (including the rind)
- 1/2″ piece of fresh ginger
- 1 tablespoon pistachio butter (or any nut butter would work)
Add enough water to blend to the desired consistency, and enjoy! This is a very light and refreshing smoothie.
Kiwi fruit have tons of vitamin C (always good at this time of year) and cucumbers are incredibly hydrating (also good for us!). The pistachio butter adds a bit of good fat, and the lime and ginger give it a nice zing to start your morning.
I’ve had a little experience with matcha in the past, primarily in matcha tea lattes. They were ok, but I really didn’t like the aftertaste that came along with it. I tried a few times, but it was kind of … Continue reading
This smoothie was actually a surprise for me ~ I had no idea it was going to turn out as good as it did. This morning I was craving something with lots of greens that would be light and cool, … Continue reading