(Source: Courtesy, Axelle/Bauer-Griffin)You may know her as an actress, but Mayim Bialik also holds a PhD in neuroscience and is a mother of two. And a proud vegan. In fact, the Blossom and Big Bang...
It’s often said that the simple things are the best things, and we couldn’t agree more. With just three ingredients, our vegan cashew Parmesan transforms just about any dish with its rich and cheesy flavor.
Had it not been for a little friendly Instagram inspiration, this recipe for banana oat muffins wouldn’t have come about at all. I’m not a very good baker, and I don’t love baking as much as I do cooking, […]
Fish 1 large long eggplant 1 ½ tsp kelp granules, milled to a powder 1 tbsp lemon juice 1 tsp garlic powder 2-3 cups vegetable broth In a long casserole dish, mix together kelp granules, broth,...
Those of you Irish lads and lasses may recall this apple barley pudding from your childhood. My version gets a bit of an update with the addition of dried cranberries and spices and the substitution of nut milk for the heavy cream. Perfect for vegans, this pudding derives its thickness from the pectin in the green apples. The barley also adds a bit of thickness and texture as well as protein and fiber. The fresh lemon juice and relatively small amount of sugar prevent this dessert from being overly sweet. As is typical of traditional Irish cuisine, this rustic pudding is simple and filling.
For most, the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday means two things: amateur hour at the bars, and a deluge of corned beef. But for those trying to keep it clean, this green holiday can be a bit of a mess. Here's a recipe to help you out.
If you want to put a different spin on traditional pea soup definitely try this split pea green pea combo. It is delicious, inexpensive and plant-based healthy. Did you know that green peas are extremely low in fat and a mega source of vitamin K, manganese, fiber, B1, copper, folate, phosphorus and vitamin C? Green peas...
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