Posts Tagged ‘vegan’

How to make fresh juice without a juicer: Attachment

Enjoying the benefits of fresh juice doesn’t have to be reserved for people who have a juicer  on hand. Here’s how to do it without having to make the investment in another kitchen appliance.

Rhythm Superfoods Kale Chips (so, so delicious): Attachment

Perhaps you’ve noticed an influx of kale chips cropping up on blogs and your supermarket shelves. Wondering which ones are the best? Rhythm Superfoods has it right.

Four fabulously easy hummus recipes: Attachment

So if you’re a hummus fan — and really, who isn’t — then you’ll likely know how versatile it is.

Parsnips: it’s what’s for dinner: Attachment

Parsnips are the most underrated of the rooty vegetables. But these winter veggies are chock-ful of flavor, versatility, and nutrients. Here is the 411 of parsnips, and some delicious ways to use them.

3 easy recipes for leftover mashed potatoes (all vegan!): Attachment

So you’ve feasted. And one of the best parts is, there are a load of leftovers. If you’re anything like me, you strictly made more for this exact purpose, right?

Pears: the fall fruit underdog (plus a recipe!): Attachment

When we think of fruit flourishing in the fall, apples generally comes to mind first. But pears? They get pushed aside a bit… but are so delicious and versatile, the reasons why are unfathomable.

DIY dried herbs, plus vegan herb mix recipe: Attachment

With the summer at an end and fall officially here, we are packing up a lot of our gardens and exchanging much of our produce with winter squashes and tubers, instead.

Two twists on pumpkin bread – vegan-friendly!: Attachment

Fall is in the air and squash and pumpkin recipes of all kinds come to mind.

Four easy, vegan back-to-school breakfast muffin recipes: Attachment

When the kids are getting ready for back-to-school, it’s easier to have a quick breakfast on hand to get them going in the morning.

Eleven healthy fresh juice recipes: Attachment

Nothing says summer like pulling out the juicer. What is better than a mix of fresh, local fruits, vegetables, and herbs?