Posts Tagged ‘vegetarian’

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.

Spuds are super, and here’s why (recipes included): Attachment

Potatoes get a bad rap for being “high in carbohydrates”, but here’s the truth: they’re actually good for you. Really!

Six quick, vegan soups to satisfy: Attachment

We are in dire need of a Winter warm-up. Well, we are here, at least, when we were blasted with loads of snow yesterday, continuing to the present moment as I type.

October 1st is World Vegetarian Day!: Attachment

What isn’t to love about being a vegetarian or vegan? It’s good for your health, great for the environment and a kind, sustainable way to live. That’s why, every October 1st, we celebrate a plant-based lifestyle.

Warm Kale and Quinoa Salad: Attachment

As we hang up our scarves and put the boots at the back of the closet, we smile as the we hear a few birds sing their song outside. The air has a fresh smell, the sky is blue, and heavy jackets are exchanged for lighter layers.

Slow cooking can slow down your energy costs: Attachment

We’re constantly looking for new ways to cut energy costs throughout our home, from lowering the heat a notch or two, switching our lights, or ensuring to switch the computer off when we’re not using it. But have we adjusted the way that we cook our meals?

Truth Belts… Look ma! No leather! (honestly): Attachment

More durable and stylish than the finest Italian leather, these bold bands satisfy the styles of both men and women, vegans or omnivores, and keep up your pants, too.

Make it meatless March 20th: Attachment

Touted as the “World’s Largest Grassroots Diet Education Campaign”, the Meatout represents a campaign true to its namesake. Internationally driven, it is developed to help individual consume, well, less meat.