The Bean Flour Burrito is a delicious dish that is fairly simple to make. Have you ever had a craving for a burrito but didn’t want the processed flour tortilla or maybe you’re gluten sensitive. Well, this is a healthy way to curb that carbohydrate craving. What amazed me most was how easy it was to make the bean flour and how well it worked. We are going to experiment with more recipes where we can use bean flour. Read more
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This is a super simple vegan bean burger recipe. What I really like about it is that you can change it up with different ingredients that you might have on hand to vary the flavor. Read more
My wife and I just watched a great movie called Cowspiracy. I thought I knew all there was to know about being vegan, but this film really opened my eyes. This film is one that everyone should watch, not just vegans. It lays out the facts and research so nicely that even a meat eater should begin to question their food choices. Read more
I am addicted to smooth, creamy textures when it comes to desserts. Unfortunately, desserts like puddings and custards are filled with preservatives and TONS of sugar! Surprisingly enough, it is so simple to make your own sugar-free and RAW vegan pudding! The ingredients are probably already in your kitchen. This recipe couldn’t be more simple! Read more
The idea of making your own toothpaste might be a new idea for you but it is a great way to know EXACTLY what is in your toothpaste! Normally, I would buy Tom’s fluoride free toothpaste. I unfortunately don’t live anywhere near a place that sells this kind of toothpaste and I’m in a rut if I run out before I am in an area where I can buy some. That’s when I decided to make my own! Read more
I know it can be hard to find time in the day to cook when you have a million other things going on. Yet, if you want to live a healthy vegan lifestyle, cooking is what you have to do. So the way I solve this problem is cooking in bulk!
When I go to the grocery store, I tend to pick up two heads of broccoli and 4 zucchini. When I get home, instead of cooking just enough for dinner, I cook all of it. These kinds of foods can last almost a week and still be fresh. I just sauté mine with some garlic and season them. Then, whenever I am hungry throughout the week, I can pick at my container of cooked veggies! Or, you can just toss them back onto a pan and re-heat them. Read more
I am sure you have all heard that you should wash your veggies and fruits before you eat them. Of course it sounds like a good idea, but sometimes people get lazy or simply forget to do it.
How many times have you gone to the grocery store and touched an apple to see how firm it was or picked up a head of lettuce to examine it? I do this all the time, and a lot of the time I put whatever I touched back because it is not what I was looking for. This means that the fruit and veggies you are buying have been touched by who knows how many people. On top of that, one can only imagine the germs that were on each of those person’s hands. Read more
Pumpkin is one of my favorite ingredients to use. I don’t care what time of year it is, I jump at the opportunity to use it! I stumbled upon this recipe when I attempted to make a quick batch of pumpkin bread with some almond meal leftover from making almond milk. What resulted was a great pumpkiny surprise! Read more
This is by far one of the easiest recipes I have ever made! I love keeping a batch of these pre-made in the freezer to grab whenever my sweet tooth starts acting up. They literally melt in your mouth and are quite addictive! Read more