Happy Monday everyone! If you are not yet ready for this week of holiday cooking & eating, Vibrant Wellness Journal is here to help you out. The following links are some of our best Thanksgiving recipe from across the Important Media Network. Food is love, so share it these recipes for the Thanksgiving holiday or […]
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To many, the holiday season is a blessing: a time to share the bounty of food and delight in the company of family and friends. To many others, it’s a stressful time of the year with dinner parties to plan, relatives to entertain, and shopping to be conquered. Though Vibrant Wellness Journal can’t help with […]
Here is a quick meal that will fill your belly with happiness and get you back to whatever tasks on your to-do list. This awesome tofu takes just a few minutes to cook, and while it’s cooking you can work on the sandwich fillings (and check your emails, too, probably). Noochy Tofu (which I originally […]
This is my new favorite raw foods snack! Crisp, tart autumn apples, rich almonds, and sweet dates are tossed together for a perfect little snack full of natural sugars, protein, and fats! If you are celebrating October Unprocessed with us, this is a perfect whole food treat that we would like to encourage you to […]
Ready to learn how to cook amaranth? This post features some simple tips about this great ancient grain and 7 easy amaranth recipes to get you started.
Have you ever wanted to sit down and have a chat with some of the Important Media folks? The smart folks here at Important Media get together on a Google Hangout each week and discuss news of the week that is… important! Last week Becky and Heather from Eat, Drink, Better, Jeff from Sustainablog, Scott, […]
What do you do with Black Rice? There are many ways to enjoy this gorgeous, wholesome grain. Learn the cooking basics and three recipes featuring black rice.
If you have every wondered about all those different grains of rice- and how to cook them- Food 52 has written this great little post just for you. The cover the basics: white, brown, basmati, but they also look into some other fun rices like wild rice- not actually a rice but a marsh grass, […]
If you are interested in cutting back on some of the processed foods in your diet, there is no time like the present, right? Join Vibrant Wellness Journal and Eat Drink Better as we share the joy (and simplicity!) of unprocessed foods for the whole month of October. There are millions of foods that could […]
I have spent a huge amount of my lifetime in food stores. Even when I was young I had a fascination with the so-called ‘gourmet’ stores. I am sure that these were popular in big cities, but in our midwest suburb there were only a few, all of which closed down within a few years. […]
We all know that the finale to this phrase is “want not,” but I am working on really sticking to that first part about not wasting… especially when it comes to vegetables. Despite my consistent frugality and unabashed love for veggies, I have to admit that I am exceptionally picky about the fruits and veggies […]
aloha friends: Vibrant Wellness Journal has another guest post up at Green Business Owner featuring some of my favorite green goods: eco-friendly dishsoap, rubbish bags, sponges and such. Not the sexiest post ever, but if you are looking for good quality green goods, these are my recommendations! favorite green goods for the kitchen | GreenBusinessOwner.com.
Water kefir is my first official fermentation project, a little homemaking fun that has been in the works for awhile now. I’ve always been a bit hesitant about experimenting with the fermentation thing– mostly because it’s always so warm here in Hawaii and I’m worried it might spoil or something. But I am calling the water […]
I am on a new scone kick. I am usually a muffin kind of girl, but recently I’ve been all about scones. The first vegan scone recipe I tried was the Fig Graham Scones using the recipe from My Sweet Vegan; check out Hannah’s blog BitterSweet for information about the book and lots of good […]