Learn how to cook with kañiwa, a delightful and funky pseudo-grain related to quinoa. The dark brown, fluffy gluten-free grain is great for salads, porridges, and for this globally-inspired brothy coconut soup. This is a new grain to the market, and can be helpful for those looking to expand their cooking experience.
Beets are best at this time of year, and here are 4 easy beet recipes with just a few simple ingredients to help you make the most of this wholesome and wholly underrated root vegetable.
These 10 squash and pumpkin recipes will keep you well-fed & nourished during the fall season. Featuring kabocha, butternut, & even canned pumpkin!
Warming, nourishing, and delightful, these homemade cozy drinks will make you want to stay home and cuddle with your favorite person, animal, or book. Keep warm with matcha, maca, hot chocolate, herbal teas and more easy warming drink recipes.
Homemade kim chi is easy to make, and this Korean staple food can easily be made vegan. Gather your veggies and get ready for a super flavorful sidedish.
Last month I went on a long camper van roadtrip, and here’s all the tips and tricks to eat vegan while on the road. We spent multiple weeks in a little van cruising California, Arizona, Utah, and more… and we ate awesome vegan camper van food the whole time!
Creamy, decadent, delicious: homemade cashew cheese is easy and affordable, and super customizable!
Yes, spring has sprung and I have so many new foodie things to share with you, humans! It’s been a busy few months with mostly good things, and a few health and life challenges. As with other lists I’ve shared here, sometimes it’s just yummy things that find their way into (or back into) my life. So below I’ve shared a few ideas, products, and ingredients that I’ve been loving these past months.
Maca is my very favorite supplement, and this warming, nourishing maca elixir is the easiest way to imbibe. Just four simple ingredients in this easy Maca Elixir will get you started with this important superfood.
A super quick weeknight meal that’s way better than Chinese takeout! Perfectly browned tofu and fresh cooked veggies in a rich, dark, and flavorful sauce. Yum!
Loaded chia seed bowls are my go-to breakfast, and inspired by all things #pumpkinspice this year, I made a Pumpkin Spice Chia Bowl so you too can participate in the pumpkin spice shenanigans.
What makes the best matcha latte? To me it’s just a little bit sweet, a little bit creamy with coconut creamer, and just enough matcha powder to make your day brighter and better!
I love to make little lists of my new favorite things to share with readers. Here is my winter 2018 list, filled with great – and one not so great- item to share!
Curious about tocos (tocotrienols)? This superfood from rice is full of vitamin E and tastes like vanilla ice cream (kinda): should you buy into the hype?