Making homemade pickles is easy and quickly rewarding: they are ready the same day! You can play with the flavors via herbs and spices, and make them spicy, sweet, or keep them sour! There are endless flavor possibilities when making this quick vegetable pickles.
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!
Make all your salads more interesting and delicious with these 5 vinaigrette recipes for easy vinaigrettes that will make you wan to eat salad all day long.
My cookbook is LIVE, you guys! Read on to get the details of how you can get your hot little hands on THE book release of the season!
Dr. Mark Hyman’s newest book looks at the history and science behind fat, and how we’ve gotten our fats all wrong. Here’s how to eat fat, get thin.
I got to join Jin Hirata, macrobiotic chef and a longtime contributor to VWJ, for a cooking class at Cookspace in Honolulu. Here’s the recap– and a recipe!
The Green Festival is happening this weekend in San Franciso, and Important Media is stoked to be there.
A local vegan chef wins the 2015 Chili Cookoff in Honolulu, at the Pearlridge Farmer’s Market! A win for plant-based food!
Fermentation expert Sandor Katz was recently featured in this short documentary by the New York Times, and we just had to share it here!
We’ve rounded up our favorite healthy recipes for two people: perfect treats for you and your plus one, or just to make smaller batches of new foods. Bonus: we have a cookie recipe that makes just two cookies!
We’ve totaled up 85 Healthy Grilling Recipes for Summer to keep you grilling up good eats no matter what you have in your fridge! Everything from peaches, mushrooms, cabbage, lettuce and even kale gets barbequed here!
Last week we shared some solid reasons to stop eating so much bacon. But let’s be real, y’all. People love bacon. That’s because bacon is delicious. The good news for animals, the planet and our health is that you can make plant based bacon to sate your craving.
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve seen quite a few stories on the health and environmental impacts of producing and eating bacon.