When cinnamon, cumin, coriander, and citrus come together, there is no doubt 1) your house will smell amazing and anyone who walks in will say-what are you making? 2) your food will have great flavor. This chickpea stew comes together very quickly and is a pretty hands-off process once you have everything in the pot….
Oil Free Apple Slaw
This slaw was an invention I whipped up during a class I was teaching on “Cook The Share”. We had all the fall/winter foods available and I wanted to create something light and colorful to go along with our meal. Quickly we chopped and massage the veggies and presto! This slaw was born. Massaging help…
Mexican Quinoa Salad
This quinoa salad kicks up the heat and is packed with protein, fiber, and lots of micronutrients! Add in the greens, and you’ll add in additional fiber, protein, and calcium. I always try to get those greens in! One tip, I presoak my quinoa, as I find it cooks better, is easier to digest, and…
Plant-Based Thanksgiving Menu
This year I am trying to find deeper meaning in what it means to be thankful. The meaning of thankful is defined as “pleased and relieved”. To find that meaning, I am looking within, as well as to those who surround me. It’s time to give thanks. It’s time to pass the plate, open up…
Springtime Cauliflower Rice
Cauliflower is a great food that’s packed with nutrition. It’s a member of the cruciferous family, a food group that should be consumed daily. One cup of raw cauliflower provides 86% of your daily needs of Vitamin C , 21% Vitamin K-21% (an anti-inflammatory vitamin), and 15% Folate, a nutrient linked to brain and neurological function and formation for developing brains….
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