I’ve made raw zucchini before – almost 2 years ago. My photography/presentation skills were lackluster to say the least. Today’s recipe isn’t a far departure from the original concept, it just has a few tweaks here and there to complement my pantry and the season. This time, the sauce is tahini based and brings richness [...]
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Cooking greens always results in deliciousness. Cooking heightens leaves’ flavor, breaks down the cell walls of tougher greens (i.e. kale) so that nutrients are easier to assimilate, and make the salad element to a meal way more fun. The best taste – fried greens – but because I like to keep things less guilty around [...]
A condiment should never derail a diet, but many of us don’t know when to stop dipping, because serving sizes are never that clean cut. That’s why I’ve put together this simple homemade ketchup that you can whip up without laboring over the stove, risking your fries going frigid.
Hello friends! If you haven’t already, please check out my VegNews debut. I make a mean walnut banana ice cream with a vegan caramel sauce. Nuff said! Today, I’m showing you how to make a corn salad using avocado as the base. With each bite you get a little bit of everything – the starchiness [...]
This simplified homemade ketchup, though an accompaniment, deserves a post of its own, only because it replaces an otherwise sugar and salt-intense alternative, which we could all do without. But, truth be told, many of us can’t – ketchup is a side piece to many of our favorite grub. What’s a burger without it? Subpar. [...]
Avocadoes are the most versatile foods and should be part of any healthy diet. They are a healthy fat your body can recognize and process, and they provide the richness you seek without weighing you down. As a new take on my Raw Corn Dill & Avocado Salad, this recipe uses the avocado as a [...]
When magic happens. On a hot day, when you are looking for something light and refreshing, skip cooking your vegetables and eat them raw. Cooking strips away a lot of the nutrients and enzymes inherent in vegetables. Albeit still healthy, cooked vegetables oftentimes don’t reach the nutritional prowess of their raw counterparts. Indeed, there are [...]