I’m always interested in noodle varieties that are not plain white noodles. Soba noodles are buckwheat-based, which means they are easier on digestion and introduce new flavors to my palette. This recipe keeps it simple with a few vegetables. Enjoy!
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I love this soup because its flavors are so strong and textures so smooth and creamy, so a small serving goes a long way. But above all, it is incredibly simple and real, using only a handful of ingredients that pack not only the taste but also the protein and healthy fats – all in [...]
I quickly put together this salad to complement my dinner. It makes for a colorful side dish and palette cleanser. I used red, green and yellow cherry tomatoes for color contrast. The fresh mint heightens the salad’s aromas. You can make it more meal-worthy with the addition of feta cheese, olives or any other vegetables. [...]
The ingredients in this snack dessert recipe are quite powerful aphrodisiacs. From the chocolate to the walnuts to the red pepper, you’ll be more in the mood with each bite! This is great recipe for Valentine’s Day, or any day. Enjoy!
And it’s all vegan, even the cheese bit. I’ve made many a vegan cheese on this blog, but this one takes the cake as the most decadent and multi-purpose. It uses both white beans and sweet potato for consistency and color and tahini and nutritional yeast for that beloved cheesy flavor! Enjoy!
Whenever I first began eating a more plant-based diet, the avocado became a huge part of my life. I rarely ate it growing up, only in the occasional guacamole and never did I eat it by itself. It simply wasn’t something my parents ever though to buy or what I gravitated to when eating out. [...]
I’m in love with this recipe and would eat it daily without getting tired of it, no lie. Coconut milk takes the place of butter and cream to create a rich corn dish with a hint of spice. It’s deep in flavor and low in guilt. Enjoy!
I’m all about warm Autumn and Winter soups that comfort me but don’t weigh me down. Really, vegetables and spices are all you need for taste. This soup is fat-free and without cream, milks, or flours. It combines an assortments of beans, legumes, and grains with vegetables and greens to create balanced and textured result. [...]
Spaghetti squash is a healthy alternative to regular spaghetti. Lower in carbs and full of vitamins and minerals, it’s a far cry from the empty starches inherent in white dough spaghetti. I paired this squash with roasted Brussels sprouts, red pepper, and onions. The result is a hearty, but skinny pasta dish. Enjoy!
Sushi doesn’t have to be a a carb-fest or mercury-mayhem! Keep the veggies simple and textured and use rice made from cauliflower. This is a quick, no-frills recipe to getting the sushi fix, but with abandon – no counting rolls here!