A simple side dish packed with flavor, this sun-dried tomato and garlic infused bulgur rice dish is the perfect accompaniment to your next meal. It has a deep garlic flavor that is piqued with the earthy textures and scents of sun-dried tomatoes, butter, and bulgur rice. Feel free to add your choice of herbs for [...]
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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. [...]
My latest creation is none other than a zucchini roll. It’s another creative and fun way to use zucchini. Stuffed with goat cheese, basil, and sun-dried tomatoes, this recipe is a true Italian delight. Make them for a party or enjoy them all by yourself for a mid-day snack or appetizer.
This white bean salad is an excellent way to pack in the veggies while still getting much-needed protein. It also packs Mediterranean flavor and a diversity of textures that won’t bore you if you eat this day after day. Feel free to replace the beans with another bean or cooked legume.
Eggplant Pizza Here is one of the earlier videos we made – since then we’ve made up to 30 more, so its fun to see how it all looked in the way beginning. This is a great, easy recipe so I just had to share! Enjoy!
Yes, that’s right kids. Nothing naughty about this dish, except for maybe that it feels naughty. Steamy, creamy and layered to perfection, my vegan version of the ultimate comfort food – lasagna – skips the carbs and fat by upping the ante on veggies. The secret is in the sweet potato.
I’m always looking for new ways to make a veggie burger. So far I’ve attempted a brown rice burger and a 100% vegetable burger. With some chickpeas hanging around, I figured the best way to avert the traditional hummus was to make a burger. I was also in the mood for something that was more main-course appropriate. This [...]
This recipe is no stranger, but the presentation sure is. It only takes a few simple, cheap ingredients to make this salad look like a gourmet masterpiece. And all in under 5 minutes. Also, what better way to portion out a serving? Enjoy!
I adore roasted tomatoes. Their color and taste deepen after baking and they can really hold their own in a dish. One of my favorite combinations is roasted tomatoes and goat cheese. With the addition of roasted onion, fresh chives, and soy sauce, the pair are taken to another level. The result is an elegant [...]
Usually when I make hummus, I prepare it in bulk so that it’ll last me through a few days. During that time, I like to use it in different ways so I don’t get bored. Large green leaves make for the perfect wraps. Today, I paired yesterday’s beet hummus with julienned carrots and cucumber and [...]