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  • Vegan Thai Tofu Daikon Noodle Bowls
    Finally getting around to sharing my favorite recipe to date – Daikon Noodle Bowls! Virtually raw, making a couple of adjustments if you want to make these fully raw. You can never go wrong with crisp veggies in abundance. This is the perfect meal that won’t weigh you down. It’s easy to tweak to fit your lifestyle if you’re not a fan of any of the veggies I’ve included and it travels great for on-the-go! If you’re wanting to bulk up this meal, I highly recommend using brown rice pad Thai noodles. Thinly slicing the daikon to add crunch. This combination also works great as a fresh spring roll, if you’re interested in giving that a try. The Thai style dipping sauce included below yields about one cup which is four generous servings. I love to prep this sauce for the week ahead and use it to make Thai salads, spring rolls or giant veggie noodle bowls – like we’re doing today! Definitely give these recipes a try and let me know what you think. I would love to see your recreations. Be sure to leave me a comment below if you make any substitutions. Feel free to snap a photo and tag me @PlantPhilosophy on Instagram using the hashtag #PlantPhilosophy so I don’t miss seeing your post as well. I love to share ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-20By Margaret
    2 hours ago
  • We’re headed on a once-in-a-lifetime, all-vegan trip to The City…
    We’re headed on a once-in-a-lifetime, all-vegan trip to The City of Light! Want to come? ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19
    15 hours ago
  • Nutty Crusted Butternut Squash Bowl with 10-Spice Roasted Chickpeas
    I was recently asked by Terra (OSG’s editor extraordinaire) how I came up with this recipe, and after explaining my process to her we both agreed I should share my fun little kitchen story with you on the blog! I often think this stuff is going to be boring so I don’t tend to get into the behind-the-scenes details too often, but I’d love to hear what you think! This recipe actually began as something totally different. I’d been working on a simplified butternut risotto and, despite a few attempts, it just wasn’t impressing me (okay, I totally have Shania Twain in my head right now). I had planned on trying that recipe one more time before moving on, but just couldn’t shake the feeling of DOOM I had about it. Whenever I’m clouded by this “feeling of doom” and try to force a recipe (ignoring the voices in my head screaming “noooo don’t do it!”), I find it usually winds up being a waste of time anyway. I have to say that the results are almost always still edible and often quite tasty…just not quite good enough to share! So, putting the risotto aside, I brainstormed something in a totally new direction! I couldn’t get crusted butternut squash out of my head (#weirdo), and thought it would be absolutely amazing to create a ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Angela (Oh She Glows)
    15 hours ago
  • Munch Madness
    Considering the fervor surrounding Superbowl festivities and all associated opportunities for eating and drinking, it’s surprising that little of that enthusiasm seems to carry over for March Madness. Speaking as an uninformed observer, it strikes me as an even more promising excuse to indulge, being spread out over a number of weeks with numerous chances to try new celebratory snacks. It’s hard to resist the classics, especially when you have limited time to pull out all the stops, but when you can dabble with different recipes for each match, even fair-weather sports fans can get into the spirit. That’s where I come in. Top picks for any appetizer bracket will always include dips. Guacamole is the reigning champ these days, but hummus, queso, artichoke and spinach, and good old salsa are definitely contenders. That said, my bet is going to the underdog this round, the old-school favorite that doesn’t get its fair dues these days. Sour cream and onion has proven its worth in all variety of savory bites, though its influence usually ends at the dusty bag of potato chip crumbs. More substantial than those thin crisps and less messy than any dipping situation, sour cream and onion arancini elevate the proven allium medley into a self-contained appetizer worthy of a special occasion. Whether or not that happens to include hollering at the ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    16 hours ago
  • Roasted Veggie Tacos with Creamy Whipped Black Beans
    Easy peasy tacos! Veggies roast in the oven while you whip up a creamy spiced black bean spread to make these absolutely delicious and no-fuss vegan veggie tacos. I’ve been sitting on this one for a good two and a half years! I think that’s a blog record. Anyway, that has nothing to do with the quality of the recipe itself. In fact, I love these tacos. I planned at one point to put together an e-book of vegan tacos. I eventually scrapped that idea, but not before accumulating a nice collection of taco recipes. I finally decided it’s time to start sharing them. And guess what, these were the cover tacos, which mean’s they’re pretty special. What I love about these tacos is how easy they are to throw together. Tacos can be a lot of work, you know? A million different toppings, multiple burners going on the stove. That kind of thing. These are really simple though. The main filling for these tacos, the veggies, roast in the oven. Super easy: you get to throw a bunch of stuff in a pan, stick it in the oven, and forget about it for a bit. While the veggies roast, you whip up the creamy black bean spread. This part is super flavorful, creates a nice creamy base for the veggies to squish ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Alissa Saenz
    16 hours ago
  • Air Fried Tofu Italian Style
    I’ve had an air fryer for well over a year and even started a Facebook group, FatFree Vegan Air Fryers, to share cooking ideas. I’ve posted several air fryer recipes, but I’ve never taken the opportunity to write about the air fryer in depth, to review the different air fryers, describe how they work, give formulas for converting “regular” recipes for the air fryer, etc. And there’s a reason for that: I don’t think air fryers are really necessary. And if you don’t have one, you can still make this air fried tofu because I’ve included oven directions at the end of the recipe.(...)Read the rest of Air Fried Tofu Italian Style (1,528 words) © svoisin for FatFree Vegan Kitchen, 2018. | Permalink | No comment Post tags: Air Fryer, Gluten-free, Ridiculously Easy, SoyThe post Air Fried Tofu Italian Style appeared first on FatFree Vegan Kitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Susan Voisin
    16 hours ago
  • Podcast #27: Gut Health & Women’s Health Issues Explained
    Dr. Alvin Danenberg is a periodontist and a certified functional health practitioner. We talked about what women need to know about how the gut impacts our health. For this new episode on Clean Eating for Women, you can listen here or using your favorite podcast app (or click here if you don’t see the player below): Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Android | Stitcher In this episode of the Clean Eating for Women podcast, we talk about: Dan’s amazing health recovery story How the gut is the center for everything, including specific women’s health issues Benefits of spore based microbiotics and vitamin K2 Some highlights of this episode on how gut health affects women’s health issues: Dan is almost 71 years old. When he was 59, he suddenly had a stroke. His doctors saved his life and put him on seven medicines for life. He was exercising regularly and eating foods that he thought were healthy. He started investigating what a healthy lifestyle and diet would actually be. [03:44] When he was 66, he took a nutrition course at a yoga center. He heard terms that he had never heard before like ancestral health. He and his wife cleaned their pantry out of all processed foods. They started buying organic foods from farmers markets. He removed grains, sugars, legumes, and ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Carrie Forrest, MPH in Nutrition
    17 hours ago
  • Three States Aim to End the Sale of Cruel Cosmetics
    New York, Hawaii, and California are already arguably three of the most popular states in the nation and now there may be even more reason to love them.. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Cruelty Free International
    17 hours ago
  • Does Cocoa Powder Cause Acne?
    Is the link between chocolate and acne from the sugar, the milk, or the cocoa? Researchers put white chocolate, dark chocolate, baking chocolate, and cocoa powder to the test to find out. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
    18 hours ago
  • 5-Ingredient Chocolate Pudding! Vegan Dessert.
    This creamy, rich, chocolate pudding may look sinfully sweet - but it is actually quite good for you. Rich in plant-based protein from tofu and antioxidants from raw cacao powder. Originally posted in 2011, I am giving this post a 2018 update with some added pics and a how-to video. (...coming sooooon!) One taste and you will see why this decadent pudding or mousse has long been a HealthyHappyLife fan fave! And one of my all time fave recipes as well. You can even totally call this a healthy snack or even breakfast! No-Cook method - just blend and serve. Only 5 ingredients! I also share my current favorite way to spin this recipe...Read more » This is a summary, images and full post available on HHL website! ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-19By Kathy
    1 day ago
  • Weekend Reading, 3.18.18
    Happy Sunday, everyone. I’m back from my visit with my friend, doing my best to settle into a routine in spite of deadlines the that continue to loom.In a mind-clearing yoga class this morning, my teacher shared this parable, or her own version of it. According to WisdomShare, the story goes,A young, successful couple found their dream home. Shortly after purchasing it, the couple sat at their kitchen table to indulge in a delicious breakfast. The wife looked out the window, and to her surprise, she saw her neighbor hanging dirty laundry on the clothesline.‘That laundry isn’t clean, it’s still dirty!’ she said to her husband. ‘Someone needs to teach her a thing or two when it comes to washing her clothes!’A couple of days later, the couple sat down at their kitchen table for another meal. The wife saw her neighbor hanging clothes on the clothesline. But this time something was different.‘Wow, look!’ the surprised wife said to her husband, ‘Her clothes are clean! Someone must have taught her how to wash her clothes!’ Without raising his head from his plate, the husband kindly responded, ‘Actually, honey, I got up early this morning and washed the window.’It was the right morning for this fable to find me. Since I got back home on Thursday, I’ve noticed myself being more judgmental and critical than usual. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-18By Gena
    1 day ago
  • Lentil Sloppy Joes
    Sloppy Joes aren’t just for the meat eaters. It’s such a versatile meal that can be replaced with chickpeas, grains, or even lentils to make a hearty, vegetarian-friendly dinner that you and your kids will love. Turn them into the character, Tobee of Super Simple, and now you have a home run meal of Lentil Sloppy Joes! RELATED: BBQ Chickpea Sloppy Joes Packed with lots of hidden veggies and all that protein from green lentils, this is a sloppy joe you can feel real good about, and just in time for national Sloppy Joe Day too. It’s like a gift, all wrapped up in a warm bun and covered in cheese. It’s as I knew how to win you over… The best way to eat these Lentil Sloppy Joes? Watching Super Simple! My family prefers to sing along with Tobee to “If You’re Happy and You Know It” with the Candy Apple Jazz Band. My little guy wants to watch it at least 20 times, which I don’t mind because I actually really like watching it too. That, to me, is one of the best things about Super Simple. It’s great for kids and parents, too. RELATED: Vegan Sloppy Joes Bring your sing alongs to life with these Lentil Sloppy Joes that are in honor of Tobee, of Super Simple Songs. To ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-18By Cara
    2 days ago
  • If you come to Paris with VegNews, you can be like Kanye, like:
    If you come to Paris with VegNews, you can be like Kanye, like: ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-18
    2 days ago
  • Smoky BBQ Black Bean Burger
    Say hello to your new favorite veggie burger. It’s gluten-free, BIG on flavor, infused with smoky BBQ flavor, and perfect on the grill or stovetop. Let’s do this! This burger is easy to make, requiring simple methods and 10 wholesome ingredients you likely have on hand right now. It all starts with black beans that are cooked down until dry and cracked, which helps keep the burgers from being mushy. Smoky BBQ Black Bean Burger from Minimalist Baker → ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-18By Dana @ Minimalist Baker
    2 days ago
  • Instant Pot Red Beans and Rice Soup
    Sometimes you just need comfort food, like this creamy Instant Pot red beans and rice soup. Sometimes those times can stretch into weeks… and months.(...)Read the rest of Instant Pot Red Beans and Rice Soup (1,494 words) © svoisin for FatFree Vegan Kitchen, 2018. | Permalink | 20 comments Post tags: Gluten-free, Louisiana, Pressure Cooker, Soy-freeThe post Instant Pot Red Beans and Rice Soup appeared first on FatFree Vegan Kitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-18By Susan Voisin
    2 days ago
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