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  • How to Cook and Use Einkorn Wheat
    Einkorn wheat, one of the latest of ancient grains to be revived for contemporary consumers, is actually one of the very oldest forms of cultivated wheat. Like amaranth, quinoa, and spelt, and farro, einkorn is taking its place as a nutrition-packed superfood. It’s earth-friendly, too. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Nava
    2 years ago
  • Baked Tofu Feta
    Before going vegan I was a cheese lover.  I know, cliché vegan, right?  Yep, but also true.  I especially liked feta cheese, and always had a container of it in my fridge to sprinkle on just about everything.  Until recently, vegan cheeses weren’t a whole lot to write home about it—I’d just sort of avoided... Read More » The post Baked Tofu Feta appeared first on Fried Dandelions. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Sarah
    2 years ago
  • How Tel Aviv Became a Vegan Hotspot
    Hummus plates, tahini, and even Dominos Pizza are helping transform the Land of Milk and Honey into a vegan haven. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07
    2 years ago
  • Summer Wheat Berry Salad with Everyday Dressing
    I tend to overthink things. Sometimes there are so many things going on in my head it’s hard to pick out what really matters. Everyday I have new ideas for recipes, careers, adventures, and the like. I suppose this isn’t really a bad thing but I am putting effort into keeping things simple these days. Living with intention, you know? I think there is something to be said about feeling connected to our food, blog posts, goals + dreams. Often the ones that feel most authentic are the ones that come to me naturally. The ones that sort of present themselves without being forced or obliged. I’m leading a workshop at the end of the month about what it means to eat local and why it’s important (wanna come?). We’ve been putting together a list of all the things available here in town that come from within a small radius. The list is long you guys. It’s incredible. It’s been the absolute best way for me to feel a part of our new community. It seemed almost too good to be true that the fresh people over at GRAIN graciously sent me a box of canadian produced grains + legumes. Knowing your farmer is easy when his face is on the box! So there’s canadian grains in my pantry and a bounty of fresh veggies ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Jodi
    2 years ago
  • Amy’s Drive Thru is celebrating its one-year anniversary, which…
    Amy’s Drive Thru is celebrating its one-year anniversary, which has got us thinking that it’s about time we had ourselves a milkshake. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07
    2 years ago
  • Sensitive Person Like Me? Here Are Five Tips!
    *photo by Sabrina Hill "I have so much I want to say. But sometimes don't say it. I worry I won't communicate things as clearly as they feel in my head. But I try to not to let that stop me from using my voice. From speaking up when I feel that scratch in my gut, that urge to say something. And I usually feel a sense of freedom after sharing - even if my words stumble, or break me." - me ..I tweeted something similar to that a few days ago. The day had started out with some tears, but luckily, went up from there. The day ended with a stroll through my favorite sunny park, and a bowl of smoky maple carrot soup, made by my husband. Gold star to him! And as the smoldering July sun settled into the powder blue horizon during my park stroll, I had five things crisply in my... This is a summary, images and full post available on HHL website! ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Kathy
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 512: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: Sometimes it just tastes like the best oatmeal you have ever had. It was one of those mornings with Steel Cut Oatmeal, Almonds and Blueberries, served with Green Tea.   Lunch: I spent the afternoon chatting nonstop with my old friend Susan who I met in junior high school in New York. She lives… ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 511: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: Who doesn’t like Pie Day? Pie for breakfast, pie for lunch… We had pie for breakfast. Just a SLIVER of course. It was good pie, Fresh Fruit Tart from our Independence Day celebration served with Earl Grey Tea.   Lunch: Lunch was made up of Independence Day leftovers too, the savory ones: Kale and… ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • Yesterday might have been National Fried Chicken Day, but that…
    Yesterday might have been National Fried Chicken Day, but that doesn’t mean we’re done drooling over maple doughnut fried chicken sandwiches, cauliflower-chicken and waffles, and a double down sandwich. Click here for a few more examples of vegan fried chicken dishes we can’t wait to sink our teeth into. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07
    2 years ago
  • Four days in Cusco, Peru
    Where’d we leave off? That long, local bus ride from Puno. If you haven’t read the post about Lake Titicaca, let me fill you in: we were pressed for time. Like, really pressed for time. But we were also hell bent on seeing both sides of the lake despite the fact that it meant we’d only have a measly 14 hours to spend in Puno (over half of which were spent sleeping) and would likely miss the early-morning (and very convenient) tourist bus. Well, we did miss that bus. And everyone – from the owner of the hotel we stayed at to the agent at the bus terminal – tried talking us into waiting for the tourist bus the next morning (it makes fewer stops, is more comfortable, and is generally more safe for foreign travelers), but we were having none of it. We needed to be in Cusco by a certain time and, at that point, a local bus was our only option. So we bought our tickets and got on the damn bus, and spent the next 10 (or 11) hours packed like sardines in a vessel – without air conditioning – that smelled a little too much like week old bologna. So it goes.  […] The post Four days in Cusco, Peru appeared first on Oh, Ladycakes. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Ashlae
    2 years ago
  • Thinking about going back to school for food & nutrition? You won’t want to miss this.
    By now, you’ve probably heard me talk about the incredible experience I had with the Culinary Nutrition Expert Program. Over 14 weeks, we learned and cooked our way through the program curriculum under the guidance of program director Meghan Telpner (truly, she is the best!) and a group of amazing program coaches. This was a life-changing experience for Read More » The post Thinking about going back to school for food & nutrition? You won’t want to miss this. appeared first on . ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Amanda Maguire
    2 years ago
  • Banh Mi and Banh You, Too
    Please don’t call the authorities, but I think I may have just robbed a sandwich shop. It was an accident, I swear. My intentions were good through the entire transaction, mean demeanor nonthreatening, the cashier entirely nonplussed by my presence. It was all so mundane, so unremarkable that I might have forgotten the whole scene by tomorrow if not for that one sticky detail. All I wanted was a sandwich, an honest meal after a long day. Something easy and fast, unchallenging flavors to soothe the ache of comfort food cravings. Indeed, I got precisely that; a glorious banh mi, decked out in crisp pickled vegetables and beautifully burnished lemongrass tofu. In five minutes flat, from the moment I burst through the door at Cam Huong, my order was ready, stuffed to bursting with bean curd still warm from the fryer. I raced home, cradling my treasure close to my chest, like a precious baby swaddled in deli paper. Only after I tore through the wrapping paper and took my first monstrous bite did I realize my potentially larcenous predicament. Checking my wallet, only three one-dollar bills were missing. That wouldn’t even be enough to cover the tip for most bay area meals. How could that possible suffice for a full 8 inches of sub satisfaction? Even a prepackaged gas station peanut butter and ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Feta (that really tastes good!)
      Once upon a time I thought I could never give up cheese. Twenty years later, I now realize it was much easier than I thought. Still, two cheeses kept me in dairyland for a while: parmesan and feta. It was the intensity of those cheeses. The flavor impact. Salty, tangy, briny. At the time, there were no substitutes on the market. So, I couldn’t imagine eating without them! Later, feta cheese substitutes did appear in stores. I tried them, and was underwhelmed. They just didn’t hit the flavor mark. These substitutes were tofu-based, and for some reason the flavor wasn’t penetrating the tofu well enough. I started to experiment with my own tofu feta recipe. Not only did I want a flavorful marinade that would hold up to a classic greek salad, I also wanted to find a way to make this vegan cheese recipe oil-free. Most products I tried had an oil marinade. There had to be a way to get that richness without adding that extra oil. There is! After many trials, the secret to influsing great briny flavor in the tofu is to first simmer it in a vinegar mixture, and then marinate that warm tofu in the full marinade. A marinade consisting of herbs, lemon juice, vinegar – and chopped olives. Bingo! Flavor success. Not only does the flavor hold up, but for ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Dreena
    2 years ago
  • 3 Simple Ways to Stay Healthy While Traveling
    Eating well can be hard when you're on the road, but these tips from our nutritionist make it a little bit easier. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Katie Trant
    2 years ago
  • I’m Heading to Australia
    I’m headed to Sydney in a couple weeks for vacation, finally! Yay! ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-07By Alicia Silverstone
    2 years ago
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