Monthly Archives: January 2012
See more on How to Make Healthy Truffles on Leslie’s website.
Combined with peas and artichoke hearts, vegan cheddar cheese is a great change of pace from standard mozzarella-topped pizza. This is a quick one to throw together.
A recent study published in Global Environmental Change shows by cutting meat and dairy consumption by 25 percent, we could reduce two greenhouse gases by 80 percent. This is a big, honking deal. So if you’re thinking about moving to a more plant-based diet, welcome aboard and thanks for helping the environment.
Imagine delicately spiced pears cooked just until fork tender, sitting atop a luscious pillow of maple-scented cashew crème, all contained within a soft, nutty crust. Sound like a dream? Well wake up, because this delight is easily a reality! This is one amazing finish to any meal, sure to please all palates and diets alike. Not […]
When you need a heaping helping of something fast, inexpensive, and hearty, I can think of few things that fit these criteria better than a big pot of chili. Of course, bean chilies—without the carne—have been a have become a vegetarian standard; this is the recipe I’ve been making for years. Simple, hearty, and warming, […]
Here’s a very basic preparation for pureed butternut squash, a great side dish for winter meals. If you use a good, sweet butternut squash you’ll agree that simple can be sublime. Photos by Rachael Braun.
Chewy, moist, creamy, hot, sticky steamy, rolled, wrapped, stacked; whole grains are sweet, easy, versatile, nutritious, delicious, high-fiber, low fat, filling, satisfying, and energizing!
The term koorma refers to a Northern Indian style of cookery that utilizes yogurt. For vegans and for those who wish to adapt this to dairy-free, use coconut yogurt.