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  • The Myth of Plant-Based Protein Deficiency 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. You’ll be helping your ...
 
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  • Hot Cereals for Breakfast Though cream of wheat or oatmeal are fine choices as hot cereals, there is a world of grains to explore for breakfast, from tiny whole grains to cracked, rolled, and ground grains. Explore the hot cereal section of most any natural foods store and see what appeals to you. If these grains are new to ...
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    • Main Street Vegan by Victoria Moran In many a glowing description of a non-fiction book, especially a prescriptive one like a self-help book or a cookbook, the reviewer will compliment the author by saying that reading their words feels like having a cup of tea with a friend. I can go one better and say that spending time perusing the pages ...
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    • 10 Low-Cost Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen Who doesn’t want the benefits and enjoyment of excellent health? It can’t happen without a healthy planet. Day by day, begin building the kitchen habits that protect the air and water that goes in our bodies and the land that produces our food. Here are ten tips for a more earth-friendly kitchen. Skip the Bag: It’s ...
     
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    • Unbaked Fudgy Brownies You won’t believe how easy it is to make these unbaked vegan chocolate brownies, rich with nuts and sweetened with dates. They’re flourless, gluten-free, and altogether rich and yummy. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky of Bittersweet Blog. Makes 12 squares 1 cup raw slivered or sliced almonds 1 cup pitted Medjool dates 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa or cacao powder 1/2 teaspoon ...
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          • Better Beans: A Review A few weeks ago, I was sent the whole line of Better Bean Company products to sample. Lucky me, since I love beans! Not that beans ever really went away, but they do seem to be making a comeback in a bigger way; as the subtitle of Kathy Hester’s Great Vegan Bean Book* puts it, they’re ...

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          Nutrition (see all)

          • The Myth of Plant-Based Protein Deficiency 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. You’ll be helping your ...
           
          Healthy Eating Tips (see all)

          • Hot Cereals for Breakfast Though cream of wheat or oatmeal are fine choices as hot cereals, there is a world of grains to explore for breakfast, from tiny whole grains to cracked, rolled, and ground grains. Explore the hot cereal section of most any natural foods store and see what appeals to you. If these grains are new to ...
          Veg Kids & Teens (see all)

             
            Book Review (see all)

            • Main Street Vegan by Victoria Moran In many a glowing description of a non-fiction book, especially a prescriptive one like a self-help book or a cookbook, the reviewer will compliment the author by saying that reading their words feels like having a cup of tea with a friend. I can go one better and say that spending time perusing the pages ...
            Green Kitchen (see all)

            • 10 Low-Cost Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen Who doesn’t want the benefits and enjoyment of excellent health? It can’t happen without a healthy planet. Day by day, begin building the kitchen habits that protect the air and water that goes in our bodies and the land that produces our food. Here are ten tips for a more earth-friendly kitchen. Skip the Bag: It’s ...
             
            Raw Vegan Kitchen (see all)

            • Unbaked Fudgy Brownies You won’t believe how easy it is to make these unbaked vegan chocolate brownies, rich with nuts and sweetened with dates. They’re flourless, gluten-free, and altogether rich and yummy. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky of Bittersweet Blog. Makes 12 squares 1 cup raw slivered or sliced almonds 1 cup pitted Medjool dates 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa or cacao powder 1/2 teaspoon ...
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                  • Better Beans: A Review A few weeks ago, I was sent the whole line of Better Bean Company products to sample. Lucky me, since I love beans! Not that beans ever really went away, but they do seem to be making a comeback in a bigger way; as the subtitle of Kathy Hester’s Great Vegan Bean Book* puts it, they’re ...

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                  Nutrition (see all)

                  • The Myth of Plant-Based Protein Deficiency 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. You’ll be helping your ...
                   
                  Healthy Eating Tips (see all)

                  • Hot Cereals for Breakfast Though cream of wheat or oatmeal are fine choices as hot cereals, there is a world of grains to explore for breakfast, from tiny whole grains to cracked, rolled, and ground grains. Explore the hot cereal section of most any natural foods store and see what appeals to you. If these grains are new to ...
                  Veg Kids & Teens (see all)

                     
                    Book Review (see all)

                    • Main Street Vegan by Victoria Moran In many a glowing description of a non-fiction book, especially a prescriptive one like a self-help book or a cookbook, the reviewer will compliment the author by saying that reading their words feels like having a cup of tea with a friend. I can go one better and say that spending time perusing the pages ...
                    Green Kitchen (see all)

                    • 10 Low-Cost Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen Who doesn’t want the benefits and enjoyment of excellent health? It can’t happen without a healthy planet. Day by day, begin building the kitchen habits that protect the air and water that goes in our bodies and the land that produces our food. Here are ten tips for a more earth-friendly kitchen. Skip the Bag: It’s ...
                     
                    Raw Vegan Kitchen (see all)

                    • Unbaked Fudgy Brownies You won’t believe how easy it is to make these unbaked vegan chocolate brownies, rich with nuts and sweetened with dates. They’re flourless, gluten-free, and altogether rich and yummy. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky of Bittersweet Blog. Makes 12 squares 1 cup raw slivered or sliced almonds 1 cup pitted Medjool dates 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa or cacao powder 1/2 teaspoon ...
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                          • Better Beans: A Review A few weeks ago, I was sent the whole line of Better Bean Company products to sample. Lucky me, since I love beans! Not that beans ever really went away, but they do seem to be making a comeback in a bigger way; as the subtitle of Kathy Hester’s Great Vegan Bean Book* puts it, they’re ...

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                          Nutrition (see all)

                          • The Myth of Plant-Based Protein Deficiency 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. You’ll be helping your ...
                           
                          Healthy Eating Tips (see all)

                          • Hot Cereals for Breakfast Though cream of wheat or oatmeal are fine choices as hot cereals, there is a world of grains to explore for breakfast, from tiny whole grains to cracked, rolled, and ground grains. Explore the hot cereal section of most any natural foods store and see what appeals to you. If these grains are new to ...
                          Veg Kids & Teens (see all)

                             
                            Book Review (see all)

                            • Main Street Vegan by Victoria Moran In many a glowing description of a non-fiction book, especially a prescriptive one like a self-help book or a cookbook, the reviewer will compliment the author by saying that reading their words feels like having a cup of tea with a friend. I can go one better and say that spending time perusing the pages ...
                            Green Kitchen (see all)

                            • 10 Low-Cost Ways to Go Green in the Kitchen Who doesn’t want the benefits and enjoyment of excellent health? It can’t happen without a healthy planet. Day by day, begin building the kitchen habits that protect the air and water that goes in our bodies and the land that produces our food. Here are ten tips for a more earth-friendly kitchen. Skip the Bag: It’s ...
                             
                            Raw Vegan Kitchen (see all)

                            • Unbaked Fudgy Brownies You won’t believe how easy it is to make these unbaked vegan chocolate brownies, rich with nuts and sweetened with dates. They’re flourless, gluten-free, and altogether rich and yummy. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky of Bittersweet Blog. Makes 12 squares 1 cup raw slivered or sliced almonds 1 cup pitted Medjool dates 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa or cacao powder 1/2 teaspoon ...
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                                  Product Review (see all)

                                  • Better Beans: A Review A few weeks ago, I was sent the whole line of Better Bean Company products to sample. Lucky me, since I love beans! Not that beans ever really went away, but they do seem to be making a comeback in a bigger way; as the subtitle of Kathy Hester’s Great Vegan Bean Book* puts it, they’re ...