Thai yellow curry made with easy to find ingredients.
The key to maintaining any kind of diet or lifestyle is making it easy (or at least not seeming like its a ton of work). I do love to cook more elaborate, fancy things, but a lot of the time you really need something you can just throw together in 10 minutes. These are a... Continue Reading →
Starting the anti-inflammatory diet I have been mostly just drinking water, but occasionally almond milk or coconut milk. I don't really like the texture of most of them, and they generally have added sugar and flavor, so when one of my friends mentioned that she makes her own almond milk I was intrigued. I had... Continue Reading →
I forgot to take prep pictures, but will add next time I make them, which is about weekly. These crackers are my favorite way to use the nut pulp left over from making nut milk (recipe to come soon, but essentially 2 cups water to 1 cups nuts, 3-4 dates and 1/4-1/2 tsp of salt;... Continue Reading →
Lentils, in the legume family, come in a variety of (small) sizes and colors, including green, brown, red, yellow. With their good protein, fiber and iron content, they are an essential part of any plant-based diet. You can get them with husk and without. With husk they hold their shape with cooking, without husk they... Continue Reading →
This salad has anti-oxidant rich blueberries and beets, and protein with almonds and/or walnuts, and a touch of sweetness so is great as a meal of its own accord, especially if you prefer something a little sweet for breakfast. It also pairs nicely with the Rosemary Venison or my take on Chicken Marbella. Ingredients: Equal... Continue Reading →
Many say breakfast is the most important meal. It is the foundation of your day, and can be key to getting your metabolism and energy going. And it should account for a good portion of your daily calories (about 30% or so). Having a good mix of protein to nourish and healthy fat to keep... Continue Reading →