Jump to Recipe This vegan tortellini soup is so cozy and satisfying. Store-bought, plant-based tortellini makes it easy to prepare the soup in 30 minutes. The addition of beans, greens, and vegetables make the this one-pot meal as wholesome as ...Read More »
How to Eat an Unripe Avocado—In a Not Gross Way
Avocados are great for toast, guacamole, salads, and so much more. But, sometimes it feels like you ...
Wait, Sourdough Bread Is Good for You?
Have loaves of sourdough taken over your Instagram feed? Have you found yourself on #BreadTok?Sourdo...
What’s the Difference Between Pickling and Fermenting?
Kimchi is fermented but pickles are, well, pickled. But they’re undeniably similar. So, have y...
Bananas Are Berries—Here’s Why
Did you know that bananas are the most popular fruit in the world? Not only are they the most common...
What Is Eating for Color?
When you hear the phrase “taste the rainbow”, you probably think of Skittles. But, when ...
Vegan Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto and Pasta
Jump to Recipe This vegan sun-dried tomato pesto and pasta is a game changer. It’s so savory and hearty that it’s almost more reminiscent of bolognese than pesto! Unlike most pesto recipes, it calls for cashews rather than pine nuts ...Read More »
Vegan Broccoli Melts
Jump to Recipe These vegan broccoli melts are delightfully cozy and satisfying, while also being wholesome. The melts are made with homemade vegan mozzarella cheese and tender, garlicky broccoli. They’re perfect for lunch or as part of a casual dinner. ...Read More »
20-Minute Vegan Smoky Red Pepper Pasta
Jump to Recipe This vegan smoky red pepper pasta takes only twenty minutes to prepare, but it’s so vibrant and flavorful. The creamy, roasted red pepper sauce is both dairy-free and nut-free. Best of all, the pasta can be made ...Read More »
My Favorite Crispy Roasted Chickpeas
Jump to Recipe These crispy roasted chickpeas will add crunch, along with plant-powered nutrition, to your salads, bowls, pasta dishes, and more. They’re one of the most versatile and useful vegan proteins to batch cook, and they’re so easy to ...Read More »
Sweet & Tangy Orange Tahini Dressing
Jump to Recipe This orange tahini dressing is equal parts tangy and sweet! It adds wonderful brightness to salads, bowls, slaws, and roasted vegetables. Here’s the plan: I’ll keep posting tahini dressing recipes in spite of the fact that a ...Read More »
Dr. Deborah Mash from DemeRx.com explains how natural IBOGAINE molecule is helping with addiction treatment
It is one thing to enjoy a beer or a smoke every now and again for fun, with restraint, or even to use certain healing herbs regularly because of an underlying health condition. But it is an entirely different thing ...Read More »
Psychedelic plant compound ibogaine helping people overcome addition
Another natural herb that currently sits on the United States’ Schedule I “controlled substances” list along with cannabis and peyote is helping people overcome the damage caused to them by pharmaceutical drugs. Ibogaine, which comes from a powerful Gabonese plant, ...Read More »
Study: Supplementing with vitamin D helps prevent cancer, especially if it’s taken more frequently
Many people are already aware of the bone-protective effects of vitamin D, but did you also know that the “sunlight nutrient” protects against cancer? Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center (GCRC) put together a new study about it showing ...Read More »
Study: Omega-3 fatty acids key to maintaining healthy brain function
Aging can be a scary part of life because it comes with an increased risk of health problems, such as Alzheimer’s disease. Although aging is inevitable, you can prevent many diseases and keep your brain healthy by exercising regularly and eating a ...Read More »