DIY Vegan Probiotic Yogurt Recipe With Floratrex™

Probiotics are one of the best ways to maintain gut health and yogurt is one source many people turn to. But, if you’re dairy-free, you might have trouble finding a store-bought probiotic yogurt that meets your needs. When you do manage to find one, vegan yogurt tends to be rather more expensive than dairy-based. So ...Read More »

Paprika Parsnip Fries Recipe With Lemon Cashew Cream

When I found this recipe on A House in the Hills, I couldn’t wait to try it. The unsung hero of the produce aisle, parsnips have twice as much fiber and more than four times the amount of iron as potatoes. With this recipe, they’re an easy-to-make, tasty substitute for french fries.[1] Delicious, crispy, and ...Read More »

6 Fall Plants To Get Planted Now

By: Pamela Bofferding, Ready Nutrition | The weather is getting colder, but that doesn’t mean your gardening plans are thwarted. There are distinct benefits to planting some things in the autumn months: the temperature is cooler, the soil is still quite warm, there is more moisture in the soil and there are more good weather ...Read More »

Banana Cherry Chocolate Chunk Vegan Ice Cream Recipe

We found this beautiful, blush-hued treat on Simple-Veganista. The combination of cherries, dark chocolate, and whipped bananas is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping calories in check. Unlike conventional ice cream, this vegan ice cream has 60% less fat, no added sugar, and only 4 ingredients. Cherry season only comes around once a ...Read More »

7 Ways To Get Rid Of Leftover Fruit

Each year, about 40 percent of all food in the United States goes uneaten, or around $165 billion dollars worth of food. Although a certain amount of this waste in the food stream simply can’t be helped, due to the processing and distribution in produce as well as uneaten food from restaurants. However, when we purchase perishable food ...Read More »

Lentil Salad Recipe With Roasted Potatoes And Asparagus

The French green lentil is an exquisite, marbled beauty. Upon closer inspection, individual lentils are shades of olive green and black with hints of fiery red. You might say they almost resemble tiny red-slider turtles. In this tangy lentil salad from Oh She Glows, the lentils provide a hearty, protein-packed base. The slightly peppery and ...Read More »

Authentic Greek Peach Barley Recipe

Substituting your bland oatmeal for this indulgent peach porridge is a flavorful way to kick off your day. Mediterranean food is tempting and healthy, and this authentic Greek barley recipe from the Greek Vegan is no exception. Roasted peaches, maple syrup, orange juice, cinnamon, cardamom, and barley come together beautifully in this sweet treat that’s ...Read More »

Tasty Vegan Quinoa Salad Recipe With Lemon Basil Dressing

Quinoa is an alternative grain and an incredibly nutritious food. If you’re looking for a way to add quinoa to your diet, this amazing quinoa salad will leave you asking for more. I found the original recipe on Two Peas & Their Pod and can’t wait to share it with you. Let’s get started. Vegan ...Read More »

Bad Eggs

You buy organic eggs for any number of reasons, probably related to not wanting to support factory farms that mistreat chickens, pollute the environment and produce eggs that are nutritionally inferior. Unfortunately, not all organic eggs are created equal. You may be surprised to learn that most of the retail grocery chain store-brand “organic” eggs ...Read More »

Goji Berry Recipe: Goji-Ginger Almond Pears

This sweet treat combines pears, goji berries, and ginger into a surprisingly healthy dessert that you don’t have to feel guilty about enjoying. Pears are a delicious metabolism booster. Anjou, bartlett, and bosc pears taste excellent and work especially well. A tip — pears are best picked a little underripe and stored in a paper ...Read More »

Rhubarb: The Good Stalk

Rhubarb is more versatile than we give it credit for. Its stalk are a favorite for culinary uses, but there is more to it than meets the eye. This perennial favorite is very easy to grow and makes a popular addition to low maintenance gardens. Rhubarb is an extremely hardy plant, and can grow in ...Read More »

99 Things You Probably Didn’t Know You Can Compost

Anybody who has a composting bin or compost pile at their house knows that old apple cores, banana peels and potato skins can be composted. The list of items that can be composted doesn’t stop there, in fact, it barely scratches the surface. Did you know that you can compost an old tea bag? Old ...Read More »

5 Simple Solutions For Composting

Composting is by far the best way to condition your soil. Whether you have a small patio garden or a robust vegetable garden in your backyard, your soil needs to be cared for. When I began gardening, my grandfather pulled me aside and passed on some very wise advice. He said, “You have to grow ...Read More »

Cabbage Recipe With Lemon-Garlic Cashew Dressing

I stumbled across this delicious vegan recipe on A Thought for Food. I gave it a try and it tasted so good, I had to share it. As a bonus, this cabbage recipe is perfect when performing a kidney or liver cleanse. But, ultimately, you can enjoy this cabbage recipe anytime, whether you are watching ...Read More »

7 Ways Organic Farms Outperform Conventional Farms

By: Greg Seaman, eartheasy.com | Sustainable, organic farming practices are the best way to feed the future… Just a few generations ago, in the 1930’s, approximately 45% of Americans lived on farms. This demographic gradually but steadily declined as people migrated to urban centers, and over time, to suburbs. Today, only about 960,000 people claim farming ...Read More »

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