Vegan or not, you probably have a go-to hummus recipe or a favorite store brand. This Mediterranean delight has become a staple worldwide. It’s mild, free of common food allergens, and goes with just about anything. The popularity of...
The big day is almost here! For those who did not receive that coveted invitation to the wedding of the year, you can still celebrate in style by hosting your own royal wedding party. Dust off your pastel attire...
Jerky is a famed and popular snack across many countries around the globe. Traditionally, jerky is made using beef, but other animals such as kangaroo, pig, poultry, fish, turkey, and more, are also used to make the meat product. For...
I did the SAME thing when I spotted a 5 for $5 display of champagne mangoes at the store last week!! I LITRALLY gasped out loud and was all “ooooooooooooooh!” The produce people already think I’m a nut job,...
The thing we love about these creamy, nut-based vegan desserts? They’re GOOD.  Not “good for a vegan dessert” or “good for something made without dairy,” but just good good. If you were to serve them at a party, no one...
Anyone looking to make healthier choices by cutting out processed meat from their diet don’t have to miss out on a classic dish — plant-based pigs in a blanket are possible. Opting for a vegan version of this classic dish...
Welcome to May! Now that the calendar has flipped pages five times this year, perhaps you might be looking to change up a lifestyle, embrace a new diet, ponder a meatless May, or revisit those long-forgotten resolutions made in...
Happy Cinco De Mayo! This day is a celebration of Mexican culture, its people, and its traditions. The day originated on the 5th of May, 1862, marking the defeat of the French Army in Mexico during the Battle of...
The technique of pan-searing while basting with butter creates a rich, golden crust on mushrooms. It works great on crosscut slices of king oyster mushrooms, which have thick, firm stems and relatively small caps. It’s even better when you...
 Time has labeled cauliflower as the new “it” vegetable, while Bloomberg has said cauliflower is “the new kale.” The cruciferous veggie has been steamed, roasted, riced, and even turned into pizza crusts. In restaurants, cauliflower steaks and whole roasted seasoned centerpieces are becoming...

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