Not only are they quick and easy to make, but smoothies are a great way to incorporate more fresh fruit into your diet. If you’re bold enough to add some fresh leafy greens to the mix, your body will thank you for providing it with a whole assortment of essential nutrients.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what could be a better gift for your beloved (or your beloved self) than a batch of hand-made chocolate truffles? … How about hand-made chocolate truffles that are not only vegan, but pretty darn healthy?
The colder seasons bring the perfect ingredients for making delicious, creamy vegan soups, and when that winter cold sets in, knowing how to make a delicious soup can be an invaluable way of keeping warm from the inside.
With the simple addition of a little tamari, herb salt or any of your favorite seasonings, tempeh can easily be grilled in strips, cubes or cutlets for a quick and easy protein fix. If you want to try something more adventurous though, the following recipe comes highly recommended.
Seitan or Wheat-Meat (made from wheat gluten flour) is one of the best meat substitutes for flavor absorption as well as texture. High in protein and low in fat, seitan (when properly prepared) will win over the meat-oholics in your life, from kids to grown-ups.
Somehow beans have developed a reputation for being dull, bland and boring, and have almost become a symbol of the common perception of vegan food as being, well… dull, bland and boring. But not only is this not true about vegan food, it’s not even true about beans themselves.