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Easy Vegan Pizza Matches Varying Tastes

May 11, 2011


Pizza is an easy way to feed a wide range of tastes with one healthy dish. At my table, I seek to satisfy the palate of a 7-year-old along with those with more acquired tastes. When it comes to making pizza, I’ve found that everyone gets what they like through the careful placement of ingredients. […]

Simple Vegan Sushi

April 4, 2011


Who says that sushi has to have animal products? Vegan sushi makes for a delicious, filling and nutritious meal without all the cholesterol, fat and toxins that come with fish. Sushi is usually made with nori; a seaweed that is loaded with iron, has plenty of protein, vitamins, calcium and other beneficial minerals.*  For more […]

Easy-to-Grow Veggies in Your Kitchen

February 28, 2011


  When it comes to having healthy, organic, year-round greens at your fingertips, there are few foods that can compete with the ease of growing sprouts in your kitchen. Sprouts provide numerous health benefits ranging from improving the immune system to being a great source of active antioxidants.   

Simple Pumpkin Pudding

November 15, 2010


There are so many great websites with wonderful vegan recipes that I figure the topic of tasty dishes is best left to the experts. Every once in a while, however, I stumble upon a recipe that is just too simple and delicious to keep to myself.

What Do Vegan Families Eat?

May 13, 2010


It is hard for most people to imagine any other way of eating than what they are familiar with. Often, upon hearing that I am a vegan parent, I am asked the question “What do you eat?” My usual response is to say, “Pretty much the same things you eat, only without the animal products.” […]