R.I.P White Flour & Hello Gluten Free Pasta

Hey Lovers of Food, Anyone that knows me knows that I love me some pasta whether it is penne, lasagna, fetuccine, macaroni and other types of pasta, I will eat it all. I don't discriminate when it comes to pasta shapes. But, I make sure that it's brown rice pasta and gluten/wheat/dairy free pasta though. …

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The Vegan Diva: Veganized Foods

While summer is coming to a close I decided I would write a post on my favorite 5 great VEGAN FOODS FOR THE SUMMER! During the summer I really enjoy cold foods, soups, sandwiches, lots of salad and fruits and when I think of summer I think of bright colored foods, don't you? 1) SHRIMP …

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Beet Tartare with Cashew Cheese

Beet TarTare with Cashew Cheese looks Yum-Mazing!!!

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Beetroots, or beets as most of us like to call them, have a slightly sweet flavor and range in color from red to yellow. These root vegetables can be eaten raw or cooked; boiled, grilled, roasted or steamed; and in sweet and savory dishes. Beets are commonly consumed pickled and in borscht, a European beet soup (source). Thanks to their beautiful red-violet color, beets provide Betanin, a red glycosidic food dye derived from beet juice extract. This food dye is used in various frozen and dry products, and those with a short shelf life (source).

Providing antioxidants, detoxification assistance, and anti-cancer and inflammatory benefits, beets boast a variety of vitamins and nutrients (source). Raw beets are a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Folate, Manganese and Potassium, and a good source of Iron, Magnesium and Vitamin C (source). Raw beet greens, similar in taste to spinach, are also very…

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Baked Falafel with Quinoa Tabouli

Delicious My Favorite Falafel with Quinoa Tabouli

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I freaking love falafel, and for some reason I’ve always enjoyed the baked kind more than the fried. Maybe it’s memories of greasy kebab shops with crispy oily falafels that leave a coating in your mouth. Maybe it’s the fact that you can put them in the oven and leave them be to do their thing without too much worry. Whatever the reason, they rock.

I actually made this recipe back in Gympie when we were living in the van. Oh, how it seems so long ago…cooking in our tiny fold out kitchen on the side of the road or in the bush. Those were the days! I didn’t have an oven then to bake them, but have since made the recipe again and enjoyed it as much.

What I liked about these is how moist they are, they don’t dry out even when baked. Rather than being like dry…

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Veganism & Depression

B12Vegan Photo by veganhousewives.com   Veganism is a great lifestyle to adapt to. The health benefits are great and you lessen the chances of heart disease if you follow the appropriate veganism lifestyle. I never mentioned this to anyone but when I became vegan, the first few months were great. My body responded very well to this new …

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The Sri Lanka Experience

Galle, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka is a country found in Southern Asia/ South of India. They are well-known for their curries and their aromatic Indian spices. In Sri Lankan culture they eat a number of different foods stemming from: Lamprais, Kotthu Roti, Jackfruit, String Hoppers, Pittu, Kiribath and a dessert called Wattalapam. I have been …

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Welcome To The Vegan Diva: What Is Veganism?

  What does it mean to be a vegan? - A vegan is an individual whose diet doesn’t consist of any animal products whatsoever. Someone who consider themselves as a vegan has a diet that consists of Earth foods and whole grains that contribute to a holistic lifestyle. What inspired you to become a vegan? …

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