Tag Archives: dairy free

Recipe: Smoky Bacon Mac N’ Cheese

I posted this mac n’ cheese picture last week and I’ve had so many people request the recipe, so here it is! This is a tweaked version of like, four different plant based mac n’ cheese recipes combined. I’ve played around with dozens of different recipes, trying to find the perfect one. I’ve used almonds, […]

On Reading Labels

I got this question in my inbox today, and I had to answer it right away. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked about how to read labels, so I’m really glad to be addressing it now. It seems to be the most complicated part of eliminating animal products from your diet, […]

Recipe: Buffalo Wing Salad

I woke up wanting to make buffalo wings, but I’ve been trying to eat  a little healthier lately, so I decided to put them in a salad. I went with kale as my base because it’s really versatile and goes well with pretty much everything. It’s one of my favorite leafy greens, and not just because it’s […]

Recipe: Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble

Happy long weekend! Hope you all had a great fourth of July! We spent ours relaxing, grilling and baking with my family. We made a ton of food; vegan hotdogs, mini Banh Mi sammies, corn salsa and chili, but I made the MVP of the day- the Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble. I’ve never made a rhubarb […]

Feminism & The Meat Industry

Last night, I drove a whopping twelve miles to the valley so I could see an indie movie that’s only playing in a small number of theaters. It’s not often that I go out of my way to see any movie, and it’s really unusual for me to write anything about one, but this was special, I […]

How To: Homemade Brazil Nut Milk

In the last five years or so, I’ve really slowed down my consumption of store bought nut and seed milk. I used to buy it all the time and drink it daily, but those days are long gone. Now I’ll keep a small container of it in the fridge in case I need to bake […]

In My Bag Week 3: Favorite Non-Essentials

Last week, I went over most of the produce I buy on a regular basis and how I prepare it. Now that we’ve got the basics out of the way, it’s time to start exploring the stuff you’ll use all the time that isn’t technically essential to your survival. These can be a littler pricer than your basics, but […]