This makes two 3.5-cup smoothies and provides half the fruit and all the raw veggies you need on the ETL plan. Drink up! –tortugita718
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This recipe is higher fat than the 15% guideline for this website; however, I feel the fat from the ground flaxseeds–which provides the adequate Omega 3s for an entire day for most of us–justifies the higher fat because it is functional nutrition. –tortugita718
This is a recipe I made for a coworker of mine who saw how healthy my homemade vegan meals looked and that I seem healthy and happy. I made this for him and have named it in his honor. –tortugita718
1/2 lb tomatoes seeded and chopped
1 1/2 tbl tomato paste…
1 Tbsp. water
1/2 c. finely minced onion…
1/2 c all fruit peach or apricot preserves
1/4 c white or cider vinegar…
There is a traditional Polish salad of grated raw Kohlrabi and carrot – tastes great! Using this as inspiration I have taken things a stage further and made a soup.
Lassi is an Indian yogurt drink that can be either sweet or salty. I like mine sweet with mango, mint and just a hint of lemon verbena.
Sweet, nutty and savory, from the chestnuts, walnuts and herbs. Yum! –healthyvic
This carob pudding is so silky and smooth you would never guess it is low fat! –healthyvic
Dense and fudgy, you would never guess these are vegan, low fat, grain free and sugar free! –healthyvic
Delicious paleo-friendly crackers from kaitsinsidedish.
A spicy and savory Mexican flavored dish that pairs well with spring veggies. Step-by-step photos illustrate this delicious recipe submitted by 5boarder.
This may sound like one of my weirdest recipes, but trust me, it really works.–Kathy Hester
Just in time for the warm weather – a healthy frozen treat that doesn’t cost a fortune!
- Seitan Saltado (Peruvian Stir-Fry with Potatoes)May has flown by and was very close to becoming the first month since I started this blog that I haven’t posted anything. The end of the school year is always busy for us, but because E was graduating, this May was more jam-packed than usual. But all the activity and anticipation came to a […]
- The Slow Miracle of My Yoga Practice: Feeling The Whole in a PartI was introduced to the well-known Hindu fable The Blind Men and the Elephant at a very early age. At 3, my mother read me the 19th century version byJohn Godfrey Saxe from the pages of the Childcraft volume, Storytelling and Other Poems. This volume was part of a set my parents must have purchased when […]