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Whether you're taking Christmas Eve and Christmas Day "off" to celebrate, you're the lone veg-head, you want to eat healthy, or you've already enjoyed your holiday, this week's meal plan has something for EVERYONE!
This week the individual meal plan comes with TWO menus and TWO shopping lists: one 5-day meal plan and shopping list that allows for two "flex days" (for those who are taking Christmas off), and a 7-day meal plan and shopping list ...
Meet our Herbie of the Week: Jenn A!
Earlier this year, Jenn left this comment on our Forks Over Knives Plan giveaway:
"The documentary Forks Over Knives really opened my eyes to how unhealthy animal products are for us. It made me a better vegan and since then I have lost 52.3 pounds and my cholesterol is going down! Next to tackle diabetes and beat that without medication. The documentary is extraordinary in seeing people change their lives living ...
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, the question on everyone's mind is: what do I make for upcoming holiday parties and family gatherings?
Whether you're celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, throwing a fabulous New Year's Eve party or New Year's Day brunch; there's a healthy, plant-based recipe for every occasion!
Portobello Pot Roast
Recipes to make from the blog
Tired of eating the same old thing? This week's meal plan will not only keep things exciting, but also super easy!
We're putting a new spin on a meal plan favorite with Ginger "Beef" with Broccoli (NEW!) while spicing things up with the Southwestern Quinoa Tabbouleh (NEW!).
There's also two new incredibly delicious soups this week -- Tuscan Bean Soup (NEW!) and Creamy Cauliflower & Potato Soup (NEW!), as well as two awesome new breakfasts -- "Baked" Apple Oatmeal (NEW ...
What is nutritional yeast? Can I substitute brown miso in your recipes? What's the difference between ground and rubbed sage?
These are some of the most frequently asked questions about ingredients in HH recipes -- and I'm answering them all AND more in this post!
I hope you find this information helpful and it makes your plant-based cooking experience a little easier :)
Black Indian salt (also called Kala Namak and not to be confused with black lava ...