Happy Herbivore Blog

Today we have a special guest post from Michelle, a high school student who is sure to inspire us! If she can make healthy eating happen on her schedule, there's hope for all of us!

Without further ado... Michelle!

I'm extremely excited to be a guest blogger on Happy Herbivore! Ever since the start of my freshman year in high school, I have been cooking all my own meals. (Even with my hectic extracurricular/homework schedule!)

I realized ...

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If you're looking for a low calorie dinner, check out the recipes below. They're all healthy, low fat, and low calorie but still delicious and filling!

Quick Black Bean Burgers-  109 calories per burger, serve on low-cal bun or even California style on lettuceā€¦I even crumble these on top of salad!

BBQ Chop Wrap (pg. 91 in The Happy Herbivore Cookbook)- only 167 calories for a delicious, crisp wrap.

Curried Sweet Potato and Wild Rice Soup- Only ...

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If you missed all the excitement yesterday, Amazon is shipping my new cookbook, Everyday Happy Herbivore, early! If you pre-ordered it, you should be getting it 11-28 or 11-29! 

The official release date is still 12-6 -- so that's the day you'll find it in stores and in epub format (i.e. Kindle, Nook) -- but I'm thrilled those who pre-ordered the book are getting it more than a week early! 

I'm also sharing another recipe from my ...

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Sadly it looks like our calendar project is a bust -- but ordering today might save it!

We have a minimum order we need to get to in order to use the printing service and we're not even close. Since there have been so few orders, I'm too timid to just have them printed and hope they sell later. 

So if you want a calendar -- please order one today! 

180 of you showed interest in the project, which is ...

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You've got questions, I've got answers!

1. Do you have any Thanksgiving Recommendations?

Yep! I wrote a post recommending plant-based (vegan) recipes for Thanksgiving.

2. What's extra firm super protein tofu?

It usually says "super protein" on the packaging. It's a really heavy and firm block -- much more firm than "extra firm" tofu. It also has more protein per serving. You can find it at health food stores, Asian markets and some grocery stores if they ...

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