Blog Topic: Advice

Baking Perfection, Troubleshooting Tips (How to Get the Baking Results You Want) + Video

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I was not born a baker. I wasn't even born with a love for baking. I have a couple of girlfriends (and one guy friend too!) who live and die for baking. They can't wait until the weekend to make fresh bread, cupcakes, pies from scratch — you name it.

They post amazing pictures on social media and I, meanwhile, look at my biscuits ...


Don't Try to Be Perfect, Just Eat Plants and Let Your Body Do the Math (excerpt from WHOLE by Dr. Campbell)

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Almost daily I receive emails asking me questions like -- how many grams of protein do I need? How many cups of greens do I need to eat? Is 1 cup of almond milk a day too much? And so forth.

Here's the beauty of the plant-based diet: You don't need to worry about it!

Just eat plants and your body will do the ...


How to Cook & Prep Collard Greens 101 (Video!)

Category: VideoAdvice |

Another quick video teaser leading up to the Happy Herbivore Cooking Show! (deets of the show here).

I'm still in the filming stages of the new show but in the meantime I've been plowing through all the old videos I taped last winter. :) 


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Here's the latest: how to prep and cook collard greens! 

Here's a list of HH recipes ...


The Brands I Personally Use + BREAKING NEWS! See inside my new book!

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Breaking News! You can now "look inside" my upcoming book on Amazon!

Check out the Table of Contents, index, my most personal memoir story (I'm baring my soul! -- there are many in the book but the big one is in the free preview), plus a few sample recipes and pics!

Woot!

By the way, if you've already pre-ordered, you can snag 14 recipes ...


Defining "Processed" — What is a "Processed" Food? What to Consider When Deciding if a Food is "Processed" or Still "Healthy" (How to Navigate Premade Foods).

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I've been getting a lot of emails asking for an explanation of the term "processed" — what is a processed food exactly?Is X food more processed than Y food? Is Z food processed? 

Here's an example of a recent email:

My sister contends that both wine and oils are processed, so is wine not okay as oil is not okay? Any suggestions?


Anything ...