Topic: FAQ

I was never a fan of eating eggs but I have many friends who would eat an egg white omelette every morning before they decided to ditch the animal products and go vegan. They often miss the distinct taste of eggs, whether it be in an omelette or as an egg sandwich, or even in a quiche.

For those friends, I recommend black salt. Specifically, I suggest Kala Namak, a pungent smelling purple-ish or pink-ish gray rock salt that is ...

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There’s a lot of questions going around about food combining, so I thought I would give you some information and tips, if you want to try it and see if it works for you!

Food combining sounds complicated, but must of us already do a little on our own without knowing it! 

Anyway, "Food combining" is exactly what it sounds like- pairing certain foods together in a meal for better digestion and getting the most nutrients and minerals out ...

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1. How do you deal with situations like being invited to holiday parties where there's absolutely no food for you?

Anytime I'm invited to dinner or a party, I always tell the host well in advance about my dietary restrictions, and then I immediately offer to help, such as bringing something.

If I go and there is still nothing to eat, I don't eat. It's that simple. I have to help myself, not someone else. I ...

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Tofu can be hit or miss. Some people don't love the texture but freezing your tofu is a great way to change the texture without much extra effort. Freezing tofu removes the excess water which makes tofu able to soak up your marinade better. It also makes your tofu less 'sponge-y' and gives it a sort of 'chewier' texture.

I take my tofu and cut a slit into the top of the plastic packaging and drain it over the ...

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Hi Herbies! It's baking season so we thought we would bring you a few informative posts on baking and answer your questions. Once in awhile people will email in and ask if they can replace baking soda with powder or vice versa. 

Baking soda and baking powder are both leavening agents, meaning they’ll make your baked goods ‘rise.’ Baking powder actually contains some baking soda, but they aren’t used exactly the same way.

Baking soda is sodium ...

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