How To Make Almond Milk Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon

Nut milk is a staple in any vegan diet. If you haven’t already heard, it’s true- you can milk nuts.

Well, kinda.

In today’s market, you can find tons of ready-to-drink nut milks- almond, cashew, macadamia- you name it! However, be wary of these store-bought versions- many brands use very little nuts in the product, and may include harmful additives, such as carrageenan.

Many types of nuts can be transformed into creamy, flavorful milk with just a few simple steps ...

11 Vegan Pumpkin Recipes to Try This Fall Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon

It’s officially pumpkin season! There’s no better time of the year to try out some delicious new recipes featuring everyone’s favorite fall ingredient, and we’ve got you covered- from breakfast to dessert!

1. Banana Pumpkin Muffins

1½ cups whole wheat pastry flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
¼ tsp salt
2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
2 whole bananas
1 cup canned pure pumpkin
¾ cup brown sugar
¼ cup unsweetened applesauce
¼ cup nondairy milk

Directions ...

5 Surprising Tofu Recipes Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon

From sweet to spicy, tofu can be a healthy part of your plant-based vegan menu in ways you probably never realized. One of the great things about tofu is its ability to take on all kinds of flavors and foods, all with great results! These 5 recipes are surprisingly easy ways to add some protein, calcium and minerals to your snacks and meals – without sacrificing flavor and variety. Taste the smooth sweetness of our tofu yogurt and ice cream ...

5 Vegan-Friendly Flavors for Kale Chips Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon

Ah, chips. The worldwide king of snack foods.

Unfortunately, traditional fried potato chips are typically loaded with saturated fat and empty calories — which is exactly why the trusty kale chip was born!

Kale chips are an excellent choice for guilt-free snacking, and even better than that, they are incredibly simple to make. Check out our recipe for kale chips. Pro Tip: be sure to remove the stems! Kale stems are very dense and will not cook at the same ...

5 Ways to Use Cauliflower Rice Posted by:Lindsay S. Nixon

Low carb diets have gained a lot of attention over the last several years. With this lifestyle trend, we have seen the internet explode with new ideas for replacing your favorite carbohydrate-heavy meals with low-carb alternatives. Cauliflower, in particular, has recently grown in popularity as a delicious, healthy substitute for things like pizza crust, fried rice, and even breadsticks!

To use cauliflower as a rice substitute, simply use a grater to “rice” a head of cauliflower, or pulse florets in ...


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