Happy Herbivore Blog

Today's inspirational interviewee came by popular request. As a raw food chef who beat colon cancer, Chef Aj is sure to inspire us all to eat a bit healthier than we already do!

HH: First, the million dollar question. How long have you been vegan and what made you go vegan?

In September it will be 33 years. I would have done it sooner but my mom wouldn't let me go vegan until I left home. It started ...

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In Episode 5 of "Healthy Options with the Happy Herbivore" Lindsay show's her #1 secret for getting kids to eat their veggies! These rich, chocolate and moist muffins are so healthy -- but good for you! You'll never be able to tell they also have a full serving of veggies! Shredded zucchini really is the "secret" ingredient!

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From the moment the temperatures heat up, my desire to cook and create recipes falls to the wayside. This appears to be especially true this summer since our tiny New York City apartment feels hot as hell, even with a window air conditioning unit.

My normal "it's too hot to cook" stand-by recipes like tofu scramble with garden vegetables, hawaiian bbq teriyaki chickpeas, salsa chickpea lettuce wraps and portobello steaks have also become undesirable since they involve using the ...

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Her twitter handle is @coughing_colors. She has a rad tattoo on her chest that you just can't help but stare at. She's beautiful, witty, warm and one of the most captivating people I've ever met...

I've been social with Megan for a while now and shortly after I started my "inspirational interviews" column she offered to share her story in how veganism saved her life. She warned me, though, that unlike previous interviewees it wasn't ...

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My zucchini plants are quite bountiful. After one very large zucchini I harvested three more a week later... all of which were size of my forearm. Then two days later, I had another one ready for harvest! 

My thoughts immediately shifted to a zucchini bread I made some years ago (when Happy Herbivore was still in its infancy). The recipe and picture are a hot mess, let me tell you. Oh, how far I've come.

Still, the recipe ...

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