Topic: Recipe

Love teriyaki but hate the processed sugar bomb?

OR are you sensitive to soy or gluten?

I got you.

This teriyaki sauce is amazing because it uses PRUNES.

You can also make it soy-free, gluten-free, and paleo by using coconut aminos.

Speaking of which…

TRADER JOE’S NOW SELLS COCONUT AMINOS!

I have no idea how I ended up with a bag of prunes…

And you could probably use raisins or even dates in this recipe..

Soak, blend, add spices if ...

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If you've been reading this blog for awhile (or cooking from my cookbooks!), this probably won't surprise you, but — I love biscuits.

They're great for breakfast, packed into your lunch, on the table with dinner, or slathered with a little jam for a snack. 

American-style biscuits are just so easy and they always add a little something extra to any meal. (The biscuit is also my primary vehicle for getting gravy — which I also LOVE! — into ...

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Happy Friday! I have a surprise for you.... (since It's finally feelin' like Fall!)

Here's a recipe from my upcoming cookbook, Happy Herbivore Light & Lean!

Sip this deliciously easy (and healthy) vegan rendition of cafe shops' Pumpkin Spice Lattes!


Ingredients:

1 c. coffee

1/3 c. unsweetened almond milk (plain or vanilla)

1-2 tbsp. maple syrup

1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice

Directions:

Brew coffee and pour into a mug. Add almond milk. Stir in 1 tbsp maple ...

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I was in Vegas last weekend and treated myself to vegan sorbet at The Venetian. (See my previous Vegas post, A Vegan Taste of Vegas).

I posted a picture of the variety on Facebook and dozens of Herbies left comments asking how they could make sorbet themselves at home and where they might find vegan sorbet. 


Here's the good news: sorbets are nearly always vegan (dairy-free).I've actually neverfound a sorbet that wasn't vegan, but ...

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 I love nachos and I love (love!) salsa. Really, the corn chip is just my vehicle for getting salsa and HH nacho cheese into my mouth. (Who am I trying to kid?) 

What I don't love, however, is that all the corn chips at the store — even the "baked" ones — are loaded with oil. Many more are so salty that after eating a few chips, my lips start to hurt. 

I knew there had to be a ...

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