I have long been a fan of Mark Reinfeld's work. I love his recipes, and his approach to cooking which encourages creativity and empowerment in the kitchen. So it was with great anticipation that I received his latest book, Healing the Vegan Way: Plant-based eating for optimal health & wellness.
I had to smile when I saw the title of this cookbook, Vegans Go Nuts, by Celine Steen and Joni Marie Newman. You know, a lot of people would say vegans are nuts, period (I can say that as a long-time vegan). :-) Seriously though, this is a fun cookbook from the title to the [...]
I don't think there's anything that makes a dish prettier than curly vegetables in the form of noodles, zoodles, ribbons or spirals! They are a great way to add height and color to a dish, not to mention the fact that they make a lot of vegetables that you might not otherwise consider eating raw [...]
More people than ever are realizing the benefits of going vegan, and this month Vegan Lifestyle Magazine is challenging vegans everywhere to help share the love.
I have been using almond flour for a couple of years - I love its flavor, texture, and the fact that it adds a nutrition boost to whatever you add it to. However, I have to say, I have learned a thing or two about almond flour from Beverly Lynn Bennett's new book, named for [...]
When I received word that Dining at the Ravens was on its way to the publisher, and learned more about the Stanford Inn by the Sea, and what Jeff and Joan Stanford have been cultivating there for more than 35 years, I had one of those vegan moments - you know those moments where you see clearly that veganism really is becoming mainstream, and you feel all warm and tingly and good?
When I first saw Deb Ozarko's new book, Unplug: 26 People Share How They Recharge and Reconnect to Passion, Presence, and Purpose, I was impressed. What a cool idea for a book, I thought. In this world where there is so much to feel worried, even desperate, about, we could all use some inspiration to live our best lives and find our inspiration. But I wasn't prepared for what I found when I opened that book up and started to read.