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So, Lets talk B12…

So, let’s talk B12…
I always say that there isn’t anything we need that we can’t get from plants… and that’s not entirely true. Vitamin B12 is a big deal in the vegan community. Not only because of the serious risks that come with being deficient, but the only reliable source of it is foods or drinks that are fortified with the vitamin, supplements, or animal products. That’s right, either supplement or eat animals, right? That’s proof that being vegan isn’t sustainable or natural! Well, not exactly…..

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The BEST Tofu Noodle Soup

I’ve been sick, so naturally I needed some tofu noodle soup to soothe my throat (and soul). So, of course I needed to share my amazing recipe with you too! Well… here I am and here you go!

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Navy Bean Verde Soup

 

This Navy Bean Verde Soup is so filling and delightful, with just enough kick (you can always add extra verde/seasonings if you’d like a harder kick!) to satisfy those Mexican food cravings! This is the perfect soup if you’ve got a cold, but still yearning for some Mexican flavor! The spice will aid in opening up those nasal passages, while the warm, thick soup will feel like heaven on a sore throat.

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Vegan “Scallop” Alfredo Recipe

The inspiration for this Vegan “Scallop” Alfredo recipe if from the first time I ever tried scallops several years ago, at Olive Garden. My usual was the Shrimp Alfredo, but my husband had convinced me add the scallops this time. I must have been feeling adventurous, because I am someone who always orders what she knows she likes every. single. time.

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The BEST Roasted Brussels Sprouts

So, I wont bore you with a story about how amazing my roasted brussels sprouts are this time (they are the BEST though😉), but did you know it was brusselS sprouts? Like brussel, but with an S at the end? Isnt that weird? Anyone else? No? Okay. Moving on… Continue reading

Vegan Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Icing

Cake is where it all started for me. I learned to bake before I learned anything else in the cooking world. It’s where my love for the kitchen began and it still is my favorite today. Partly because I am a sweet-loving gal, but also because it’s so much more of a reward when something you bake comes out scrumptious! So heres a recipe for a Vegan Red Velvet Cake and Cream Cheese Icing…

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Hearty Vegetable Soup recipe

Vegetable Soup is an easy and delicious way to get your vegetable intake and this Hearty Vegetable Soup recipe is no exception! There are so many benefits of a good vegetable-filled soup that I’d be here all day if I tried to cover it all! It’s just so hearty, comforting, and flavorful! I have tweaked this Hearty Vegetable Soup recipe to perfection and you’ll, no doubt, believe me when you get a taste of your own!
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Long Lasting Teething Cookies

The thing I hate about the “teething rusks” that you buy at the store are how quickly they fall apart. I mean, I understand why… nobody wants their baby chocking, but they don’t really do much for teething. A good, hard but also chewy, bar is exactly what a baby needs when they are cutting teeth. These Long Lasting Teething Cookies will feel so good on their gnawing gums, keep them busy, and they love the taste!

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3 Quick and Easy Vegan Breakfast Recipes

I am often asked about vegan meal ideas, but most commonly I am asked about Quick and Easy Vegan Breakfast foods in particular. These days, people are going, going, going. So many people don’t even eat breakfast because they “don’t have time”. Well, here I am, once again, to save the day!
I came up with 3 Easy Vegan Breakfast meals that can be put together quickly and even taken on the go, if needed.

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Lentil Shepherds Pie

Lentil Shepherds Pie. Lentils were something I had not even heard of (along with the term “legume”) years ago, but now they are a staple is our pantry because, not only are they a nutritious super food, cheap and delicious, they are so easy to cook and don’t require the preparation and soaking like beans. Lentils are high in fiber, protein, and iron and are great for battling some of America’s biggest health epidemics, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, IBS, and even fatigue.

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