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Vitamin C? Which Fruits Have The Highest Amount?


Vitamin C is often the first thing we think of during the cold season. But does it really help with colds and flu? Not really. According to the experts, it actually may help shorten the time you are under the weather. It certainly won’t help you avoid catching a cold. But still, Vitamin C is important because... Read More

Spicy Maple Acorn Squash Made Easy In The Oven


Spicy maple acorn squash is a mouthful. A hot peppery one at that! At first, acorn squash looks hard and uninteresting but just you wait! Before I became a plant-based advocate, I used to walk past the squash section at the market. Acorn squash never got my attention. It just looked like large oddly shaped dark green... Read More

Oven Roasted Tomatoes and Peppers Make The Best Side Dish


Oven roasted tomatoes and peppers are what I mean when I say plant-powered punch. A true burst of color and antioxidants. This dish is proof that the side dish can be the star. Looking to impress your friends? This colorful dish always looks like it took more time to prepare than it really did. Did you know... Read More

How to Make Toasted Oats In The Oven in 20 Minutes


Toasted oats are easy to make and you will be surprised at how many ways you can use them. Another example of plant-based power in your hand. They are perfect when you want to add a little crunch to your yogurt. They are really great when you want to add more texture to your oatmeal cookies. Lately,... Read More

Galentine’s Day Bellinis That Say I Love You


Galentine’s Day is Tuesday, February 13th. The holiday is all about girl power. It’s a day to let your girls know how much you love them. So shout out to your homegirls, your crew and the ride or die women in your life. This special day may have started off as a sit-com joke but now it’s... Read More

5 Black Owned Businesses For Us To Love In 2024


Black owned businesses always get a spotlight during Black History Month. The reality is that these businesses deserve love all year long. So many operate with fewer than ten employees. They are the very definition of small business. As daunting as it might be, an estimated 161,031 Black or African American-owned businesses were in operation in 2022,... Read More

Spaghetti Squash: How to Cook It Correctly


Spaghetti Squash is not spaghetti. Let’s just get that out in the open right now. It’s not the cousin of linguine. Nor fettuccini’s sister. This squash gets it’s name from the fact that it looks stringy. Okay well, you have to cook it first. Once it’s done, you can use a fork to scrape it so that... Read More

Easy Kohlrabi with Apple and Kale Salad


I fell in love. There it was, inside of one of my weekly CSA pick ups. The kohlrabi was green and oddly shaped. I was intrigued. I have shared in the past that a Community Supported Agriculture program is a great way to discover new fruits, grains and vegetables. It can really expand your plant-based vocabulary. Each... Read More