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Easy Rice Bowl: Made With Spicy Tofu and Mango


Rice bowl, grain bowl, pasta bowl. You get the idea. Whenever I start planning a “bowl”, I have to decide what the foundation will be. I opened the fridge today and saw a huge pot of brown rice. I knew there was a rice bowl in my future. The Rice Bowl Supports a Plant-Based Lifestyle I grew... Read More

Four Plant-Based and Vegan Restaurants to Know in Brooklyn


Four plant-based and vegan restaurants to know in Brooklyn? Just four? Of course there so many to choose from. I’m outside but not really. It’s true. I am slowly making my way around NYC and feeling good about what I’m discovering. Save this post and share it with friends who might be visiting NYC. Go Plant-Based and... Read More

My Trader Joe’s Experience Was Uniquely Fun and Scary


Trader Joe’s is not for the faint of heart. The 59th street location here in NYC was the Game of Thrones. It was crazy! There were hundreds of people racing around with and without shopping carts. I felt like I was on an Indy 500 race track except I was the only one not in a race... Read More

Mini Peach Cobblers Make The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift


Mini peach cobblers are the perfect way to wrap up your Mother’s Day meal. They feel more personal to me. A full cobbler can be intimidating. What’s really cool about the mini versions is that they are perfect ‘to go” desserts. I also like the fact you can make a variety of cobblers like peach, apple and... Read More

Chocolate Hummus Cookies Made Easy and Dairy Free


Chocolate hummus? I know, I couldn’t believe it either. Straight out the gate, I wanted to know if chocolate hummus would taste funny. Traditional hummus is made with chickpeas, tahini (sesame), olive oil and lemon juice. None of those sound like a good idea for a chocolate hummus. So imagine my surprise when I dipped my spoon... Read More

Protein: The Helpful Guide to What We Really Need


Protein is the first thing that I thought about when I started leaning away from animal products. I didn’t even really know what protein was. But, I became very concerned about getting it. Then I became concerned about getting enough.  The truth is, I grew up with one understanding of protein. I understood that it came from... Read More

Flatbread Pizza Recipe Made with Tomato Onions and Love


Flatbread pizza has been around for centuries. But it’s only been in my house for the past five years. Why? well, the answer is simple. I’m a Bronx girl and for me, pizza always starts out as a circle and then it becomes a triangle. Are you wondering if I had ever eaten flatbread pizza in a... Read More

Cauliflower “Mac” and Cheese Makes The Best Comfort Food


Cauliflower “mac” and cheese is a bit of a mind twist. As a plant-based advocate, I know that cauliflower is one of the good veggies. One cup is only about 25 calories and is fat and cholesterol free. You can get almost 100% of the daily recommended amount of Vitamin C from just one serving. And did... Read More

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