Whether you are looking for some great recipes or the latest health related science, check out our "10 wellness books worth reading" blog post.
You can eat this chickpea salad for lunch, dinner or as a snack. You can eat it over mixed greens but you can also enjoy it as is. A cup of cooked rice or quinoa stirred in is also fabulous. And if you are in a bind, this is quick and easy to make and a great crowd pleaser for a potluck. Enjoy!
The dressing for this caesar salad is different from the cashew caesar salad dressing that I normally make. This dressing is based on hemp seeds (or you can use flax seeds) vs. the cashews.
Something different to make sure you get all your servings of vegetables. This cauliflower fried rice is a great alternative if you are used to serving rice.
Healthy chickpeas are added to slowly-cooked onions, tomatoes and freshly-ground spices to make this Chana Masala. Finished with lemon, coconut milk and cilantro, this tangy and pleasantly-spicy curry dish makes a perfect side or main course.
If you are familiar with making a Tofu Scramble, this Spinach Mushroom Quiche will take that recipe to the next level. The shredded sweet potato crust is light and delicious. It is perfect for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. Quiche can be served hot or cold.
This nutrient-dense kale & avocado salad is a great way to showcase kale, or any dark greens for that matter.