1. Spring Cleaning

    People like “stuff”. We tend to hold onto it year after year. We save and stock up on things that we don’t know what to do with anymore. Maybe we keep things because they hold precious memories of days gone by, or they remind us of our parents, grandparents, past loves or childhood. To part with these precious possessions seems out of the question. There is a saying that goes, “You have to…Read More

  2. Vegetarian Nut Loaf

    In England, the nut loaf and its many variations are a staple meal among vegetarians and vegans. It taste amazing, is filling and even my meat lover friends rave about this! This may be the perfect meatless entree for a special meal, holiday or otherwise – it’s incredibly hearty. I have made this many times and everyone loves it. You can even cut a slice and eat it cold as hand held snack! You…Read More

  3. The Secret To Perfect Cauliflower Pizza Crust

    A grain-free alternative to traditional pizza crust, that you can pick up with your hands! Ingredients: – 4 cups raw cauliflower rice (about one medium head) – 1 egg, beaten – ⅓ cup soft goat cheese (chevre) – 1 teaspoon dried oregano – pinch of salt Instructions: 1. Preheat your oven to 400F. 2. To make the cauliflower rice, pulse batches of raw cauliflower florets in a food processor…Read More

  4. Kale: Eat your greens! It’s what’s good for you.

    This humble plant that children hide on their plates under their potato or feed to the dog is a superhero in disguise. The surprising facts associate with eating kale is per calorie kale has more iron than beef and more calcium than milk. 1 serving provides 5% of your daily fiber, 2gms of protein and is rich in anti oxidants such as Vitamin A and C. It is also gaining favor with understanding the …Read More

  5. Broccoli on the brain

    Broccoli is high in lignans, a phytoestrogen compound that has been shown to benefit cognitive kills (thinking, reasoning, remembering, imagining, and learning words. A 2005 study by researchers at King’s College London (United Kingdom) revealed that broccoli also is high in glucosinolates, a group of compounds that can halt the decline of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, which is necessary …Read More