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Recipe: Raw Vegan Energy Balls

Dionne Elizabeth by Dionne Elizabeth | July 23rd, 2013 | 1 Comment
topic: Health & Wellness, Healthy Eating | tags: diet, food, healthy-eating, nutrition, raw vegan energy balls, vegan recipe, vegan recipes

vegan recipe: raw vegan energy balls

Popping in to share a recipe for some healthy, yummy treats. They’re gluten free, dairy free and vegan. It’s so easy to make snacks that don’t include processed and refined ingredients — and it’s much more fun too!

These raw vegan energy balls will give you a wonderful boost of energy and nutrients. Look for raw, organic ingredients, and have fun experimenting to your taste!

“More, Peas!” One Mom’s Delicious Take on Plant-Based Dinners

Sarah Matheny by Sarah Matheny | August 24th, 2011 | 1 Comment
topic: Health & Wellness, Healthy Eating | tags: black bean burgers, children, cooking for kids, dairy free diet, family meals, family-style dining, feeding kids, healthy food, healthy-eating, meatless, meatless lasagna, meatless Mondays, milk free, organic food, organic foods, organic ingredients, Peas and Thank You, plant-based diet, Sarah Methany, sustainable diet, vegan, vegan recipes, vegetarian, vegetarian lasagna, vegetarian recipe

Boy eating vegetablesWhen Sarah Matheny, creator of the popular blog Peas and Thank You, decided to eliminate animal products from her diet, she knew there’d be skeptics. Her grandpa was a butcher and her mom cooked with no fear of butter. But now Sarah is a mom who wants to feed her children right. Her new book, also titled Peas and Thank You, is a collection of recipes and stories from a mainstream family eating a not-so-mainstream diet. It’s filled with healthy and delicious versions of your favorite foods, but with no meat, lots of fresh ingredients and plenty of nutrition for growing Peas. From wholesome breakfasts to mouth-watering desserts, it’s easier than ever to whip up crowd-pleasing meals that will have the whole family asking for “more, peas.” Here are Sarah’s thoughts on dinner, along with a few delicious recipes from the book.

How to Be an Informed Foodie

Jessica Harlan by Jessica Harlan | October 22nd, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Green Living, Health & Wellness, Healthy Eating | tags: 101 Cookbooks, Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, eating in season, eating locally, eating seasonal, Environmental Defense Fund, environmentally-friendly fish, environmentally-friendly seafood, farmed fish, Food and Drug Administration, food blogs, food miles, food recalls, food research websites, food websites, foodie, local farmers, local food, Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch, National Resources Defense Council, pick-your-own farms, product recalls, seasonal foods, Tastespotting, U.S. Recall News, vegan recipes

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