This year, our pear tree provided an abundant harvest! These pears are completely organic, we never sprayed the tree, and some are ugly but taste fantastic. I am using them all in recipes and eating them just as they are. These Baked Pears are a great accompaniment to your morning yogurt or after dinner for ∞
Nutritious and delicious dairy-free sour cream alternative
This year, I have organic beets growing in my garden. They are still far too small to pick, but the next best thing is buying organic beets at my local and favorite outdoor garden market. The health benefits are numerous: Beetroot Nutrition Facts. In addition, you can still enjoy them in the summer without feeling ∞
I tried all of the vegan mayo alternatives in the stores, but none came close to my own homemade. All it takes is a bullet-style blender and a bit of time, and the end product is delicious, nutritious, and tastes better any mayonnaise out there. This recipe is vegan but everyone who tried it doesn’t ∞
The springtime color palette is evident in the preparations of this delicious, nutritious salad. We only have a few more weeks until the many signs of spring take over and push the winter away. Let’s start getting out those pastels and brighten up the rest of winter!
Dairy allergies make cheese eating quite impossible. Once you realize that you feel better without dairy, the first thing to go is restaurant food, and the next is cheese. I now have complete admiration for all of the vegan alternative cheese products out there, but many add weird ingredients and some aren’t even close ∞
The best way to use up all those Zucchini from your garden is transform them! I have many favorite ways to cook zucchini, and most are vegan. One of my archived vegan recipes also was a hit, and not only uses zucchini, but also the eggplants that ripen at the same time: Eggplant & Zucchini Caponata ∞