Quinoa – Are We Bad for Loving It?

Quinoa Farmers

Quinoa is Highly Nutritious and Delicious and We Love It, But Should We Eat It? I, along with hundreds of thousands of other discerning souls, discovered quinoa several years ago, and it was love at first bite. Quinoa is a non-grain, gluten free, high fiber, high protein, alkaline, high in healthy fat. Quinoa seemed like […]

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Nut Butter – A True Kitchen Chameleon

Robin Robertson

How to Cook with Nut Butters, nut butter recipe for Asian Spring Rolls & Peanut Dipping Sauce Guest post by Robin Robertson, author of the Nut Butter Universe vegan cookbook. Nut butters can be true kitchen chameleons. They can be incorporated into a zesty salad dressing, a stack of fluffy pancakes, a creamy pasta sauce, […]

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Fun, Healthy Kid Snacks

Kids Snacks

Healthy snack foods, tasty alternatives to sugary, processed snacks When you’re a kid the time between lunch and dinner can seem endless. Kids want something yummy to tide them over between meals. But parents want kids to eat healthy nutritious snacks that won’t leave them too full for dinner. Three Keys to Fun Healthy Kid […]

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How to Eat A Good Veg or Vegan Breakfast

Breakfast Rush

Mom Was Right – A Healthy High Protein Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day Excerpt from our popular eBook, Get Enough Protein in Your Veg Diet. Skipping breakfast is a popular sport! It’s hard to know exactly how many kids go to school without breakfast in the morning, or adults rush off […]

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Savvy Veg Adventures in Gluten Free Baking

Hold The Gluten

Gluten free cooking is easy, gluten free baking is another story altogether! It has been a year and four months since my husband and I went gluten free, and I went gluten free vegan. From my experiences, vegan gluten free cooking is easy – if you only eat rice or quinoa, and never eat anything […]

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Is Soy Bad for Low Thyroid & Belly Fat?

Belly Fat

Connecting Beans & Gas, Low Thyroid & Soy Protein, Lose Weight, Belly Fat I love beans, but I hate the gas as does my household. I am cooking beans as I read your beans without gas report and found it extremely interesting. I will add some herbs to my beans as they cook and see […]

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Get Enough Protein in Your Veg Diet

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Free Protein Teleclass with Savvy Vegetarian This Tuesday evening, I’ll be giving a free talk through Global Teleclass. My free teleclass, How to Get Enough Protein in Your Vegetarian or Vegan Diet, takes place on Tuesday Nov 27th at 8:00 P.M. EST. Please join me! The protein teleclass is based on my new protein ebook. […]

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10 Home Remedies for Indigestion

Belly Gas & Bloating

Simple Causes of Indigestion, 10 Easy Steps to Digestive Wellness Please advise re gas/bloating when eating raw & cooked veggies. I do eat clean, fresh foods. Lot’s of vegetables (juicing, raw, cooked) and fruits. Also meat, fish, dairy, nuts, complex carbohydrates. Every time I eat I have a big belly and later on bloating. My […]

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Home Cooked Healthy Fast Food

Superwoman

5 Ways to Make Healthy Convenience Food at Home I haven’t had much time to cook since I left home. First in college, taking a full class load and working 30 hours a week to pay the bills, I struggled to keep myself fed. At that time, campus food wouldn’t keep a vegetarian alive, so […]

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Home Cooking: Healthier, Quicker, Cheaper

Home Cooking

Get a Healthier Veggie Life with Cheap Quick Easy Home Cooked Meals The phrase: “I don’t cook” should not be in the veg vocabulary. That’s true even if you’re a die-hard steak for breakfast eater! Convenience food is hard on your health and your wallet. Eating a lot of fast food is slow suicide, even […]

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