This is a great recipe for converting the non tofu consumers.
If your friends or family are hesitant to try tofu or have had a poor experience with it in the
past these cubes will turn them on to liking it… and even asking you for the recipe!
an Indian chickpea dish
Chana masala is my favourite Indian dish. A flavour-filled combination of tomatoes, chickpeas and spices.
Finding a recipe however, that has enough flavour to satisfy me has been a challenge. Until today, when I found a surprisingly spicy recipe in a...March 2016
Your friends won't believe these are healthy!
These treats are a beautiful combination of sweet & salty. And to make this even better... they can be made from start-to-finish in under 1 hour!
Start with making a batch of my Healthy Chocolate. Pour the liquid chocolate in to a squeezeable dispensar...February 2015
This is the most (relatively speaking) step-intensive recipe I have posted to date…. but it is SO GOOD that I just had to share it with you.
The key is prepping the food before you begin cooking. However, I have totally chopped and prepped along the...March 2014
tasty treat with no refined sugar
This is an easy-to-make chocolate.
No refined sugar.
Plenty of delicious!
I created this recipe quite by chance. I had read that coconut butter can be made simply by blending shredded coconut in a high-speed blender. While enjoying my...February 2014
I found this recipe on the site Unconventional Kitchen, by creator Desirée. She has informative videos about healthy foods; such as whole grains, greens and creating a green smoothie, and is in the process of writing a healthy cookbook. She is gluten-intolerant so...July 2013
1 cucumber, peeled (if not organic) and sliced thinly
1 small bunch Arame; the amount via experimentation with your own desires. Break-up with fingers.
*volume increases by ~3x after soaking
1 tsp Celtic sea salt
½ red pepper, diced
2 cups brown rice flour
½ cup tapioca flour
2 tsp baking powder
1½ tsp xanthan or guar gum
½ tsp baking soda
½ tsp sea salt
2 tsp ginger powder
2 tsp cinnamon
½ tsp ground cloves
½ cup melted coconut oil or extra virgin...July 2013
This savoury dish is good warm or room-temperature, making it a great complement to any picnic or potluck!
1 500g bag brown rice noodles
2 Tbsp sesame oil
¼ cup tahini (sesame seed butter)
¼ cup Bragg’s liquid seasoning; a gluten-free, non-GMO,...July 2013
‘A perfect party dish, this dip is zesty, spicy, and a rainbow of colours. You’ll find excuses to
make this flavour-filled bubbling delicacy on normal occasions, too.’ – J.Hever
1 package silken/soft tofu
2 x14oz cans artichoke hearts, packed...July 2013
Dips are a fun way to increase your family’s vegetable intake. Sadly, most store-bought varieties are filled with unhealthy ingredients. The following recipes, however, are so healthy that they will actually add to the nutritional profile of your veggies!...July 2013
Take a sheet of Nori and fold in half on a diagonal and cut with scissors to make 2 rough triangles.
Use any veggies you've got. The more colourful they are the better. Thin slices (approx 2-3 inches long),
julienne or matchstick cut...July 2013