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Mexican-Spiced Black Beans

I love beans! Especially these super easy and versatile Mexican-spiced black beans. But beans get a really bad rap. I have lost count of the number of times I’ve been told “I’d love to eat less meat, but I just can’t eat beans. They make me so bloated!” If that’s something you’ve said in the […]

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Pickled Red Onion Recipe

You know the motto for Franks Red Hot?…”I put that shit on everything!”. Well, the same can be said for these pickled red onions. They are the perfect balance of sweet and sour, and their vibrant color instantly elevates your dish to gourmet status. Raw red onions are intense and pungent and often leave your […]

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5 Commonly Asked Questions About Feeding My Kids a Plant-Based Diet

The fact that our family is plant-based is often met with shock by other parents, especially when it comes to the kids and what they eat. I get asked a lot of questions like…what do I feed my kids, how do I know they are getting enough protein, and do I give them a multi-vitamin. […]

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Food, Life • April 24, 2023 

Top 5 Must-Have Pantry Staples for a Plant-Based Diet

“It’s too much work!” “I didn’t have the time.” “It requires too much planning and preparation!” These are the most common criticisms of plant-based cooking that I hear from people who’ve tried it. I have to admit, I can’t really argue with these points. It does require more planning to eat plant-based, but that’s just […]

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