Category Archives: Adventures in Flexitarianism

Feh-BREW-ary!!

At the beginning of February, I got this magnificent idea that it should actually be fe-brew-ary. Of course, I thought I should brew some beer which didn’t happen. The other thing I thought I’d try my hand at was some … Continue reading

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Being Healthy

All of the books seem to say the same thing: stock your kitchen such that the healthy food is just as easy to eat as the junk food (but of course, you should get rid of your junk food.) I’ve … Continue reading

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Art of Tea: Celectial Seasonings Green Tea

I love tea. And, I’ve been way into tea lately. I love coffee, too, but it’s become more of a special occasion drink for me. Tea is for every day; it is for all day. So, I was excited when … Continue reading

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Cravings

I have been craving pot pie. It’s a total comfort food. Nothing says home like a snowy day with pot pie, salad and a nice bourbon. (Okay, the bourbon doesn’t say “comfort food” but my Dad and I have been … Continue reading

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Plant Based on a Budget: Week 2

This is the grocery list for week 2: Garlic, Dried Cranberries, 2 Carrots, Cheapest Non-Dairy Milk, 5 Dried Apricots, 1/2 lb Cheapest Pasta, 1/2 lb Black Beans, Cheapest Frozen Berries (I got Blueberries), 12 ct Corn Tortillas, Lemon, Small can … Continue reading

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Plant based on a budget challenge

The past couple of months have been rough, personally, and I’ve been looking for a way back into eating right, being healthy and blogging beyond my glass bowl photos. So, when I saw on facebook that Plant Based on a … Continue reading

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Plant Based on a Budget Challenge

I’m very excited to be doing this Plant Based on a Budget Challenge in the coming weeks. I just looked over the recipes posted by site founder Toni Okamoto for one person and I’ve made my grocery list. (I still … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday: sweet and sour cabbage

This is a recipe from Robin Robertson’s Fresh from the Vegan Slow cooker. I had a whole cabbage from the CSA and I usually make slaw, soup or if I’m feeling really fancy stuffed cabbage. I thought I would try … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday: two-lentil Chili from fresh from the vegan slow cooker

When I got home from this year’s LSA I didn’t really feel like going to the grocery store. Thankfully, I had storage vegetables, dried lentils and tins of veg in my cupboard. I had everything I needed for two-lentil chili … Continue reading

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Review: Engine #2 Diet

Keeping with the theme of this year, I read this book because I knew it was vegan and I thought it would have good recipes. I really enjoyed the recipes and I like all of the stories about people taking … Continue reading

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