Posts tagged as: gluten-free

Magic Beans! The Perfect [Easy + Healthy] Food For Plant-Based Children (And The Parents Who Love Them)

April 28th, 2015 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

This is a post I’ve resisted writing for ages, because it’s just SO simple and SO easy, that as a blogger I can’t help but feel like I’m “cheating” making a post out of it. This has happened to me before of course, and every time I post one of these simple + easy recipes, [...]

Cookbook Review & Giveaway! Teff Love By Kittee Berns – CLOSED

April 13th, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Reviews

Hello, I cannot believe I made this food at home!! I adore Ethiopian food. Ever since I discovered a little spot in SE Portland called Bete Lukas, I have been in love with this cuisine. There’s just something about it – the strange spongy injera bread, the delightful lack of utensils, and of course, the [...]

Highlights From The 2015 Natural Products Expo West!

March 23rd, 2015 - posted under: Furthermore » Reviews

How many vegans can you fit in a photo booth? (featuring Conscious Chris, The Vegan Zombie, The [other] Vegan Zombie, Michelle from Vegan Break, Jill from Vegan Cuts, Jackie from Vegan Yak Attack, The Sexy Vegan, Kylie from Fellowship Of The Vegetable, and many more!) I did it! I FINALLY made it to Expo West! [...]

Recipe: Creamy Vegan Butternut (Or Any Winter Squash) Alfredo

November 18th, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

Well, it’s official. Even here in the magical weather bubble that is southern California, autumn is upon us. And thus, I am flush with all my autumn favorites! Kale, rainbow chard, parsley and cilantro (those are maybe a “California autumn” thing), carrots, and onions are dominating my weekly CSA box these days. Oh, and squash. [...]

Eco-Friendly Vegan Camping! Part II – A Few Of My Favorite Natural Products

August 13th, 2014 - posted under: The Farm » Family

Our creekside campsite at Sequoia National Park, early morning. Our first official morning of camping, Waits woke up early with the birds. I was still exhausted, but Jeremy was kind enough to get up with the kiddo and begin the breakfasting. Later, he told me that those early mornings, working in the cold and quiet, [...]