Posts tagged as: gluten-free

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, [...]

Recipe: Gluten-Free Vegan Strawberry Shortcake To Welcome Summer!

June 3rd, 2014 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

This, my friends, is summer on a platter. So you’ve probably noticed that I don’t post many recipes ’round these parts. And there’s a very good reason for that: I only want to post the really, really good ones. Which seems to be working out nicely, since the last recipe I posted – my Creamy [...]

What We Ate Wednesday: THANKSGIVING!

December 4th, 2013 - posted under: The Food » Food Styles

This year, as with every other year, our “Thanksgiving turkey” was alive and roaming free at a Farm Animal Sanctuary. For Thanksgiving 2013 we sponsored Martha – because really, just look at her! Hello hello everyone! I hope that all of you out there in the Internets had a fantastic and delicious T-day celebration! Last [...]

Pudla Redux: Sweet-Style!

July 2nd, 2013 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

This pudla is perfectly patriotic for the festivities on the 4th. So a few months back I wrote about my love affair with pudla, that savory amazing high-protein gluten-free soy-free chickpea pancake that’s become the superstar of my breakfast repertoire. I love my pudla stuffed with veggies like mushrooms and spinach and onions, then topped [...]

Product Review: Coconut Secret

August 18th, 2011 - posted under: Furthermore » Reviews

I think it’s been fairly well-established that I heart coconut, and it seems like many of you do too. And I think most people, whether they’re health nuts or not, foodies or veg*ns or straight-up SAD-eating omnivores, are familiar with coconut in its more traditional forms. That would be the oil, dried/shredded flesh, and milk. [...]