All Mexican food is essentially the same four ingredients rearranged and called something different. Quesadilla? Tortilla, cheese, salsa. Tacos? Tortilla, meat, salsa. Tostada? Fried tortilla, meat, salsa. Essentially they are all the same thing. But despite it’s simplicity, one of my favorite Mexican breakfasts is entomatadas.
Transitioning to a vegetarian or vegan diet can be a challenge for some because it requires eating different foods that what they are used to. Many new vegans complain about the lack of flavor in their new healthy food. That’s because their ‘flavor’ that they are used to is loads of oil and fat which healthy plant based food is lacking. My advise to you is to spice things up with spices instead of salt and fat, or specifically with salsa! (more…)
Beginning the journey on a vegetarian or vegan diet can be very challenging for some, especially if they have no idea where to start. In last week’s tofu recipe I mentioned that the number one thing that vegetarians/vegans are always asked is “Where do you […]
As soon as you announce to friends and family that you are now adopting a vegan or vegetarian diet, suddenly everyone is worried about your health and especially your protein intake. Where do you get your protein? Are you getting enough protein? Are you sure […]
When it’s close to siesta time in the afternoon I have to admit I get lazy AF! I can’t be bothered to make some amazing three course meal to tide my hunger pains. The easier, the better!
I’m always super busy in afternoons and have a million and one things to get done so anything that I can do ahead of time to make the day flow a little easier is a MUST in my book. (more…)
Though I love cooking and do it often, EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. actually, there are some days where I just don’t want to cook up a three course meal and would rather order a pizza. I KNOW we have all been there. Even when I’m tired and done for the day, these quinoa stuffed peppers are easy to whip up and don’t require a ton of effort. (more…)