Tag Archives: plant based

Roasted Spiced Cauliflower + Health Benefits of Sulforaphane

My go-to dish will probably always be some sort of roasted veggie. It’s simple, filling and nutritious- a no brainer. I am a huge fan of crucifers and love my broccoli, cabbage, arugula and in this case cauliflower. Rich in fiber, crucifers are unique superfoods because they are high in glucosinolates, a sulfur-rich compound. All […]

Baked Crispy Sweet Potatoes

When I get a craving for fries I run to the market and grab a bunch of sweet potatoes or yams, come home and satisfy my desire for that sweet n’ salty crunch! Loaded with fiber, beta-carotene and potassium they are one of nature’s superfoods in my opinion. I’m sure you can get them just […]

Magical Mung Bean Salad

A relative of the pea and lentil family, mung beans are magical because they are nutrient powerhouses! Rich in fiber, protein, potassium, iron, zinc, folate and B vitamins they have been a staple in the cooking traditions of Ayurveda for many..many years. I love bean dishes because they make for a simple, nutritious and cost-effective […]

Homemade v Commercial Nut Milks+Rosewater-Infused Almond Milk Recipe

With plant-based consumption on the rise more and more consumers are replacing animal products like cow’s milk with dairy-free options. Ditching a burger for quinoa may be a challenge for some. However, substituting cow’s milk with almond milk may not feel like such a sacrifice. Dairy-free options are so mainstream that many coffee shops now […]

Smashed Avocado Olive Spread

One of my favorite foods on the planet is the creamy and luscious avocado. While it is an excellent source of monounsaturated fat, folate, potassium and vitamin E, it is actually a single-seeded berry. Who knew?! In addition to being a tasty superfood, I love how versatile it is. You can eat it alone or […]