In May 2012, my husband and I became vegan in hopes of a healthier lifestyle. Soon after that, we cut out all processed foods. We have seen dramatic changes in our health. Both of us are down to a healthy weight without counting calories or starving. People around us began to see the changes and started to ask questions about our diet or where we found recipes. Before starting this journey, I was not a cook. In fact, I was convinced I would fail at it. Once I started trying, I realized it was easy and it began to save us money. I have two toddlers at home and if I can find the time, anyone can. Once you start eating real food, you will begin to see how much more you can taste/enjoy food that is not bogged down with salt, sugar and other scary additives. The better I feel, the more I want to share it with anyone who will listen!
If you are trying to eat more veggies, you should try this Veggie Loaded Chickpea Stir Fry. It’s super easy and you can really use any veggies you have on hand. Just like vegetable broth, it’s a great way to use up leftover odds and ends in the fridge. The chickpeas add protein to make […]
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I have a new salad recipe for you! Edamame Black Eyed Pea Citrus Salad. Last week my husband and I went to Disney World to celebrate 10 years together. For more vegan ideas at Disney, you can also check out this post. We had dinner at Boma in Animal Kingdom one night. I highly recommend! […]
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My husband is always looking for new things to take to work for breakfast. He needed something new. Lately, he has been taking my banana muffins or pumpkin spice muffins, but this is definitely switching it up a bit. That’s why I made these Healthy Tropical Breakfast Bars for him. They have all the flavors […]
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