Sometimes you need a snack that you can take with you and go. Nothing suits that purpose better than some tasty granola bars. An awesome energy and nutrient-rich snack that you can take with you to work or on the trail. With all manner of nuts and seeds, plus a good helping of chocolate to keep things interesting.
Lots of people think that sushi is all about fish. I wonder sometimes if those people have ever actually been to a sushi restaurant: there’s all kinds of rolls and lots of them are meat-free. But while many of the ingredients in your typical sushi are raw, it’s always got rice in it. And that’s a bit of a bummer.
But sushi is really fun to make, too! And thanks again to the magic shape-shifting powers of zucchini, you can make your own tasty yummy sushi rolls with all the stuff you love and none of it that you don’t.
Instead of soy sauce, this recipe goes with a tasty ginger mango sauce. Mango and ginger! Yum.
It takes a bit of practice to get the rolling action down, but the learning experience itself is fun! Sushi is a great meal to make with friends.
Here’s a salad with summertime in mind. Sweet juicy mandarin oranges, crunchy cashews, creamy avocado and all sorts of delicious and nutritious colorful veggies! Like any good salad, this one’s got all sorts of flavors and textures mixing together into one exquisite whole.
Make sure you slice those Brussels sprouts super thin. A mandolin is a good method if you’ve got one.
For the dressing, adjust it to suit your taste! As many a refrigerator can attest, everyone has their own specific preferences when it comes to dressings. Some like i sweeter, some not so much. So adjust accordingly!
We’ve all heard about how we are what we eat. For those of us that grew up eating a SAD diet (that is, the Standard American Diet), the switch to a more health-conscious and intentional approach to food brings all kinds of benefits. Living healthy can help you to live happy. And not just in the obvious…
This interesting recipe was inspired by an unlikely source: mall food-court style “Chinese” food. It seems weird to think so now, but so many of us grew up loving the sweet taste of that orange sauce. I remember growing up thinking that deep fried chicken balls in orange sauce was a classic of Chinese cuisine.
Now we all know better, and aren’t liable to be found snacking on the fast-food variety of Asian cooking. But there is still something magical about the sweet and savory mix of that orange sauce. With this great guilt-free recipe, you can enjoy that incomparable taste without all the added sugars and other weirdness.