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It’s hard to argue with a dinner that takes 20 minutes from start to finish. Light and barely requiring any heat application whatsoever, this couscous dish is perfect for summer.
This post is one in a series of posts about my journey to better healthy via eliminating common allergy-causing foods from my diet and slowly reintroducing them to rule out and identify what I can and cannot eat. For a … Continue reading
Allow me to pick up where I left off yesterday which was, I believe, putting my meat and veggies into the crock pot. After completing that task I had about a million random errands to run including finding some gluten- … Continue reading
You might have noticed that I’m on an Asian kick lately. I blame this cookbook: The 30-Minute Vegan’s Taste of the East. If it has sesame, soy sauce, ginger, chili sauce, seaweed… I just can’t get enough of it.
The mission: lunch.
Hey, ya’ll! Happy 4th of July to you, and happy birthday America. Shoot off a firework in honor of your healthy eating and check out my guest post on EverydayGlow.com! xoxo, Sara Where’s the beef? Not here. Go ahead, throw … Continue reading
This is one of the first recipes I made when I decided to dip my toes into veganism. I got the inspiration from a very highly rated recipe on Allrecipes.com and spiced it up a little. I found that the … Continue reading
So, tonight, I had planned this elaborate feast for one (me, because Mark has game night with his friends on Wednesdays). I was going to make broccoli raab and polenta, both things that Mark can’t stomach because of the texture. … Continue reading