Think of kelp as the dark, leafy greens of the sea!
Favorite thing about the warmer weather? Probably the weekend trips to my local farmers’ market. There’s something about outdoor grocery shopping and an abundance of produce that adds freshness to my life.
Scott Schroeder, Executive Chef and Partner of Philadelphia’s Hungry Pigeon, shares a super quick, easy and delicious vegan taco recipe for this weekend…and pretty much every weekend after.
Just like an illness in our organs is likely to make itself known via skin, specific cravings can often mean we’re low on a certain nutrient or that one of our body’s systems needs our attention.
Moon Juice founder Amanda Chantal Bacon chats with us about her latest creation and shares three exclusive recipes to kickstart your day.
“We made this cookbook so that people could experience plant-based food the way it should be: big, bold, flavourful, noteworthy, celebration-worthy and myth-dispelling.”
When it comes to wellness essentials, fermented cabbage may not be at the top of your grocery list. Whyever not?
These 4 ingredients are still flying under the radar, so you may not even realize you can find them in skincare. But take note and give them a try; not only are they all 100% vegan, but they also pack a mighty punch when it comes to potency and effectiveness.
Take a look at any “healthiest foods” list, and chances are high that certain seafood will be somewhere near the top. Not only are creatures of the deep (and not so deep) excellent sources of much of what you need for a healthy, balanced diet, they also crush it as far as skincare is concerned. Healthy fats your skin needs to stay plump? Fish. Inflammation-fighting antioxidants? Algae. Naturally-occurring moisturizers? Seaweed. Anti-aging and bone-health fortifying collagen? You guessed it: marine life.
Marketed as a superfood, raw cacao butter (and its processed cousin, cocoa butter) is another plant-based fat we should be keeping on our radar.
Our relationship with food is often quite complicated, considering the constant messages we receive about the way we “should” eat and look, trendy diets and so-called bad foods. Consider these 5 tips to help you create joyful eating experiences and reboot your relationship with food.