This delicious elixir combines the health attributes of turmeric, prized for its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, with the immune-boosting and blood sugar-leveling qualities of goji berries. Our Organic Coconut Oil provides healthy fats, while the almond milk is a perfect way to add creaminess while keeping the recipe fully plant-based. Calm and restore yourself with this warm and nutritious drink!
If the deliciously comforting smell wafting from the bubbly cooking pot doesn’t already lure you, the hearty, homey taste of your finished dish absolutely will. Likely, you’re familiar with the joy of split pea soup, but the pleasure of this clean creation is something you don’t want to miss. Humble ingredients like onion, carrots, potato, peas,
What’s Next for Sustainable Agriculture? Beginning in 2003, Dr. Bronner’s committed to sourcing all major raw materials for its products from organic farms. It was apparent to the company’s leadership that industrial agriculture, with its unchecked use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, was doing great harm to our planet: from nitrogen and phosphorus-fueled dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico that are the result of fertilizer runoff,
These macaroons are easy to make and can be made weeks ahead of time and kept in the refrigerator. The cacao nibs give them depth that balances nicely with the richness of the coconut oil. A great dessert for guests who are dairy-free or gluten-free! Here are step by step instructions: Coconut-Cacao Nib Macaroons Makes 1½ dozen macaroons / 9 servings ½ cup raw almonds 8 large Medjool dates,
There’s no denying the delicious allure of stuffing! What’s more, some smart substitutions and tasty superfoods can transform this holiday staple dish into a truly nutritious affair. Using sprouted grain bread offers peak mineral and fiber content; nutty hemp seeds enrich with their high protein; sweet goji berries add antioxidants; and buttery coconut oil provides healthy fats while keeping this recipe fully plant-based.
Imagine: Your favorite bread, toasted to golden perfection, lightly fragrant and still warm as it lands on your plate with a light tap. With one swipe from the jar, your go-to condiment curls up creamily as it gathers on your knife. As you glide this white, velvety spread onto the bread in a generous coat, it begins to coyly melt down into the heated pores on the toast’s surface,
With fall officially here it’s the beginning of soup season! This soup is super-simple to make, creamy and comforting. Don’t be afraid to add other fall vegetables that are sure to show up in your CSA box, such as squashes, parsnips or potatoes. If you want to make the soup milder or have children who don’t like spice,
Taco Tuesdays has become a rock-solid tradition in my family. You can layout a spread of beans, veggies and condiments on the table and let everyone make tacos to their specific liking. It’s an easy dinner to whip up on a weekday night and a certified hit with the kids. Remember to warm up the corn tortillas on a lightly oiled cast-iron skillet (for crispier tortillas) or to steam them on the stove or in the microwave (if you like softer tortillas).
A Review of At The Fork I chose to adopt a vegan diet over 20 years ago, at a time in my life when I was radically reevaluating my patterns of thought and behavior, much of which was unconscious habit inherited from family and culture. I realized then that when I am in a grocery store or eating out,
A great barbeque is more than just things that go between a bun! Take advantage of your fired-up grill to throw on some super-seasonal fruit and vegetable additions, and quickly create a stunning warm salad that may just steal the whole meal. (Outdoor barbeque not in the plan? Just heat up a cast iron grill pan on the stove instead.) A simple trick to making almost any fruit or vegetable become grill-ready in seconds is brushing on a little coconut oil,