What better way to celebrate a sunshiny day than a fruit smoothie! Especially if, like me, you bought a giant watermelon that wasn’t quite ripe! 🤪 Not wanting to waste the watermelon (tho I fed a fair amount to the horses- they were happy), I decided to throw a bunch of fruits on hand intoContinue reading “Dreamy Pink Fruit Smoothie 🌸”
Whether you’re allergic to dairy, want to ease the suffering of the beautiful cow, or just like milk alternatives, here’s a tasty recipe. We LOVE traditional chai tea made at our fave restaurant but it’s taken many long months to figure out how to make it at home. Finally, mission accomplished! To make it veganContinue reading “Tasty Vegan Homemade Chai Recipe”
The dense fog/wildfire smoke of this last week has left me feeling nauseous, watery eyed, and bleh. I was thinking this morning how inviting a nice tasting broth sounded. One of my fave soups is mung bean but that sounded too heavy. I wondered how a mung bean broth would taste and what the benefitsContinue reading “Mung Bean Broth for Healing, and Dr. Miriam Lee”
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A fantastically tasty twist on pizza!
Easy-to-make winter food for your bird friends!
A tasty, nutritious dessert loaf – perfect with a cup of tea! 🙂
Easy, tasty, nutritious and colorful vegan salad!
This is a tried and true, yummilicious recipe our family loves. It’s nearly vegan except the eggs. I’d like to take it fully vegan but haven’t figured out what egg replacer to use that would create the same fluffy, pillow texture. I welcome your comments if you do! As with all recipes I use organicContinue reading “Our Favorite Pumpkin Cookies”
I have loved mung (moong) bean soup ever since our dear Filipino friends first introduced it to our family. The ingredients are simple, it’s easy to make, and super good for the body. Mung (also spelled moong) beans have been utilized in Traditional Asian medicine diets for cleansing the blood and stomach, cooling the internalContinue reading “Yummy Mung Bean Soup”