I enjoy eating french fries. But most people know that those salty, fried, greasy potato snacks are not good for you. I first got the idea to make root chips when I went to Kraze Burger with a colleague during lunch. She ordered asparagus fries and I was blown away that those were even a … More Going Back to My Roots! With Root Chips
Ever heard the phrase “It’s easier said than done.” There is definitely some truth to this phrase, but I believe that if you set your mind to it you can accomplish anything. It’s just a matter of finding the motivation and creating the right goals. What motivates me might not motivate everyone else. So before reading any … More Motivation-Station! “Whether You Think You Can, or Think You Can’t, You’re Right.”
Confession time. I am a dessert lover! I’m not sure if they have AA for dessert lovers, but if I could I would eat dessert for every meal. And I’m not talking candy or Oreos. I mean apple pie, fruit tarts, tiramisu, gelato, and these vegan / raw / sugar free ice cream bars. Some … More Life Changing Raw / Vegan / Sugar Free Ice Cream Bars
Here is a simple four ingredient recipe for vegan almond cheese. I made this recipe two ways: soft / creamy and firm / crumbly. Both were delicious. Next time I’ll add a bit more salt, garlic, and some spices to try different more flavorful versions. Kite Hill is a great almond cheese brand that I found … More Basic Vegan Almond Cheese
I recently watched CowSpiracy: The Sustainability Secret on Netflix and was blown away by the information, statistics and images displayed in this 90 minute documentary about the global agriculture business. The movie is well-researched, shocking, terrifying, and convincing. I immediately switched to a primarily vegan diet (I drink lactose free milk with my coffee or … More #MeatlessMonday, Why I Started This Vegan Diet Trend and Why You Should Join the Movement Too
10 FOODS FOR HEALTHY GLOWING SKIN WATER It’s not a food but it’s key to great looking skin! Watermelon is a great source of hydration, hence the name, and is a multivitamin cocktail of Vitamin A, B6, and C. DARK LEAFY GREENS (spinach, kale, broccoli, asparagus, arugula) These are full of folate and thiamine, which … More Eat Your Way to Glowing Skin
Face mapping can be a key to mysterious problems behind your skin. Your skin can tell you a lot about internal body issues that could be occurring without your awareness such as infection, digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, or stress related problems. Face mapping is a popular Chinese medicine that focuses on the different areas of … More Face mapping. What Your Skin is Telling You!
My short time in the twenty-year-olds club can only be described by one word: self-discovery. I found the adjustment from 20 years of routine to a life met of uncertainty and external pressure to be difficult to say the least. Going to school each September, knowing my schedule each day, and being told exactly what … More Why your 20’s matter
Who doesn’t like pizza? I am personally a lover of all types of pizza. I have great memories of when I was younger going to Potomac Pizza with the swim team and ordering 12 different pies to feed the masses. Maybe the love for pizza is an inherited trait! For as long as I can … More Fully Loaded Weeknight Pizza
Hello! I am excited to write my first post for this blog. This blog is something I have been wanting to do, and my friends have been telling me to do, for a long time. What has inspired me most to begin this journey now is my desire to share recipes, beautiful pictures of food, … More Food for Thought my new blog!