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How to Make Sauerkraut by Erica

Sauerkraut is one of my favorite fermented foods. The flavor is fairly neutral, so it goes with a lot of meals. My kids love it because it isn’t spicy like other ferments. It’s a great, easy way to get some good probiotics into your day! Making sauerkraut at home can really save some money—a jar […]
Tags: Food, Healthy, Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Erica


7 of the biggest eco-friendly and green living myths

When you decide to go green and adopt a sustainable lifestyle, you might think that some of the biggest steps you can take in the right direction are doing things like buying a hybrid car, dropping meat from your diet or using eco-friendly products. But over the years, we have been inundated with “green” messages that are easily taken for granted, and some of them are filled with misinformation. So to help you go green the right way, here is a list of seven of the biggest sustainable living myt...
Tags: Electric Vehicle, Design, Environment, Features, Green, Plastic, LED lighting, Vegetarian, Green Appliances, Ev, Stockholm Environment Institute, Sustainable Living, Energy Efficient, Eco-friendly Myths, Green Living Myths, Joenomias Silviarita Frank Habel Pexels Jasmine


Cottage Cheese Is the Best No-Cook Breakfast

I love to start my day with curds and whey; they’re filling, neutral enough to pair deliciously with a variety of plant parts, and (most importantly) speedy. A bowl of cottage cheese takes the same amount of time to prepare as a bowl of cereal, but will keep you fuller for much longer. (Also, if you top it with a…Read more...
Tags: Vegetables, Breakfast, Lifehacks, Vegetarian, Cottage Cheese


We tried the new Impossible Burger at CES heres what we thought

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 is in full swing in Las Vegas. While smart home technology, televisions and wearable tech takes center stage, many surprising innovations are grabbing media attention. Take, for instance, the latest iteration of an Inhabitat favorite — the Impossible Burger. We tried the newest recipe from Impossible at this year’s CES; keep reading for our thoughts. Delicious in tacos or served as a classic burger, the Impossible Burger has become a favorite for vegeta...
Tags: Meat, Design, Ces, Innovation, Las Vegas, Carbon Footprint, Vegan, Impossible Foods, Vegetarian, Eat & Drink, Meat Alternatives, Las Vegas While, Mike Minor, Impossible, Impossible-burger, CES 2019


Get cozy this season with these 7 hot vegan drinks for winter

Thoughts of snowy winter days bring to mind a toasty fire, slippers, sweaters, blankets and warm drinks. It makes sense, because they all equate to the perfect combination of coziness. While traditional tea or coffee is a lovely choice, it’s fun to explore new flavors. For those that are vegan by choice or by circumstance, traditional drinks can be limiting. We’ve conjured up a varied blend of hot drink options to fit your vegan lifestyle. Note that most of these options can also be adapted for...
Tags: Coffee, Tea, Cooking, Drinks, Design, London, Winter, Features, Recipe, Recipes, Vegan, Vegetarian, Eat & Drink, Medjool, Cider Apple


Black-Eyed Pea Hummus Will Make Your New Year Better

I have always thought that black-eyed peas were bigger than New Year’s. In fact, until I moved out of Mississippi, I didn’t even know they were a New Year’s “thing.” (My family eats them pretty much all year round, usually as a simple side cooked with a little ham.)Read more...
Tags: Mississippi, Lifehacks, Hummus, Vegan, Vegetarian, Beans, Dips, Black Eyed Peas


Cheddar Cheese Green Olive Nuggets

Cheddar Cheese Green Olive Nuggets: Easy to make Vegetarian appetizer of a cheddar cheese short dough wrapped around large green olives and baked until golden brown. The post Cheddar Cheese Green Olive Nuggets appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Savory, Entertaining, Vegetarian, Appetizer, Easy, Dough, Snack Food, Green Olives, Cheddar Cheese, Quick to Make, Cheddar Cheese Green Olive Nuggets


Away Vegetarian Resort – A Whole New World for Traveling Vegetarians

It wasn’t easy to be a vegetarian when I began traveling the world in 1997. At best it was difficult to find food without meat; at times it was downright impossible. Thankfully, the vegetarian/vegan trend has taken off over the past few years. Rarely do I have problems finding my kind of food these days, regardless of where I travel. Recently, however, I discovered Away Chiang Mai Thapae Resort in Chiang Mai, Thailand, which takes vegetarian travel to a whole new level. Away, which is located ju...
Tags: Travel, Culture, Thailand, Vegetarian, Cultural Travel, Chiang Mai, Asia Travel, Chiang Mai Thailand, Away Chiang Mai, Thapae Resort


7 Tips for Vegetarian and Vegan Travelers

Tasting a new country’s cuisine is one of the greatest parts of the travel experience – for some, it’s even the greatest. While we need to be flexible when it comes to travel and our diets, most vegetarian and vegan travelers would rather not compromise their diets while on the road. Research the region’s cuisine Some destinations are easier than others to navigate through as a vegetarian or vegan. Thailand and Bali are safe-havens for those who don’t eat meat while in South Korea, it’s not cons...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Bali, Thailand, Food & Drink, Green travel, Vegan, Vegetarian, Katz, Food Travel, General Travel Tips, New York Deli, Vegan Travelers


FICO Eataly World in Bologna is a Gastronomic Celebration

Bologna Italy, the center of the country and its capital of gastronomy has a new attraction for foodies, the FICO Eataly World, on 2.5 acres of land.
Tags: Travel, Cooking, Europe, Sustainability, Italy, Bologna, Destinations, Vegetarian, Bologna Italy, Gastronomy


Brown Sugar Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Brown Sugar Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potato wedges roasted to perfection in a brown sugar balsamic glaze and tossed with toasted walnuts and Gorgonzola cheese. The post Brown Sugar Balsamic Roasted Sweet Potatoes appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Savory, Entertaining, Balsamic vinegar, Nuts, Vegetarian, Walnut, Meatless Monday, Brown Sugar, Sweet Potato, Queso, On the Side


Homemade Aussie Bites by Natalie

Have you tried Aussie Bites? They’re like the love child of an oatmeal cookie and a granola bar—packed with oats and seeds and bits of dried fruit. They’re sweet, but not too sweet, and have a delightfully chewy texture. I’m a chewy texture kind of girl. I’m also sort of crunchy, but in a different […]
Tags: Food, Healthy, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Natalie


Vegetarian Spinach Mushroom Quiche

Vegetarian Spinach Mushroom Quiche: Classic rich custardy quiche filled with gruyere cheese, spinach, and sautéed mushrooms. A tasty way to get your veggies in. The post Vegetarian Spinach Mushroom Quiche appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Cheese, Entertaining, Vegetarian, Mushroom, Spinach, Quiche, Queso, Rabbit Food


6 environmental topics to spark discussion at the Thanksgiving dinner table

Nothing sparks political discussion and debate more than a family dinner during the holidays. In this explosive political climate, chances are the conversation will run wild during Thanksgiving even more than it has in the past. To give you some ideas for the upcoming holiday season, here are some environmental topics to help spur your political discussion while you enjoy your turkey dinner. Elections With a major midterm election happening just this month, politics will be a hot topic at T...
Tags: Family, Politics, Design, Thanksgiving, Climate Change, California, Environment, Los Angeles, Communication, Earth, Features, Policy, Current Events, Animal Welfare, Paris, House Of Representatives


Vegetarian Roasted Broccoli Cheddar Quiche

Vegetarian Roasted Broccoli Cheddar Quiche: The classic flavors of broccoli and cheese come together to make this tasty and full of veggies quiche that the whole family will want to eat. The post Vegetarian Roasted Broccoli Cheddar Quiche appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Entertaining, Vegetarian, Quiche, Broccoli, Cheddar Cheese, Queso, Rabbit Food, Vegetarian Roasted Broccoli Cheddar Quiche


Vegetarian Lasagna Stew

Vegetarian Lasagna Stew: Hearty vegetarian stew made with lasagna noodles, mushrooms, zucchini, yellow squash, tomatoes, and mozzarella to help keep you warm on a chilly night. The post Vegetarian Lasagna Stew appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Pasta, Savory, Soup, Entertaining, Lasagna, Vegetarian, Stew, Family Friendly, Easy, Queso, Quick to Make


Impossible Burgers to hit grocery stores in 2019

The Impossible Burger is a plant-based patty that bleeds and sizzles when it cooks, and for the past couple of years, you could only find it in restaurants. Made from the magic ingredient heme, an iron-containing compound that mimics a meaty flavor, this patty has a smaller environmental footprint than its beef counterpart, and it has become extremely popular since its debut in 2016. Starting next year, the beloved Impossible Burger might just find its way onto the shelves of a grocery store ne...
Tags: Food, Design, News, Vegan, Impossible Foods, Vegetarian, Eat & Drink, White Castle, Patrick Brown, Plant-based, Veggie Burger, Impossible Burger, Impossible Burgers, Green Eating, Plant Based Burgers


Marketers, do we really need our veggies to sound like meat?

So, had a really nice lunch with my daughter last week at a place called Yam Chops. Not really a restaurant but a few tables by the window. Good food. And they have an interesting angle. They call themselves North America’s Original Vegan Butcher Shop. What was interesting to me was how I was turned […]
Tags: Entrepreneurship, Uncategorized, Advertising, Marketing, Sales, Success, Seo, Ad, Creativity, Innovation, Advert, Attention, Ads, North America, Persuasion, Promo


Make This Brussels Sprouts Salad for Your Thanksgiving Spread 

Thanksgiving is an onslaught of creamy, buttery starches and root vegetables and, though I wouldn’t have it any other way, it’s nice—heroic even—to provide some sort of fresh respite in the form of a salad.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Thanksgiving, Vegetables, Lifehacks, Sides, Brussels Sprouts, Vegetarian, Salad, Brussels Sprouts Salad, VINAIGRETTE


Make a Stunning Vegetarian Main for Thanksgiving

I am, as you have probably noticed, always concerned about the Thanksgiving plight of the vegetarian, and this concern extends to my vegetarian coworkers. For out little staff Thanksgiving, our (vegetarian) video producer, Adam Powers wanted to bring a meat-free dish, and I wanted to make sure it was as fun and…Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Thanksgiving, Vegetables, Lifehacks, Vegetarian, Adam Powers, Garsquashroom


Make a Truly Impressive Vegetarian Main for Thanksgiving

I am, as you have probably noticed, always concerned about the Thanksgiving plight of the vegetarian, and this concern extends to my vegetarian coworkers. For our little staff Thanksgiving, our (vegetarian) video producer, Adam Powers wanted to bring a meat-free dish, and I wanted to make sure it was as fun and…Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Thanksgiving, Vegetables, Lifehacks, Vegetarian, Adam Powers, Garsquashroom


Brine a Cauliflower Just as You Would a Turkey

Since they do not consume giant, whole birds, vegetarians are often robbed that special, visually arresting main course the meat-eaters enjoy, because meat-eaters can be selfish, especially on a day that revolves around ceremoniously consuming a living dinosaur, then wishing upon one (and only one) of its broken bones.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Thanksgiving, Vegetables, Turkey, Lifehacks, Vegan, Vegetarian, Cauliflower, Brine


Cheesy Hash Brown Topped Vegetarian Shepherds Pie

Cheesy Hash Brown Topped Vegetarian Shepherds Pie: Vegetarian twist on Shepherd's Pie using hash browns instead of mashed potatoes, and an all vegetable filling using mushrooms in place of meat. The post Cheesy Hash Brown Topped Vegetarian Shepherds Pie appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Savory, Entertaining, Vegetarian, Mushroom, Family Friendly, Easy, It's What's For Dinner, Hash Browns, Family Meal, Shepherds Pie


"How about a series on killing vegans, one by one. Ways to trap them? How to interrogate them properly? Expose their hypocrisy? Force-feed them meat?"

For the Annals of The Era of That's Not Funny, that's the joke that required an editor of a food magazine to resign (BoingBoing reports).William Sitwell, editor of UK grocery chain Waitrose's in-house magazine... was responding sarcastically to a pitch from freelance writer Selene Nelson.... He also suggested making them eat steak and drink red wine, with Nelson responding: "I'm certainly interested in exploring why just the mention of veganism seems to make some people so hostile." [Author: nor...
Tags: UK, Law, Waitrose, Nelson, Vegetarian, William Sitwell, Ann Althouse, Era of That's Not Funny, Selene Nelson He


US cities for vegans and vegetarians

The food landscape in the US was not designed for vegetarians and vegans. Meals typically revolve around meat as the main course, with some veggies here and there as sides. While it’s easier to stick to a meat-free diet these days, the availability of good, affordable vegetarian options varies city to city and region to region. To find the best cities for vegetarians and vegans, WalletHub, a credit score and report company, crunched some data and found the top 100 large US cities for those of...
Tags: Travel, Food, Garden, Facebook, Florida, New York, Texas, Maryland, Minneapolis, Washington, Boston, Milwaukee, Disney, US, America, Los Angeles


This Miso-Glazed Hasselback Delicata Squash is A Real Stunner

In my book, no food is truly ugly. The difference between gorgeous, magazine-spread ready food photography and Martha Stewart’s forays into the genre is a food stylist and professional lighting. Still, even I have to admit that some dishes are natural lookers. Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Martha Stewart, Vegetables, Miso, Recipes, Lifehacks, Squash, Vegan, Vegetarian, The Crisper, Gourds, Miso Glazed Hasselback Delicata Squash


Make a Vegetarian-Friendly Caesar Dressing With Blue Cheese

A true Caesar salad dressing gets its rich, salty funk from anchovies, but not everyone eats fish. Shouty purists may insist that those people simply don’t deserve a Caesar salad, but I think that’s a little harsh, especially when you can make a very good vegetarian approximation with blue cheese.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Lifehacks, Vegetarian, Salad, Caesar Salad, Blue Cheese, Caesar, Substitutions, Dressing


Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal by Bridget

If you’re looking for a breakfast idea that’s full of fall flavors and also easy and quick, let me introduce you to Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal. Baked is probably my favorite way to serve oatmeal. It looks more appealing than a bowl of oatmeal (nice if you have some oatmeal-haters at home), almost like a piece […]
Tags: Food, Grains, Breakfast, Pumpkin, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Bridget


Make Chickenless Nuggets With Chickpeas

Chicken nuggets are just plain fun to consume, but some people (mostly vegetarians) miss out on this dippable delicacy because of all the pesky animal protein. These chickenless nuggets—which are made with texturized vegetable protein and chickpeas—are savory and tasty while being completely vegan.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Lifehacks, Vegan, Vegetarian, Chicken Nuggets


Vegetarian Gruyere Aged Smoked Gouda Caramelized Onion Quiche

Vegetarian Gruyere Aged Smoked Gouda Caramelized Onion Quiche: Classic rich custardy quiche filled with aged smoked gouda, gruyere cheese, and caramelized onions. Not your average cheese quiche. The post Vegetarian Gruyere Aged Smoked Gouda Caramelized Onion Quiche appeared first on Sweet ReciPEAs.
Tags: Food, Savory, Entertaining, Vegetarian, Breakfast Treat, Gruyere, Easy, Quiche, Queso, Aged Smoked Gouda