3 ingredients. 30 minutes. No oink. Let’s get it. These baked shiitake mushroom slices are reminiscent of the thin, crispy, bacon my Dad made as a kid. Each slice is subtly chewy, golden brown, and laden with salty juices. Use mushroom bacon like you would nutritional yeast – on top of everything. Perfect on top […]Read more "Crispy Mushroom Bacon"
Introducing: the french press latte. The perfect way to get your latte fix without an espresso maker. This coffee is: creamy, frothy, lightly sweetened, and easy/inexpensive to make. The coolest part? When quality coffee is blended with fats, such as coconut oil, our brains can make better use of the caffeine, leading to a longer, […]Read more "French Press Latté"
I didn’t name it that to get attention you guys, this smoothie is seriously super, not to mention my breakfast of choice for the last 6 months, which is saying a lot for a guy who eats a different lunch and dinner practically every day. Why this smoothie? What’s so special about it? Let’s be real, it’s […]Read more "Super Smoothie (Mostly Raw + Sugar Free)"
Oats. They’re the centerpiece of many a vegan food blog. To be honest, I haven’t caught the wave of hype yet. Two hours after engulfing a bowl of oats leaves me feeling like a blob of setting cement, AND they don’t deliver much in the department of texture or flavor (yeah, maple/brown sugar is cool, but […]Read more "Chai Toasted Oats (Gluten-Free & Stomach Friendly)"
Tofu scramble is the creme de la creme of vegan cuisine: it’s tasty, hearty, and a protein-packed way to start the day (sorry not sorry for using lame, infomercial style catch phrases). Unfortunately, tofu scramble, like many tofu based dishes, often lacks umph – being subjugated to bland, textureless mush. Which is a darn shame, because I’m […]Read more "Saucy Tofu Scramble"