Author: Ellen

Baba Ganoush

Baba Ganoush is one of those foods I always remember growing up with, but turning my nose up at as a kid.  Funny name + eggplant?! No...

Edamame Caviar

It’s all about dips and bites this week in preparation for the Super Bowl on Sunday!  Did you know Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest...

Roasted Peanut Tempeh

Stop what you’re doing.  Oh wait, you’re reading my blog.  Ok, carry on, because you MUST MAKE THIS RECIPE STAT! Seriously, for it’s optimal version...

Sugar Cleanse Part IV

I’ve become so used to not having sugar, I feel like it’s just become natural at this point! This week, I started planning recipes and menus...

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Veggie Korma

Another meal inspired by my time in Montreal last fall- Veggie Korma has now become one of my favorite comforting meals.  It’s rich, creamy, full...

Vegetable Confetti Cous Cous

Enjoy this chewy bite sized pasta made incredibly creamy by the  Cauliflower Mousse, and topped off with crunchy, garlic and herb vegetables. The hint of curry...

Sugar Cleanse Part III

If I lived in Montreal, where both of the above cookies are from, I would never be able to do a sugar cleanse.  Both cookies...

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Harvest Kale Salad

I know what you’re thinking, another kale salad, how good could it be?  Your right, it’s not as easy to get excited about kale as...

Cauliflower Mousse

At the beginning of December, my cousin Dustin came to visit from San Diego.  Dustin is the executive chef at Catania, an Italian restaurant in...

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Sugar Cleanse Part II

Week one of my sugar cleanse is DONE for my Be Healthy project in working towards my 500-hour Yoga Teacher Certification.  To be honest, it...

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