Bagged Coleslaw becomes easy Homestyle Indian Cabbage

Make Dinner Quick with a Processed Plant-Based Hero When I hit my plant-based wall, (you can read about that here), I HAD to learn some ways to cut time and energy from eating this plant-based thing.  (see ‘Three ways to beat burnout’). I realized the grocery store is...

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Three Ways to overcome Plant-based Burnout

Overcoming Plant-Based Overwhelm In my last post I told you about the day I hit my Plant-Based Wall, a moment of overwhelm that was cured with a night out of the kitchen and a new plan. After that turning point, three things have helped me stick to a...

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Hitting the Plant-Based Wall

Beginner’s Enthusiasm When I first studied the science  and decided to change to a plant-based diet, (because I wanted my father to get well, and prevent future disease in my family), I went all. out.    Totally hard-core. Take no prisoners. I began every meal with a...

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Four reasons to adopt a plant-based diet

Healthy Skepticism When I first heard about the benefits of eating mostly-plants, I was very skeptical.  It sounded too good to be true and more-than-a-little woo-woo… losing weight by eating plenty of delicious, filling food that’s loaded with fiber and...

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Drive-Off Eats that won’t kill your health goals

Maybe you are REALLY trying to stick to a healthy eating thing…. So what do you do when you’re cruising across town between soccer practice and gymnastics, and there’s no sign of home for another 3 hours? You know you have to grab food, but without a plan, it is...

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Why I don’t always buy “organic”

Organic produce is usually more expensive. One of the most frequent questions I get is about organic fruits and vegetables. The difference in cost between organic and non-organic can be significant, and although I want to support organic farmers and companies,...

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