By Alice K. Thompson, April 10, 2015
Explore some terrific new dishes and tasty ingredients on a vegan adventure.
By Megan Myers, March 27, 2015
When you’re entertaining, it’s important to make sure every one of your guests has something yummy to eat. Here are my recommendations for special diet baking this spring!
By Megan Myers, March 13, 2015
Focusing your plate on produce helps keep things interesting as well as invigorates your taste buds. Use it as an excuse to try out new textures, spices, and combinations you might have previously overlooked! Try out these bright vegan recipes at your next spring gathering.
By Megan Myers, February 27, 2015
Soup is inherently communal, the perfect recipe for sharing with friends and family. Soup is also a dish that is so easy to make for diets of all kinds and please even the pickiest eaters. Check out these savory soups for supper sipping.
By Megan Myers, February 13, 2015
When I think of comfort food, there’s not much else that embodies it more for me than a warm, hearty casserole.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, February 6, 2015
What happens when traditional cheesemaking meets dairy-free alternatives? Kite Hill, a new line of fine plant-based cheeses made from pure nut milks (no animal products!), answers that question — deliciously!
By Megan Myers, February 6, 2015
While many Valentine’s Day menus focus on meats, cream-filled sauces and decadent desserts, there are plenty of options for those who follow a vegan lifestyle. These vegan recipes are wonderful dishes for sharing with your Valentine and evoke the same hearty flavors of more traditional Valentine’s Day menus.
By Paige Schilt, January 30, 2015
There are lots of great reasons to limit your sodium intake, but the heart of the matter is heart health. Check out some of our favorite low-sodium recipes.
By Megan Myers, January 17, 2015
If you’re interested in trying out more vegan recipes, here are a few of our favorites. Try them out for your next Meatless Monday, or any time!
By Paige Schilt, January 9, 2015
These days, lots of folks are scaling down or living without dairy. For some, the shift is motivated by a dairy allergy or lactose intolerance. For others, living dairy free is part of a commitment to eat more plants and fewer animal products. Regardless of why you’re avoiding dairy, changing your diet is a big deal. Here are a few tips to help keep you happy, satisfied and inspired.