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Harissa Potatoes over Garlicky Kale

In my kitchen, I have two pantry drawers devoted to produce storage: one for alliums and one for potatoes. Both are always stocked, ready to make any meal. As such, I have an arsenal of recipes that use these ingredients. I’ve made harissa potatoes before but this meal is a bit more substantial with help [...]

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Should You Get a Tattoo? The Great Tattoo Experiment

By Crabby McSlacker You don’t generally “experiment” with getting a tattoo. That’s what makes getting one such a badass thing to do. Whether you’re rational and level-headed when that needle hits your arm, or whether you’re insensibly infatuated with a new romantic partner, drunk off your ass, bitter about some …

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Want to Burn More Calories? Add This to Your Fat Loss Plan

Exercise isn’t the only way to burn fat and burn calories. There’s another type of activity that may actually contribute just as much—or more—to your weight loss efforts. See why experts say the little things you do throughout the day make a big difference for your body and health.

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Vegetarian Spring Recipes for Dinner

It’s hard for me to choose a favorite season. I love the coziness of fall, the sunshine of summer, the intimate winter nights, and the renewal of spring. Spring in California feels rather abrupt. One day you look up and all the trees have beautiful flowers. It feels almost instant. Which is where we are [...]

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Green Harissa Chickpea Avocado Salad

This recipe is in partnership with California Olive Ranch. See below for more details. As with most marriages, M and I have our running jokes. One of which revolves around M and his love of all things sauce. The biggest complaint I hear from him is that I don’t cook enough things with sauce. And [...]

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Spicy Peanut Sauce Noodle Bowl

I’ve found that eating a bit healthier doesn’t need to involve a major overhaul to everything, all at once. In fact, it’s much easier to make small changes overtime. I think this logic is great for eating more plant-based meals. Start small and start easy. This spicy peanut sauce noodle bowl is one of my [...]

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Miso Butternut Squash Soup with Millet Cream

There is nothing more satisfying than cracking open a new cookbook and feeling overly inspired. It’s not an easy feat because repeating the wheel in plant-based cooking happens a lot. I love this miso butternut squash soup because of the hidden creaminess, made from millet. In the cookbook Everyday Whole Grains, the author makes a [...]

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Is Winter Actually the BEST Time to Train Outdoors?

Guest Post by Lisa Green with Intro by Crabby McSlackerYou see the happy face of the winter exerciser pictured above? That’s your first clue Crabby McSlacker didn’t write this post.  She is a cowardly snowbird who flees to warmer climates when it gets cold. And she figured a winter picture …

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21 Kid-Friendly Vegetarian Recipes

One question I get often is, “What do I feed Mack?” Feeding a toddler can be choppy waters to navigate. We started out with a not-so-picky eater but as he gets older, he is becoming quite opinionated. And so I thought I would share a few recipes from the site that help bring us all [...]

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Rye Pancakes

In the opening of The Homemade Flour Cookbook, before diving into all the different flours, I share a pancake recipe. It’s a generic recipe but there’s a solid reason behind it: it’s one the best way to test the flavor of flours. Pancakes are forgiving and the perfect way to see how flour flavors will [...]

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