Restaurant Style Chinese Hot and Sour Soup (Vegan) - Recipes, Soups I’ve always been crazy for restaurant style hot and sour soup, and I am always so crazy about how they make it so delicious. I made this a few months ago but with too little cornstarch, so I had to make it again. (Also, I wanted to eat this again, mwhahaha!) A few ingredients that may be hard to find are bamboo shoots and black fungus. How to Make Almond Milk at Home Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn I have peer pressure to thank for my newfound love of homemade almond milk. Two of my friends have been making it for months, and I've been regularly treated to their exclamation-filled exchanges about its incredible creaminess, mellow milky flavor, and all-around superiority over store-bought. I finally got to try a glass for myself a few weeks ago, and in this case, peer pressure definitely wins. This stuff is good. Really good.
For the Love of Food: Banana & Seed Granola Bars Even if you don’t live in Seattle, I am sure that you heard about our crazy weather this week. It was impossible not to hear about Seattle’s great “Snowmageddon” storm all over the news. Let me be the first to tell you how grateful that I am the storm is finally over the and city has returned to normal. I live fairly close to my job in downtown Seattle so even with the snow I was still braving the outdoors and public transit all week. I didn’t mind the snow and the cold, but waiting 45 minutes for a bus wasn’t exactly a highlight.
How to Grow an Endless Supply of Lemons Indoors Growing a lemon trees from seed is surprisingly easy. Generally, lemon trees flourish outdoors year-round in hot areas, but they can also grow indoors as edible houseplants. They can be easily grown from seed and are a nice looking plant. It requires very little equipment and a few seeds from an organic lemon. Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup This is the soup I suggest you eat this weekend after you devour three doughnuts at breakfast, and before you eat tacos and french fries for dinner. It has broccoli and raw cashews in it. It’s the picture of health. Nevermind how much butter I put on that bread. Cranberry Apple-Cinnamon Quinoa I don’t usually write about my personal life on my blog, but today marks a bit of a personal milestone that I wanted to share – it's my one year anniversary of being vegetarian! I had already considered myself a 'flexitarian' for awhile, but one year ago today marks the official day that I made the decision to stop eating meat completely....and I’m happy to say that I haven’t looked back since! I thought it would be difficult to give up some of my favourite fish or chicken meals, but honestly I haven’t ever craved them.
The infinite battery (crystal cell battery) look around you right now what do you see? I see limitless energy just waiting to be harnessed, The question is how? Answer: using Crystal power cell, but how does on work? Let Food Be Your Medicine ‘Tis the season once again, cold and flu season that is. Drastic changes in the weather, being closed up indoors, and generally feeling rundown can all lead to a serious case of the sniffles. If you run the other way when you see someone sneeze, or hide out when you hear a cough- it’s time to arm your body against cold and flu bugs from the inside out. Don’t give the flu a fighting chance by powering up with immune boosting foods. Even though it seems most people get sick during the fall and winter months, Mother Nature is (like always) one step ahead of us. Most of the beautiful produce in season this time of year also happens to provide great sources of immune boosting nutrients.