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rookiemag Celebrity culture has given us so many awful things—too many to name, and everyone has named them already—but there’s also a positive side to famous-people worship. Sometimes, when you need life inspiration, the most accessible examples are, paradoxically, the most distant and inaccessible human beings. The stars are so far away that they look perfect, twinkly, unflawed. We can use this! Courtney Love By Stephanie I discovered her in seventh grade, at a sleepover at the house of a friend with a cool older cousin who was always exposing us to the best music, like David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails. I remember seeing her on the cover of Sassy kissing the cheek of my other recently discovered idol, Kurt Cobain, and thinking how lucky she was. Two years later, when he killed himself, she comforted me. I saw her live for the first time less than six months after Kurt died. My boyfriend and I watched her on MTV Unplugged. I wrote my own poetry while I listened. “What is it?”

Green Powerhouse Pesto Plate After fretting over a recipe to make for St. Patrick’s Day and then having a few gluten-free/vegan cakes crash and burn, Eric suggested that I switch things up and make pesto. It’s green, right? I’ve had a few requests to show you some of the meals I’m eating while on the allergy elimination diet. This isn’t actually “pesto” per say since it’s nut-free, but it’s close enough. Green Powerhouse Pesto Plate vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free Email, text, or print this recipe Yield: 4 servings Ingredients: 1 cup uncooked millet1 cup uncooked green lentils2 medium zucchini, sliced (or vegetable of choice)3 handfuls spinach For the pesto: 1/2 large avocado (about 1/3-1/2 cup flesh)2 small or 1 large garlic cloves3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil1/4 cup waterfine grain sea salt, to taste (I used just over 1/4 tsp)2 tbsp fresh lemon juice1 cup lightly packed basil leaves (one entire 40-gram package) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. For nutritional info, see here. PS- Keep those entries for the VVC giveaway coming in.

Spork Online 5 Non-Dairy Foods With Calcium [See 6 Easy Ways to Add Nutritious Soy to Your Diet.] Supplements If you're still having trouble meeting the recommended 1,000 to 1,300 mg. of calcium each day, you can always reach for a supplement that offers your day's worth. Food manufacturers are also making this goal easier by adding calcium to many of their products (including flour and breakfast cereals) in a way that maximizes absorption. [See Vitamins and Supplements: Do They Work?] melodyfairitale | ☆Strange teenage vegan☆ Vegan Port Wine Cheese The first time I tried roasted red pepper hummus, I had to keep rechecking the package ingredients to make sure it didn't have any actual dairy or whey in it, because it just tasted so cheesy to me. Since then, I've used roasted red peppers and raw cashews (because of its neutral taste and high fat content) to replicate this flavor in things like this dish, and this one, as well as a coating for kale chips—simply because it tastes so rich and complex. Here I've incorporated that same concept into a port wine cheese ball. This mixture is packed with quinoa and raw tahini for bulk, an array of nuts for texture, and a splash of port wine to give it a depth of flavor and a little boozy kick. Place the raw cashews into a food processor and grind into a fine powder. Place in the freezer for about an hour to allow the mixture to slightly firm up so you can form it into two large cheese balls or several small cheese balls.

Mimi Clark's Vegan Cooking Classes | A New Vegan Cooking Class Every Month – 22nd Year! Effing Dykes 11 Unbelievably Awesome Uses for Cauliflower You’d never guess how many healthy meals can be made with one simple, star vegetable! Move over cats, the internet has a new darling—and it’s cauliflower. This savory staple has starred in aloo gobi for years, but a recent tide of chefs and bloggers are exploring its multipurpose prowess. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Photo by Keepin' It Kind The Kind Life Beauty and Aikido Florida Avocado Summer Wrap! Less Fat. More Fun. I call my Florida Avocado Summer Wrap the Bikini Wrap. Why? Because it has all the buttery avocado taste and texture I love with less fat than with a California (traditional) avocado - perfect for bikini season! Plus Florida avocados make me think of Florida, which makes me think of South Beach, Miami. Which makes me think of beach picnics. Avocados: Florida vs. Cali: Dark yellowish green fleshFlorida: Light green to lime yellow flesh Cali: 1 cup pureed - 384 calories, 35g fat, 5g saturated fat, 5g protein, 16g fiberFlorida: 1 cup pureed - 276 calories, 23g fat, 5g saturated fat, 5g protein, 13g fiber *Nutrition info here Florida avocados have less fat (and less calories) than California avocados. You can taste the difference too. I personally love both varieties, but it is fun to change it up once in a while. Florida Avocado Guac? Wrap Flavors...Carrots, Tomatoes, Spicy Chipotle Spread, Lime and Maple... Yellow Organic Tomatoes: Florida Avocado Summer Wrapvegan, makes 2 wraps Directions: 1.

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