Make a Difference:
Through what we eat
Plant Based Athlete Protein Ideas with Jessica Haidet
Hi everyone! My name is Jessica Haidet and I started as an intern at For Animals. For Earth. in June. I’m so excited to share my first blog post, especially because it is something I am so passionate about; getting enough protein on a plant-based diet. As a plant-based athlete, I have learned a lot…
Artisan Foods with Julie Rosenberg of Julie’s Beet
Julie Rosenberg from New York City talks to us in episode 11 about how her business, Julie’s Beet, inspires people to choose foods more consciously. Julie’s marketplace carries unique artisan foods that most of us have never even heard of! Items are made by small batch producers from all over the world. And Julie spends…
One of my favorite recipes of all time. This sandwich combines the decadence of slowly caramelized onion with tangy hummus, earthy garam masala and soft, fluffy bread. I know the combination is a bit shocking. But it’s really yummy! This is gluten free if you choose gluten free bread.
Organic Foods & Nutrition to Improve Health with Brooke Freeman
Brooke from Natural Freedom Farm shares tips for improved health and nutrition. Her overall philosophy is that by cooking with organic foods, grown in the earth, we will become more aware of our bodies, and of the earth and environment around us. This extra energy and awareness changes our everyday lives.
How do we build a rock hard immune system? Well… I don’t know! But I do know that I feel a teensy bit more nervous each day that the news discusses the Coronavirus. And the flu. And the lack of masks. ;-) . This elderberry syrup recipe is my go to right now.
Ramen is tough to find vegetarian, because of the broth. It’s usually made from a meat stock. I will say vegan curry ramen is one wonderful thing I find about living in LA. Most ramen restaurants have a vegan or vegetarian option. But if you don’t have a vegan option near you,
Healthy Eating for Kids – 4 Ideas to Make it Easier
If you have never bribed a child with money or a new toy in order to get them to eat one measly little pea, you may not fully grasp what it is like to have a picky eater. As a parent, we all want our children to eat healthy.
Vegan Sloppy Joes! Tell me you’re not doing cartwheels right now. The flavor in this crockpot recipe from Make and Takes is right on. Kids, adults, everyone who has visited my house and had this meal… loves it.
As you sit down to enjoy a delicious meal, do you ever contemplate how all of that food reached your plate? The sweat and tears from the farmers, who worked hard all year to produce a bountiful harvest
Edible cookie dough! One of our favorite indulgences around this house. If you’re on a vegan and gluten free diet, cookie dough kind of falls by the wayside. At least it did for me. But I don’t think it will any more
Have you been debating a Disney cruise, but wondering if you’ll survive with your gluten free and vegan diet restrictions? If you have Celiac Disease, eat vegan, or gluten free, or both, I think you’ll be blown away by the options. And the personalized service.
This quinoa cake recipe from Genius Kitchen is a true family pleaser (even for the little picky kids!). At our house, everyone gobbles them up at an alarming rate. This recipe is large enough to eat for dinner and again for lunch throughout the week.
Literally. You guys, this gluten free flour changed everything for me. When I first found out that I have Celiac Disease, I was a bit crushed. Ok, let’s be real, I was a lot crushed. It appeared that my future included no good bread, no cookies, no casseroles…
I can’t tell you how excited I was when I came across this recipe from Real + Vibrant. It’s an Indian dish that you can use if you’re feeling under the weather. Or easily add this as a side dish to get a boost of protein, fiber and iron into your meal.