The famous Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana soup was always a favorite of mine–mainly because it’s rich, hearty, and just delicious. I was feeling super inspired on a cold, winter day and decided to make my own vegan version. It turned out amazing! Check out the recipe here: VEGAN ZUPPA TOSCANA 1/2 bag lentils (rinsed and […]Read more "Vegan Zuppa Toscana (Inspired by Olive Garden)"
I know what you’re thinking…What is this sorcery?? How do I get jackfruit to resemble, and TASTE LIKE pulled pork? Well, it’s definitely possible, and it’s absolutely delicious. The recipe I created is inspired by one of my favorite bloggers, Minimalist Baker. Her original recipe was for BBQ jackfruit sandwiches, but […]Read more "Hawaiian BBQ Pulled Jackfruit + Macaroni Salad"
Alright, let’s talk Chinese food. There is nothing more heavenly than some fluffy white rice, and a nice flavorful sauce with a hint of heat. One of my favorite dishes of all time was General Tso Chicken, and for such a long time, I had always wanted to try making something similar that was vegan. […]Read more "Recipe: Kung Pao Tofu"
Happy Monday, friends! I just wanted to take a quick moment to mention that What the Health, an amazing, eye-opening documentary will be available to stream on Netflix on June 16! The film talks about how the corporate food world, pharmaceutical companies, many doctors, health organizations, and even our own government make money off us […]Read more "WTH"
I’ll be honest, one of my ultimate favorite foods as a kid was a breaded chicken patty. I mean, who else wouldn’t love what’s basically a huge chicken nugget, in a bun, with one of my favorite sauces, BBQ sauce? As I’ve grown up and my tastes have evolved, I’ve grown to love Buffalo sauce […]Read more "Recipe: Buffalo Chick’n Sandwich"
Foxy Falafel, a Middle-Eastern inspired restaurant in St. Paul, was started by Erica Strait in 2010. Before the restaurant came to be, Strait delivered homemade hummus, pita chips, falafels, and kombucha by bike. She then expanded to a food truck, and then opened up her restaurant on Raymond Avenue in St. Paul, near the breakfast […]Read more "Restaurant Review: Foxy Falafel"
https://www.instagram.com/moresaltpleassse/ I had the privilege of interviewing the amazing vegan YouTuber “More Salt Please”, aka Nicole Rizza Coulter. Her YouTube channel includes awesome vegan recipes, including falafel, butternut squash tacos, and even beer battered “fish” tacos using cauliflower. Nicole is a chef by trade, and the majority of her recipes are items that she invented on […]Read more "Q&A with “More Salt Please”"