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Sesame Carrot Tempeh Bowl (Recipe)

This Sesame Carrot Slaw and Tempeh Bowl is a delight to add to your collection of easy, quick meals. The most minimal ingredients, paired with a simple but flavorful marinade, combine together to create a delicious, light-yet-satisfying, meatless lunch or dinner with an asian flare. Easily made gluten free and/or vegan.   This is a recipe I’ve been wanting to share with you for a verrrrrry long time.  It’s not even that…

Week In Review: Appointments, Movies and Normal Life Things

  Not a hugely exciting week.  But I did get a few nice things done.  Linking up with the fabulous Meg   I had a singing lesson And an acting lesson I even practiced before both said lessons I saw my dietician And I got to my chiropractor, at the other side of town, twice Favorite moment of the week: being offered a soothing, hot cup of ginger tumeric tea at the chiropractor office. 8 am. Freezing…

Recent Eats and Recipes: Going Back to the Basics

  It’s been a really long time since I shared some eats.  Not too surprisingly, as if you’ve been reading lately, I’ve been going through some dietary…. experimentation?  I’ve been having to take a look at my food in a way I never have before.   Since it’s been so long, I thought I’d just go a ways back – a few weeks or so…

Week In Review: Family, Journaling and Feeding the Artistic Baby

Hi friends, I’m back with my Week In Review this week. Not sure what’s going on? Go see Meg and she’ll tell you all about it.    Last week I did a number of things for my creative soul. Aka my very hungry, high maintenance artistic baby that’s in consistent need of feeding.  I went to a coaching with a past instructor for a form of movement work that leaves…

Double Chocolate Banana Flour Loaf (Plus Huge NuNaturals Giveaway!)

This double chocolate loaf may resemble an indulgent dessert, but I assure you it fits all the criteria of the healthiest of health foods. Made with green banana flour, this loaf is packed with a unique source of prebiotic fibre and provides a hefty dose of essential vitamins and minerals.    Oh hey! Look who’s here with a… a what?… a RECIPE post!? After how long? I’m not even going…

Week In Review: Time At Home

Hi lovely friends, Last week, to relive all the good feelings, I recapped my brother’s wedding. I didn’t have a chance to talk much more about my time at home, though. I don’t want to let the visit go by without documenting some of the life-giving accomplishments that were had during this time, so I’m using this week’s Week In Review to go back and relive some…

Dinners Lately: Repeating and Using Leftovers

Last week I brought you some creative breakfasts I’d been trying. This week I’m taking you into the dinners category. Not going to lie…I’ve been eating kind of weird lately. But also kind of…good? My lack of desire/time to cook has been at an all time low. This complete desire to spend as little time as possible actually cooking, but still wanting delicious food in my…

Curried Chickpea Dosas (Gluten Free, Vegan)

Light and flexible Indian inspired dosas are filled with an incredibly flavorful, yet simple, chickpea curry . Very easy to make with minimal and inexpensive ingredients – its vegetarian cuisine at its finest. Make this meal for your next vegan culinary adventure and delight your taste buds!   You guys. These are SO GOOOOODDDD.  Today I’m bringing you another one of my recipes from the cookbook I told you about last week. I knew…

Let’s Get Saucy! Thai Peanut Sauce Recipe (What I Ate Wednesday)

Who out there is feeling saucy!? Oh who are you kidding, I know you all have some sauce when you want to. You sassy minx, you.    And yes, I do too.  In fact, I have three! It just so happened that my eats from Tuesday won out in the spread, marinade, and sauce category, so I’m here to spread (get it?) the love by sharing with you one of my ultimate favorite sauce…

Week In Review: The Mega ‘Last Week Before Home’ Edition

Writing this post had me reverting back to the one from almost precisely a year ago. It seems that last year, my week prior to going home for Christmas looked verrry similar to the one I just had. It’s almost creepy. But it makes sense. I always want to feel organized and cleaned out when I return from home, so I do a chunk of cleaning – that whole new year “fresh start…