Pretty much from September to December it’s ‘pumpkin spice this’, and ‘holiday gathering that’, not to mention baked goods laced in between. Now don’t get me wrong, I love love these months because they are a foodie’s dream, but sometimes your system needs a little break, right? Juicing is the perfect way to satisfy that Continue Reading …
October 14, 2014 by
I am a mason jar nut, so when this mason jar salad craze took over pinterest, I was all over it. I’ve made a ton of different combos lately, but this Harvest Mason Jar Salad was so timely, and a perfect way to use up leftover roasted root veggies. And a way to lighten up in Continue Reading …
September 20, 2014 by
I make this carrot soup often (like, once a month) because it is so easy to make and the flavours all work so nicely together. It was originally passed down to me from my friend Laura, who routinely made this soup for her clients. When she found out I was beginning to take on clients Continue Reading …
August 23, 2014 by
Making your own granola does not take much time or effort and yields a batch of crunchy oats you can be proud of. Layer it with creamy, non-dairy yoghurt and fresh fruit for a little decadence.
August 22, 2014 by
Earlier this year, The Vegan Project was involved with a project organized by the team at Mino Valley Farm Sanctuary, a rescue group based in Spain that supports abandoned and abused farm animals.
July 30, 2014 by
One part seasonal fruits, one part seasonal veggies, five parts summer.
July 17, 2014 by
I know what you’re thinking…a dessert made with chickpeas?! Can they be tasty? Can they be decadent? YOU BET!
July 14, 2014 by
The words “juice”, and “juicing” meant something very different several years ago. In particular, if I think of juice consumption when I was young, the only thing that existed for me when I heard that word were beverages of the Sun Rype Variety (primarily orange and grapefruit.) Fast-forward to a few years after the juice Continue Reading …
February 10, 2014 by
I’m not much a sweets person, but this dry and cold weather lately has me craving some stick-to-your-ribs hot cereal to warm my belly. Jay’s stepdad Ralph turned us on to sweet quinoa a while back, so I took it a step further with fruits, ginger and spices, and the result is a delicious and Continue Reading …