Blog #54: Vegan Egg! Your Breakfast Just Got Better

When I used to eat eggs I really enjoyed them scrambled, soft boiled and sometimes fried. Since removing animal products from my diet, and soy products, I really do miss eggs sometimes.  Especially if I want to make a fancy breakfast with pancakes/waffles (GF + vegan) and 'eggs'.  Tofu eggs are no longer an option... Continue Reading →

Blog #44: The Power of Activated Charcoal

Activated charcoal USP......no, not the stuff from your BBQ or camp fire. This is the medical grade stuff usually sourced from coconut shells. This has been used in hospitals for decades to treat alcohol poisoning and drug overdoses.  It was even used in ancient Egypt 🇪🇬. Basically, how it works is: Toxins in your body... Continue Reading →

Blog #30: Easy Homemade Herb Salad Dressing

✨✨ Salad dressing inspiration:  ✨✨ The other day I craved lettuce salad.  So, I bought a premade lettuce salad and an individual serving packet of salad dressing.  I don't buy salad dressing often due to my dietary restrictions and food allergies.  My favorite salad dressing is the Italian dressing. The store ran out of the... Continue Reading →

Blog #29: Fermented Vegan Protein Powder

This vegan protein is decent tasting.  Not terrible at all.  It's a bit lighter tasting, and less dense.  And a less overpowering taste too.  I say it like that because I'm not a fan of a similar vegan protein, Vega brand (really popular brand) because it tastes heavy and overpowers the taste of your smoothie.... Continue Reading →

Blog #25: Plant-Based Protein Sources

🌿 PLANT-BASED PROTEIN SOURCES  🌿 This chart is short and to the point. I find it super helpful.  It shows many of the plant protein sources available for you to select from.  Pick the ones best for you. I consume all the protein sources on this chart minus the hemp and pumpkin seeds (because often they are cross... Continue Reading →

Blog #22: FreeYumm Cookies (Food Allergy Safe)

Parents, kids, adults, teenagers, friends and families: This is a great option now available to you if you are affected by food allergies. Millions of people across the world have food allergies, and many people don't know they themselves have any. Depending on the level of allergy severity, finding safe food alternatives is challenging. And... Continue Reading →

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