❤️🌮 Saturday is for #Vegan Taco Lovers!!! @VeganShopUp!
I’m bringing back the most popular tacos of the year - for my last event of the year! This is the top seller: The ‘Ritchie V’ featuring my House-made Soyrizo - TVP, Yuba, Tofu, Tempeh & Soybean are first braised in a House-made Mushroom & Guajillo broth, then marinaded overnight with a Roasted Heirloom Tomato base featuring 4 different types of mild dried chiles, Puréed Charred Onion & Roasted Heirloom Garlic & 22 spices; It’s served with a sweet corn & cucumber salsa + Lime Crema PLUS it’s #GlutenFree | Get It THIS Saturday December 16th Noon - 5PM @pineboxrockshop - I’ll be there alongside some of NYC’s best Vegan Vendors!
💗Healthy Peanut Butter Tagalongs! NO flour, NO refined sugar! Recipe is up on the blog (link in profile), and it's so easy!
Thursday // Dinner
Bowls full to the brim with greens and grains are so satisfying. And always with a good dollop of hummus.
Mediterranean quinoa and wheatberries - edamame - cucumber - broccoli - hummus - sweet chilli sauce - toasted pumpkin seeds.
Loving these mixed grains from @aldiuk that I can bung in the microwave for a super quick (and relatively healthy) dinner.
Reminiscing on how delicious this sushi burrito was 😍 It was filled with tofu, avocado, kale, ginger, red onion, red cabbage, and teriyaki sauce 👌🏾 The best thing about veganism and one of the reasons I am a huge advocate for living the plant-based lifestyle is because you are able to have an ABUNDANCE of delicious fruits and vegetables 🍌🍎🍇 You are able to see the beauty and NUTRIENTS in the foods you eat. For example, I just made a kale, cucumber, apple, mint, frozen berry, and banana smoothie bowl and I had no regrets when eating it. I added some chia seeds, flax seeds, and this superfood blend by this company called Orgain and let me tell you I’ll definitely have to make it again. Go vegan folks and change your relationship with food 🌈🌱
"Because of the mastitis epidemic in the U.S. dairy herd, the dairy industry continues to demand that American milk retain the highest allowable “somatic cell” concentration in the world. Somatic cell count, according to the industry’s own National Mastitis Council, “reflects the levels of infection and resultant inflammation in the mammary gland of dairy cows,” but somatic cells are not synonymous with pus cells, as has sometimes been misleadingly suggested. Somatic just means “body.” Just as normal human breast milk has somatic cells—mostly non-inflammatory white blood cells and epithelial cells sloughed off from the mammary gland ducts—so does milk from healthy cows. The problem is that many of our cows are not healthy.
According to the USDA, 1 in 6 dairy cows in the United States suffers from clinical mastitis, which is responsible for 1 in 6 dairy cow deaths on U.S. dairy farms. This level of disease is reflected in the concentration of somatic cells in the American milk supply. Somatic cell counts greater than a million per teaspoon are abnormal and “almost always” caused by mastitis. When a cow is infected, greater than 90% of the somatic cells in her milk are neutrophils, the inflammatory immune cells that form pus. The average somatic cell count in U.S. milk per spoonful is 1,120,000.
So how much pus is there in a glass of milk? Not much. A million cells per spoonful sounds like a lot, but pus is really concentrated. According to my calculations* based on USDA data released last month, the average cup of milk in the United States would not be expected to contain more than a single drop of pus." -Written By Michael Gregor M.D. FACLM on September 8th, 2011
apple pie pancakes on this chilly sunday❄️✨drizzled with salted caramel and some extra cinnamon apples😛recipe on the blog! i uploaded a new video this morning! a little vlog of my vegan christmas party extravaganza🎁🎄i made delicious cookies and talked about throwing vegan parties! check it out in the channel (janeolivia)🦋✨
This is just a whole new level of "baked carrots 🥕" I can't help but the imagine how amazing this taste like via @lucy_and_lentils i hope she shares the recipe #bakingdinner#baking#cooking#sunday
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Another post for all the people who still DOUBT that VEGANS can get PROTEIN in their diet and the people who think that we are protein deficient... (we know it better as long as you follow my page you know the truth) 😂
➖ 🛠 Fatty acids, the building blocks of many important substances in the body, are essential to cell membranes, maintaining a regular heart beat, providing an anti-inflammatory function, regulating cholesterol and contributing to brain and eye development in a developing baby as well as building hormones like testosterone. Fats provide a concentrated source of energy (calories). The optimum amount of fat in our diet depends on our stage of life. Extremely low fat diets will limit the amount of fat soluble vitamins and essential fats in our diet. 💡 👉 Generally 0.5-1g of FATS DAILY per kilogram of bodyweight❕
These NUTS mentioned above are the best and highest PROTEIN NUTS on earth at least 😂 Tell me what you FAVORITE NUT SORT is in the comments below ! 🙌
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