• Healing,  Vegan

    Load the Potato, Vegan Style

    Majority of the masses believe that going vegan or vegetarian, limits them from enjoying the most simplest of meals. Loaded baked potato’s for example, is known to be sprinkled with bacon bits with sour cream falling off the sides. Not to mention the shredded cheese we add on top as well(especially down in the south). Now although that sounds amaze balls, your organs and immune system are screaming for you to stay away from dairy and meat products. Well then how in the hell are we suppose to enjoy a dang potato? Thanks to Erica over at Vegan Now located in South Africa, we have a great new way to…

  • Healing,  Vegan

    Vegan Chickpea Chocolate Chip Cookies (Gluten-free, Nut-free)

    Most are not aware of this but, May 15th is Chocolate Chip Cookie Day J So today is the day you can finally have that cheat meal. Or is it? I have found a vegan recipe for chocolate chip cookies that is SURE to knock the socks off of your entire family (even the meat eaters), and make sure you’re not taking steps backwards in your healthy eating. This particular recipe comes from Detoxinista.com and is a pretty awesome vegan treat! Ingredients: (16 Servings) 1 ½ cups chickpeas (cooked, or 1, 15 oz. can, drained and rinsed) ½ cup gluten-free oat flour ¾ cup coconut sugar 3 tablespoons melted coconut…

  • Healing,  Vegan

    Sicily’s Vegan

    Eye am always on the lookout for alternative recipes so that my family doesn’t have to miss out on some of their favorite foods.  Eye pulled this particular recipe out of one of my favorite vegan cookbooks, written by Heather Bell and Jenny Engel, after they took a visit down the cobblestone streets of Sicily and stumbled upon this Italian masterpiece.    FOR THE PASTA:  Pinch Sea Salt  –  1 (16oz) package spaghetti or bucatini  –  2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil    FOR THE SAUCE: 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil  –  1 yellow onion, finely chopped 2 cloves, garlic, finely chopped  –  ½ cup raw almonds, chopped ½ tsp. sea…

  • Healing,  Vegan

    Vegan Meats?

    Many people have this misconception that if you decide to go vegan you’re giving up your favorite foods, but that’s not necessarily the case. Now, the health benefits of eliminating meat, dairy, processed foods and sugar are almost unlimited, not to mention the mental clarity that comes with changing your diet. Did you know there are numerous substitutes to the foods that toxify our bodies and bring us illnesses? Eye always tell people that going vegan doesn’t mean you lose the joy of eating foods you like, it just means you have to prepare it a little differently. So here are a few options Eye found in a vegan cookbook…

  • Healing,  Vegan

    Let’s Roll Avocado!

    This hand roll has all the flavors of a veggie sushi roll, but it takes half the time to prepare. It can be loads of fun forming the sushi, as if it’s edible art. Plus, there are so many different fillings you can add to your hand roll, making a great alternative for dinner parties. The best part is, these hand rolls pear perfectly with a cold Japanese beer, or a hot sake depending on the day’s weather. THIS RECIPE IS GLUTEN FREE AND NUT FREE | MAKES 6 – 8 HAND ROLLS FOR THE RICE: -I cup sushi rice (or brown rice) – 2 tbsp. rice vinegar – 1…

  • Healing,  Vegan

    Have An Alkaline Day!

    Since the death of Nipsey Hussle, many have begun to wake up to the messages he was attempting to shower us with. Nipsey was working on releasing a documentary on the trial of Dr. Sebi, a Honduran Self Healer who was sued by the United States Government for actually healing people without a medical license. With over 70 witnesses speaking on his behalf proving that he did indeed reverse their health problems, Dr. Sebi won the lawsuit against him. If you do your own due diligence, you will see that he proved all dis-eases stem from the mucous carried in the human body. He proved that if we remove the…

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