“I could never give up dairy,” they say. All of them. From the grey-hairs in church basements peddling mushroom-creamed casseroles to the receding-hairs eating nachos and pounding beers from the cheap seats.
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For the longest time, Eric and I have had a friendly argument about whether to call it “hot chocolate” or “hot cocoa.” I’m on the cocoa side because I think it sounds much cozier than “hot chocolate” and I finally got him to agree the other day while we were out and about taking in the Christmas lights at my alma mater.
Few meals are easier to throw together than a wrap. You load it up with all your favorite fillings, wrap and eat! This recipe for paleo wraps is a perfect option in case you don’t have $10 to shell out on a pack of paleo tortillas!
These paleo wraps are soft and fluffy and make a perfect vessel for your vegetarian (or not!) fillings, such as avocado with lime and hemp seeds, or if you’re not strict paleo you could use the same filling as in my hummus and veggie filled lettuce wraps.
One of my favorite things in the new year is starting a brand new calendar. I can’t wait to start 2018 off fresh with this gorgeous, 2018 vegetable calendar by my lovely, talented neighbor, Juli. She took an idea I had and turned it into a real thing. How cool is that?! It’s so beautiful that I just had to share it, in case you have a vegetable-, farmers’ market-, or gardening-enthusiast in your life that you’d like to buy it for this holiday season. It’s full of vibrant veggies like bell peppers, tomatoes, leeks and green beans, all which were hand-painted by Juli.
This calendar is only $20 and it’s in Juli’s Etsy shop!
Getting hungry? Check out some of my tasty vegetable recipes.
Now that I’m on a grain-free, vegetarian diet, I eat a lot of cauliflower. Since I eat so much cauliflower, I’ve discovered a super easy method of how to cut it into florets for use in whatever recipe you please.
Roasted cauliflower rice is definitely the best way to eat cauliflower rice. I know from experience.
You may think I married a vegan. I didn’t. When Stephani and I met, she reluctantly ate meat. She still beheld the power of cheese. And I’m not sure she knew what gluten was yet ( I certainly didn’t). So when I say I married a vegan, I really mean I married a lady who became a vegan.
Narrowing down the diet Stephani eats today has been an evolution that has given me a firsthand look at the phases of vegan life.