John is always (half-jokingly) telling me I have a brown thumb. In all honesty, he isn’t lying. I have a history of unintentionally heading up plant massacres. The first part to getting better is admitting the problem, right?
Gluten-free + vegan can seem difficult sometimes when you’re looking for a hearty meal with no processed goods. However, I’m over at Studio M today sharing my newest recipe for a “full meal” gluten-free, vegan Squash Lasagna that knocked the socks off of even my non-squash fan of a husband! It’s super simple too!
This afternoon I saw a quote on my crazy inspirational fellow blogger friend, Rachel’s, facebook that said: “Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from.” For the first time in a while, I’ve felt like God (or whomever/whatever you choose to believe in) was telling me I’m moving in the right direction.
New York is home to some of my all time favorite vegan restaurants. The fact that they don’t deliver to Florida can be a bit sad sometimes (especially when I was planning my vegan wedding). However, this all changed for me this week. High Hopes Vegan Bakery has some of the best treats (in general, not just “good-for-being-vegan”) I’ve ever had, and best of all – they ship their goodies to you!
Saying I have the most fickle, sensitive skin would be an understatement. If I even look at a non-oil free moisturizer, smell fried foods or hear someone is hormonal, game over – my face breaks out. In my lifetime, I’ve tried everything from the gentlest facial cleaners to oral and topical prescription treatment and none of them did much for me. While a clean vegan diet and exercise always help, my skin is currently the clearest it’s been since my pre-pubescent years thanks to this new Coconut Oil Face Wash I’ve been using. I’m not even kidding – I don’t even use powder/foundation any more (except on those baby-sleep-schedule dark circles, of course)!
So, we were on Facebook last week when we saw this AMAZING looking homemade Teriyaki Tofu on our awesome friend Hannah’s wall. So of course we asked her to share the recipe!
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