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Product Review: Amy’s Kitchen Roasted Vegetable Tamale

February 16, 2013
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I’ve actually never had a tamale before (you don’t often find them without meat or cheese). But I quite like this Roasted Vegetable Tamale by Amy’s. It’s much different than Amy’s Enchiladas and has some good flavor and texture to it. The tamale portion is delicious and different, the black beans? Mmm not so good. […]

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Product Review: Amy’s Kitchen Indian Vegetable Korma

February 15, 2013
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This is probably my favorite Amy’s meal that I have tried so far, because there are 3 distinct dishes in it. It’s not spicy, but has some nice flavors to it. Most of Amy’s Indian meals have cream or paneer cheese in them, so I was happy I could try one that was vegan. They […]

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How To Stop Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Goals

February 14, 2013
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“We all can’t help everyone, but we can all help someone” is a phrase that I came across recently that really rings true for me. I know that I can’t change the world or get everyone eating I talk to eating healthy, but I feel it’s really important to share knowledge and help others. I’ve always been an extremely inquisitive and curious person, […]

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Jeff Novick On The Myth of Moderation Pt 2: The Impact of “Just A Little Oil!”

February 14, 2013

If you missed out on The Myth of Moderation Pt 1: check it out here. As humans we tend to be fairly curious and like to test the limits of what we can and can’t do. Often when people opt for a new diet or eating plan they try to stretch the boundaries of what […]

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Jeff Novick on the Myth of Moderation Pt 1: Do All Foods Really Fit?

February 11, 2013

I love watching presentations by Jeff Novick. First he always presents great information that challenges the beliefs of the mass public and secondly he is very engaging and entertaining while doing so. I also highly recommend his lecture From Oil To Nuts: The Essential Facts About Fat Oils. You can watch a free section of […]

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Vitamineral Green Smoothie Recipe

February 3, 2013
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So can you use green powders in green smoothies instead of fresh greens? Why yes you can! I think a lot of us are guilty of not getting enough green leafy vegetables in their diet day after day. Myself included. Sometimes I don’t have enough room in the fridge to have salad ingredients every single […]

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How To Make Vegan Food Taste Good Without Cheese!

January 31, 2013
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Cheese might be the #1 food that prevents many vegetarians and omnivores from believing they could eat vegan, let alone be happy eating that way. So if you feel upset or frustrated at the thought of not eating cheese regularly, don’t worry you’re not alone. Cheese is naturally highly addictive to humans because it’s both fatty and very salty and containscasein […]

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Product Review: Amy’s Tofu Scramble With Hash Browns and Veggies

January 24, 2013
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Here’s my product review of Amy’s Tofu Scramble with Hash Browns & Veggies. From Amy’s website: “Generous portions of tofu scrambled with organic vegetables with hash browned potatoes on the side make up this delicious meal.” I have never seen the tofu scramble before and since it was on sale I thought I’d try it to […]

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Product Review: Amy’s Bowls Brown Rice & Vegetables

January 23, 2013
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I wanted to do a few reviews on some vegan products my readers might be interested in trying. This one is a frozen dinner by Amy’s and is a brown rice and vegetables bowl. From Amy’s website “Organic brown rice, tofu and vegetables in a delectable sesame tahini sauce. A flavorful, nutritious high protein meal, […]

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Inspirational Vegan Documentaries Review on Netflix

January 23, 2013
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I’m down in Texas right now (hiding from winter)and getting some sunshine. I brought my handy little apple tv device with me and have been watching Netflix documentaries lately. I have to say how thoroughly impressed I am that Netflix (in the USA at least) has tons of awesome documentaries to choose from that are […]

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