I never fail to be impressed with the creativity and complex flavors of Indian food – particularly since much of it tends to be vegetarian. With this plant-based Palak Tofu, the soy-based protein of firm tofu stands in for the paneer. You won’t even miss it!Continue reading “Clean Eating: Instant Pot Palak Tofu”
With the chill in the air, warming soups and comforting meals are just the ticket – and they can be made quickly and easily using an electric pressure cooker! For this one, I cooked dry chickpeas without soaking them first and used them as the base for a delightfully hearty and veggie-packed curry.Continue reading “Under Pressure: Chunky Chickpea Curry”
If you’ve visited our blog for a while, you probably know that we cook most of our food. Eating out is a rarity, typically limited to special occasions. Every once in a while, though, we find a place where we don’t have to worry about how the meat was sourced (because there is no meat), and where creativity and skill come together in food that is a treat for the tastebuds and the eyes…like Half-Peach Bakery & Café.Continue reading “Meatless Eats: Half-Peach Vegan Bakery & Café”
Sometimes, you just want comfort food like a plate lunch. Then you realize that there are no “local food” (Hawaiian) restaurants anywhere nearby and that if you want a meal even slightly resembling a Hawaiian-style plate lunch, you’ll have to make it yourself. So I did.Continue reading “Meatless Meals: Plant-Based Teriyaki “Plate Lunch””
Who says delicious, zesty tacos with all the fixings have to be made with meat? These super easy soft tacos are meaty and satisfying, and plant-based!Continue reading “Eat This: Mighty Meatless Tacos”
Are you wondering why we post frequently about about meatless meals, since we raise and process our own livestock? Does it seem contradictory to eat animals we raise and also eat vegetarian (or vegan) food? It’s really not…and it’s part of a healthy flexitarian diet.
I like to try things that push me out of my comfort zone. Why? Because I think that life is about discovery, and what better way to make discoveries than to do something very different? I’ve also learned (by keeping an open mind) that food, in particular, may not taste the way you expect – in fact, it may turn out to be much, much better!