Fermenting right at home is safe, easy, and lets you get probiotics and other nutrients from the foods. Here are 4 easy fermented foods to try!
Source: 4 Easy Probiotic-Rich Fermented Foods for First Timers – One Green Planet
Not only is tofu super nutritious with a long list of health benefits, but there are tons of ways to cook this diverse food.
Source: From Estrogen to Breast Cancer: Debunking Tofu and Soy Myths – One Green Planet
No more mushy millet or crunchy quinoa: We’ve put together this grains cooking guide to help you cook all your grains to perfection.
Source: Grains Cooking Guide | Forks Over Knives
Creamy, delicious dairy-free milk you can make at home? YES! That’s the magic of cashew milk! Super easy to make with just a couple of ingredients.
Source: How to Make Cashew Milk
Fennel, a bulbous vegetable with a unique flavor profile, is a favorite ingredient in Mediterranean cuisines. Here’s what you need to know to use it.
Source: Ingredient IQ: Fennel
Amanda Cohen is the James Beard-nominated chef and owner of Dirt Candy. Find out her top 5 kitchen knives of choice and how to put them to use.
Source: Which Knives to Use for What (Tips from Chef Amanda Cohen)
Learn how to start making cauliflower rice with this fool-proof recipe! There are two techniques for making cauliflower rice. You can either use a box grater with the medium-size holes traditionally used for cheese, or a food processor with the grater blade to blitz it into small pieces. With both techniques you’re aiming for little pieces the size of rice.
Source: How to Make Cauliflower Rice | Minimalist Baker
This week, we’re showing you how to meal prep smoothies for grab-and-go breakfasts, snacks, desserts, or whenever you just need something delicious!
Source: #WeeklyMealPrep: Easy Smoothie Prep For Healthy Breakfasts, Snacks or Desserts! – One Green Planet