These collard green vegan wraps with creamy peanut sauce offer a fresh, healthy main dish or appetizer that is bursting with vibrant color and loads of nutrition. Checkout out my cooking demo video of this recipe
It’s one thing to acknowledge that sugar is bad for us, but it’s another to understand just how much havoc it can wreak on our health. Yet, even armed with that knowledge, sugar is a major temptation for many of us, especially during gatherings. Dr. Michael Klaper shares his journey to “slay the sugary beast” and how you can apply these tactics the next time you’re staring down a plate of cookies or a slice of birthday cake.
This flavor-packed baked tofu is soaked in a marinade of zesty lemon juice, zippy garlic, and savory herbs, then baked to perfection. (I don’t really see any reason why you can’t eliminate the olive oil if you want..U)
Source: Savory Lemon & Herb Baked Tofu
Source: Tofu Bacon
Saute with broth or water rather than oil. A healthier way.
Source: Instant Pot Vegetable Soup
Choose a gluten free bread if you like and instead of oil why not saute in the same white wine you use in the soup? Make sure your wine is vegan.
This cozy Tuscan-inspired soup is the cure to your winter blues! It’s bursting with savory herbs, juicy tomatoes, hearty white beans and tender kale, then layered in bowls with crusty bread chunks. 100% vegan, totally meal-worthy, and easy enough for a weeknight!
Do away with the oil. these can be sauteed in water or perhaps a nice white wine.