Plants never tasted so good.


Eggplant Parm over Wheat Fettuccini

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Fresh organic tomato sauce covers the light and hearty wheat fettuccini.  Add the lightly pan-fried vegan eggplant and some shredded vegan mozzarella and Eggplant Parmesan is born.  This is a hearty meal that can be paired with a great salad for a nice comfort meal.





Tofu Scramble for Breakfast

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What a way to start the day.  High protein, tons of nutrients, lots of great veggies to keep you full and satisfied until lunch.

Potatoes, peppers, onions, mushrooms, baby spinach, tomatoes and tofu.


Turmeric gives the tofu is egg color and flavor.  It is great to consume turmeric everyday, it is an anti-inflammatory food and helps protect the brain from degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.   Turmeric is consumed heavily in India, studies show that it has one of the lowest rates of Alzheimer's and other age related disease. 

RAW Donut Holes

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Easy, sweet and guilt free. 

Dried unsweetened pineapple, coconut, dates, almonds. 

All I did was mix these in the food processor and roll in coconut.  These were great.

Recipe from Ani Phyo.  Excellent!


Today’s Bounty

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Fresh from the garden… I love summer…


RAW Mexican Scramble Wrap

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Looks can be deceiving.  This may look like a breakfast burrito egg wrap, but it is not.  It is completely raw.  The scramble is made from walnuts. Yup, walnuts.  It is flavored like egg with the super spice Turmeric, pink Himalayan sea salt, and nutritional yeast.  It also combines raw tomatoes, green onion, red peppers and corn for Mexican flare.  

I lined my spinach Flat-out with baby spinach leaves, topped it with my scramble, and then a nice drizzle of homemade raw ketchup.


Scramble in a bowl.




On a wrap.


Up close!


Mediterranean Salad & Dessert

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Last night’s salad was bursting with garden flavor.  Sweet tender baby greens, spicy sweet red onion in thin ribbons, sugar sweet gypsy peppers from my garden, mild cucumbers from my garden, fresh crunchy sprouts, tangy olives and artichokes, mild still warm off the vine tomatoes, and perfect chunks of “tofu feta”.  All these great flavors were bound together by and thin drizzle of tahini lemon dressing.  AWESOME.

And still room for DESSERT…


Most of you know I have been experimenting with lots of raw foods.  I halved the recipe from the un-cookbook, “Going Raw”.  I like thin brownies, the recipe was twice as thick.  Here is a picture of my half-size version.  The picture does it no justice. 


These were the most moist decadent brownies I ever ate.  I will never attempt a  cooked brownie again….and did I mention,,,NO SUGAR.  Yeah, sweetened with a few dates and raisins.  Oh, did I mention, NO FLOUR.  These are gluten free.  Just walnuts, dates, raisins, and raw cacao. The frosting is a little bit of coconut oil, a few drops of agave and raw cacao.  This will satisfy EVERY CHOCOLATE CRAVING. Super delicious and nutritious.  I hope you try these.


This is the picture from the book, it show the double thickness.


Simple Grilled Flatbread Lunch

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I was scrounging around in the fridge and freezer looking for something to make a simple lunch and an excuse to have even more of the Mediterranean Hummus that I have been obsessed with.  I have to say it was the best hummus I ever ate.  We finished a GIANT tub from Sam’s Club in 2 days.  Shamefully, I even cleaned out the residue to make sure none went to waste. 

Anyway, I found I had a frozen pack of Trader Joe’s 160 calories 100% whole wheat 6” Middle Eastern Flatbreads.  I quickly fired up the cast iron pan, when it was nice and hot, I grilled the bread on both sides until it was crispy and hot.  While it was grilling I went out to the garden and picked a ripe tomato and some basil.  I sliced the tomato, sprinkled a tiny bit of pink salt and finished with a drizzle of olive oil.  As that rested, I took the flatbread off the griddle and smeared a very generous portion of hummus on top.  Then I layered on the tomatoes, and then thin ribbons of basil and paper thin sliced of super sweet onions. 

It was so simple and so delicious.  I am hungry again just thinking about  it.  Got to go back to Sam’s Club for more of that hummus.  It inspired quite a few dished in the two days it lasted! 

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