Entries tagged with “Vegetarian”
The cookbooks that fed a generation—and sparked a vegetarian revolution—got their start at the improbable restaurant that became a legend.
At first, being vegetarian was great, and when I say great at first, I’m really referring to the time between making the conscious decision to forever swear off meat and the 22 hou…
Part of the cruciferous family, radishes are in season in the early spring and early fall. Victoria Shanta Retelny, author of The Essential Guide to Healthy Healing Foods,&nbs…
Recognized by the World Health Organization as the most common chronic disease of our species, iron-deficiency harms two billion people worldwide and kills as many as 4,000 America…
Try these variations of a simple, satisfying, and healthy way to treat yourself.
This lighter twist on the traditional falafel is a flavorful addition to lunch or dinner.
These falafel medallions hit a lot of marks: they are vegetarian, low-FODMAP, and absolutely delicious.
Fresh, crunchy, and packed with flavor, this versatile salad will wake up your taste buds.
This simple preparation provides a substantial base to your favorite sauces and toppings.
This delicious dish from Jamie Oliver blends green pesto with olive tapenade , creamy mozzarella, and basil.
Excerpt from Cook Yourself Happy: The Danish Way
Embrace the core of a bodhisattva experience: spreading joy both inside and out.
The surprising history of the yummy treat, plus tips on sweet ingredients that do good
Moosewood Cookbook—that cozy, hand-lettered, and charmingly illustrated collection of vegetarian recipes—is one of the 10 best-selling cookbooks of all time. But more than being a …
One Doctor's Story
Richard Wrangham knows something about how human diets evolved. He’s a Harvard professor of anthropology, the curator of primate behavior biology at the Peabody Museum, director of…
An Excerpt from Pure Vegetarian