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There are times where there is nothing more satisfying that a big creamy filling and warming bowl of decadent soup. Presonally I prefer belnded soups, homogenous wonderful bowls full of flavor and a creamy texture that tastes like pure comfort. I will give a chunky hearty soup a try now and again, they definitely do have their place. As a vegan, coconut milk is the queen of fatty creamy substances to use, at least it is for me! So in this recipe I opted for butternut squash, carrot and coconut milk to bring together the BEST soup I have ever ...
Chilli is by far one of my all time favorite things to make. It's also incredibly easy to make a HUGE batch and then eat it all week or freeze for later. Although, it only lasted 2 days with the appetitites I have floating around here...
I've been in a haze of reading and researching over the past few days, which means less time with the food and more time with the paperworks and politics that compose trying to get funding via government programs and a Kickstarter Campaign. My little secret over the past few months is that I have been working on adding a new service to Plates for Plants, making a full blown business so that I cna love my passion even more than just through blogging and writing ebooks.
Ice Creams and Sorbets
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This summer has my food cravings going through different seasons every other week. Last week, it was fall, I wanted warmth and density because of the colder days and chilly evenings. This week, it's bright and sunny and calls for fresh no-cook meals.Since I do strive to live a raw lifestyle, with tons of fruit and veggies in their most natural form, I love those days when I just want fresh and raw foods. It's also a perk because it means not having to turn on the stove or the oven. I find that I get my ...