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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.
July 21, 2014, 7:48 p.m.
Today marks the official one year birthday of Plates for Plants! To mark this very special occasion, I am sharing a recipe thatI have been holding onto for a few months now. It's just so amazing and delicious that I had to wait for a special occasion such as today to share it with you.
Mango season is upon us!To me, this is a truly epic time of year, seeing as mangoes are one of my most favorite staple fruits that are only amazing a few times a year. (Not to mention so much more affordable!)
Oct. 17, 2013, 9:37 a.m.
We all have those recipes that we can make blindfolded with one arm tied behind our backs. That used to be boxed mac and cheese in my world (well kinda, I still managed to mess it up somhow), it's an understatement to say that things have changed.Before going veg, I was basically hopeless in the kitchen, I could do the basics and thats about it. Which meant that I relied far too much on pre-made or packaged meals. I thought that real cooking was either difficult or too time consuming. How wrong was I?When I went veg ...