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Probiotics: Do you need to take them?

December 2, 2019

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January 29, 2019

If we lost you at jackfruit, hear us out. Jackfruit happens to be an awesome substitute for shredded chicken or pulled pork, because it's texture is similar, and when not yet ripe or "young", it's practically flavorless. If you think it sounds too foreign or complicated, don't worry, we have an incredibly fool-proof hack that makes this recipe quick and easy, even for someone who's never seen a jackfruit. You can simply buy Upton's Naturals barbecue jackfruit (they also carry original/unflavored as well as other flavors and typically are found by other meat alternatives at the grocery store). We like this brand b...

January 29, 2019

Although we kinda want to boycott the Super Bowl (geaux Saints), we’re not *that* petty, so we’re coping by making some DELISH and healthy game day food. We whipped up some Asian slaw that we think you’ll love. While this recipe is perfect to bring to a Super Bowl party, it's great to make to have at home any day, too. Have it as a side with barbecue or grilled chicken, on top a salad or piece of salmon, or just all on its own. We also have a recipe for BBQ jackfruit tacos, that goes perfectly with this slaw!

It’s vegan and has none of the crap you’d find in store-bought coleslaw, plus it involves n...

October 26, 2017

      Who doesn't like mac n cheese? Better yet, who doesn't like baked mac n cheese? It's a classic comfort food. Once the seasons change and the temperature begins to drop, we start craving more comforting foods. By "we," I don't just mean Rachel and me, but I mean all of us. It's an actual, biological thing. Growing up, it was something we always had at Thanksgiving and a few other special occasions, but being that it's so rich, it was not ever frequent. Typical baked mac n cheese is made with macaroni pasta, loads of cheese, butter, flour, and milk or cream. So, how can we enjoy this delicious comfort food mo...

September 21, 2017

   

Football season is officially here. Woohoo! Go sports! Ok, so we mainly only watch to root for a team if we're from the city, went to the college, or they have a hot quarterback. Oh, and of course for the social aspect... aka eating, drinking, and feeling like we're a part of something. Regardless of your reasons for watching, one thing is true: there's always good food around, and it ain't healthy. In college, we used to eat a salad before a tailgate and bring a protein bar with us, since we weren't really into eating a crappy hot dog on a white bun. The same concept goes for us now when going to watch partie...

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