Ingredients 1 medium Sweet Potato4 Carrots1 small Onion 1 Pepper (orange, yellow, red or a mixture)1 1/2 c. shredded Red or Green cabbage (or both)1 tbsp. avocado or olive oil1 package brown rice noodles Sauce 1/4 c. Peanut butter (all natural, please)3 tbsp. Soy Sauce2-3 dashes Fish sauce (optional)1 tbsp. Rice Vinegar3-4 dashes Sesame oil1 … Continue reading Recipe for Vegetarian Peanut Asian Rice Noodle Stir Fry
New Year, new Nutrition Preferred! My husband has decided to join me by bringing his master gardening expertise to the nutrition world. This is perfect timing to go along with my main new years intention. I love the idea of setting intentions for my life and having a clean slate such as the change of … Continue reading 2019 Sustainability Intentions
The Boston Marathon, also known as Marathon Monday, is one week from today! I know I should never say never, but the likelihood of me running that marathon, or any marathon for that matter, is never. However, when I lived in NYC I was fortunate enough to be a frequent visiter (whoop whoop long distance relationship) … Continue reading Badass Marathon Runners
Smoothies are the only way I can get in all of my fruits and veggies in a day, especially during Fall, Winter, and Spring, so basically 3/4ths of the year... Thankfully, frozen fruits and veggies are picked and quickly frozen at their peak so we are getting all the benefits without worrying about them being in season … Continue reading Smooooothies!
This might make one of my top 5 all time favorite meals. It all started with thinking it was going to be a Pho night (pho real!?) because the only thing I had in my fridge were some roasted beets (thanks to my meal prep Sunday) and a can of chickpeas. Because I am incredibly … Continue reading Drop a Beet (Burger)
If you are physically active at all, you know to hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Preferably with water. But WHYYYY?! Water/fluid helps regulate your internal body temperature and helps maintain blood volume so that everything runs smoothly. The reason you sweat when you are hot is to cool down your insides. You will want to make sure … Continue reading Hydrate to Stay Great
Let's taco'bout these vegetarian tacos... they are amazing! My household is not vegetarian (Carter definitely eats meat) but we are 90% meatless most of the time. Leaving the meat off your plate allows for more room for bright, nutrient filled foods such as vegetables, beans, and whole grains that do so much more than just … Continue reading Sautéed Veggie Black Bean Tacos with Slaw
I want to start with that I totally agree with all of the insta-bloggers that just because it is a new year doesn’t mean that you have to wait to start conquering goals or that you should even make new goals just because the calendar page turned again. However, if you are looking for a … Continue reading Bring it on 2018
First, I have to start with that I love to cook. I love playing with interesting ingredients, new recipes, made up recipes, and the "I only have these 4 items in my fridge what can I concoct" game. All with a glass of wine in my hand and great music on in the background. It … Continue reading Taking Back Your Weeknight
Onions. I mean, why not make the most unpopular, but used more than any other vegetable in my kitchen, first to talk about?! BECAUSE THEY'RE THE UNDERDOG! I love the underdog. They're usually down to earth, don't think too highly of themselves, always having to start from the bottom to get to the top. They … Continue reading Onions, Why Are You Always Making Me Cry?