Meatless, Bread-less Monday: Walnut Pesto Chard Wraps

Walnut Pesto Chard Wraps

Make a lighter, more nutritious meal the next time you’re craving a sandwich by using chard leaves instead of bread! You’ll enjoy a nice crunch, a new flavor, and tons of antioxidants. Try it with this amazing walnut pesto recipe.

No-Mayo Raw Avocado Slaw

Raw Avocado Slaw

I love making creamy, non-dairy based sauces that taste delicious. Sometimes it can take a few tries to get the recipe just right – this avocado dressing took me four attempts! After a couple tries to ‘add this’ and ‘don’t add that’, I think I finally got it just right, so I hope you enjoy it too.

A Soup that Brings Sunshine: Sweet Potato, Carrot & Turmeric

Carrot Ginger Sweet Potato Soup

Thanks to my Community Shared Agriculture share I have lots of wonderful, seasonal and organic produce that helped me come up with this delicious soup. This soup is not only tasty with a hint of sweet and a slight spice from the ginger, but it’s versatile as you can add your own favorite fresh or dried herbs and spices to finish it off. Enjoy the recipe.

A Seasonal Soup: Turnip, Apple & Butternut Squash

Turnip, Apple, Butternut Squash Soup

There’s nothing better than an easy-to-make, delicious fall soup. This soup was made entirely with organic produce from my Community Shared Agriculture “CSA” share and features delicious butternut squash that is rich in beta-carotene and vitamins A and C, which help to boost immunity and fight off the flu and cold this season.

Roasted Kale & Sweet Potato Salad

Roasted Kale & Veggie Salad

It’s National Kale Day in the US, but we are celebrating worldwide with this delicious autumn or spring salad! Roasted vegetables in a salad are delicious cold or warm. This salad contains baby kale leaves that are raw combined with roasted red kale leaves for a great crispy texture. Enjoy this amazing recipe.

Joe’s Raw Kale & Cabbage Salad

Joe's Raw Kale and Cabbage Chia Seed Salad

I’m spending the next month in Long Island, New York to get a healthy routine going again, and stay within one timezone! So be prepared for a bunch of posts over the next month as I share my progress, my favorite meals, and even some pictures of me doing some downward dog! Enjoy this recipe of one of my favorite salads from the past week — it’s made from plants and it’s delicious.