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Put These Food-Centric Novels on Your Winter Reading List

before yesterday Vegetarian Times 

Put These Food-Centric Novels on Your Winter Reading List Its peak curl up under the blanket and read season. These 12 books with food and drink themes are worth sinking your teeth into. The post Put These Food-Centric Novels on Your Winter Reading List appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

The Best Alcohol Free Spirits for Zero ABV Drinking

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The Best Alcohol Free Spirits for Zero ABV Drinking What to sip when youre skipping the booze The post The Best Alcohol Free Spirits for Zero ABV Drinking appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Is all alcohol vegan? Here’s what you need to know!

January 23 2022 Happy Cow veggie blog 

You might know that animal products find their way into many of our day-to-day food items but wow – alcohol too? Its unexpected but true that certain animal byproducts may be used in the processing of various alcohols, or as ingredients themselves. From milk to egg whites to fish bladder (yes, you read that right!), youll see the list is long and unusual!  Lets talk about what  to watch out for when choosing your next drink. Ingredients to avoid: Dairy (including milk, cream, whey, casein, lactose)Dairy products are sometimes added to liqueurs, cocktails, and other blended alcoholic drinks for a creamy, rich flavour. HoneyHoney is sometimes used to sweeten cocktails. Its also used in mead – a mildly alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey water. CarmineLook for phrases like contains carmine or contains cochineal extract on the label of your drink, because this means that the beverage contains cochineal dye, derived from... crushed insects. Yep. Egg WhitesAlbumin, a protein sourced from egg whites, is sometimes used in the fining of wine. Eggs are also added to some cocktails such as Whiskey Sours and Gin Fizz, so make sure you know your drink before taking a sip! IsinglassIsinglass is a type […] The post Is all alcohol vegan? Here’s what you need to know! appeared first on HappyCow.

25 Best Vegan Iron Rich Recipes

January 18 2022 Vegan Richa 

25 Best Vegan Iron Rich RecipesLearn all about iron-rich vegan foods and how to incorporate them into a real-world, everyday meals for optimal absorption in this round-up of delicious iron-rich recipes.  Iron deficiency is quite a common nutrient deficiency in the world and affects vegans and omnivores alike. The good news is that you can get all the iron your body needs from Plants. When we think about iron, our minds wander to red meat etc. But there are lots of plant-based foods containing good amounts of this essential mineral as well. Iron Absorption Now, one thing is choosing iron-rich foods. The other thing is making sure your body can absorb that iron.  You can enhance your body’s absorption of iron by drinking citrus juice or eating or adding other foods rich in vitamin C at the same time that you eat high-iron foods. Another little trick: Use a cast-iron skillet. Cooking in a cast iron skillet can add significant amounts of iron to your food and into your body. It’s often really surprising foods that contain a lot of iron. Like Blackstrap molasses 1 tablespoon of blackstrap molasses has 3.6 mg. You can add molasses to vegan baked beans, any baked oatmeal recipe, or add some to salad dressings. Mix and match lentils and beans or beans and spinach to make an iron packed meal. If your readings are consistently low even after eating thoughtfully, consult your doctor about it. People can have absorption issues and will need supplementation even with an iron-rich diet. For high protein options, check this collection! Without further ado, here are some hearty vegan meals to try that combine iron-rich foods with ingredients that help to absorb it well. Best Vegan Recipes using Iron rich foods Lentils 1 cup of lentils has 6.6 mg iron. Paired with other iron sources such as spinach, tomatoes and that bit of lemon for the vitamin c that helps iron absorption and you are all set. Lentils are so easy to incorporate into your everyday like. Try them in lentil soups, tacos, pasta sauce, and even brownies Vegan Stuffed Butternut Squash with Lentil Apple Filling Vegan Stuffed Butternut Squash with Lentil & Apple filling is a hearty and satisfying plant-based main course for any winter dinner and makes for a showstopping holiday meal! Easy to make ahead of time! TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Red Lentil Sweet Potato Curry This creamy Thai inspired Vegan Red Lentil Sweet Potato Curry features healthy coconut milk and plenty of veggies. It's all made in just one pot, gluten-free and perfect as a quick weeknight dinner! TRY THIS RECIPE Instant Pot Vegan Lentil Sloppy Joes Instant Pot Vegan Lentil Sloppy Joes! 1 Pot, 30 min, freezer friendly tangy flavorful sloppy lentils. Serve in sandwiches with slaw or over tater tots or baked potato. Vegan Glutenfree Soyfree Nutfree Recipe TRY THIS RECIPE Lentil Curry Casserole Make this easy Vegan Curry Lentil Casserole whenever that craving for restaurant-style creamy Indian lentil dishes hits. Brown lentils simmered in a fragrant coconut curry broth, served over rice! So easy, so delicious. Gluten-free, too.  TRY THIS RECIPE Lentil Bolognese With Spaghetti This Lentil Bolognese Sauce is hearty with Red lentils and Mushrooms, flavors with herbs, sauce and great with Spaghetti or other pasta.  22 Gm of Protein. Vegan Soyfree Nutfree Recipe. Can be gluten-free with glutenfree pasta TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Lentil Quinoa Loaf This Lentil Quinoa Loaf with a Spicy Ketchup glaze is nut-free, vegan and can be made gluten-free. Perfect addition to a holiday meal. Makes 1 loaf, serves 3 to 4 TRY THIS RECIPE Turmeric Lentil Fritters Tomato Bowl with Tahini Dill Sauce Turmeric Lentil Fritters Tomato Greens Bowl with Tahini Dill Sauce. Baked Seedy Golden Lentil fritters with greens, tomatoes and a tahini sauce make an easy Lunch bowl. Vegan Nut-free Soy-free Recipe. Easily Glutenfree. Makes 16 to 18 fritters TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Enchiladas Recipe with Lentils and Black Beans Vegan Enchiladas Recipe. Easy Enchilada Recipe with Blender Enchilada Sauce, soft tortillas filled with black beans, spinach and lentils. Vegan Soy-free Recipe. Can be Gluten-free. Ready within 1 Hour. Makes 1 rectangular pan (8 by 12). (Pictured in 9 by 9 pan. You might have some leftover filling and sauce depending on how many tortillas you fit in). . TRY THIS RECIPE     Tofu High in protein and iron – 4 oz has 6.4 mg. Tofu paired with greens or beans makes for a satisfying and nutritious meal Sheet Pan Veggie Dinner with Broccoli, Sweet Potato, Tofu, Chickpeas & Miso Maple Dressing Sheet Pan Veggie Dinner with Broccoli, Sweet Potato, Tofu, Chickpeas, Sunflower seeds dressed with Miso Maple Dressing. Vegan Glutenfree Nutfree Recipe. Can be soyfree with chickpea miso. 23 gm of Protein! TRY THIS RECIPE Malai Tofu ( Vegan Malai Paneer) Malai Tofu - a simple Indian weeknight curry with tofu in a thick spiced tomato coconut milk sauce. Serve with naan and/­­or rice for a delicious plant-based dinner. Soy-free option included. TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Creamy Cajun Pasta with Breaded tofu. Vegan Creamy Cajun Pasta with Crisp Breaded tofu. Nut-free Creamy Cajun Spice Sauce with Farfalle and Breaded Tofu. Vegan Nut-free Recipe. Soy-free option. Easily oil-free TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Gluten free Zucchini Lasagna with Tofu Ricotta Vegan Gluten free Zucchini Lasagna with creamy Tofu Herb Ricotta and Red Lentils! Grain-free, can be nut-free. 15 G of Protein. Can be made ahead. Makes a 9 by 9 inch baking dish. TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Tofu Katsu Curry Curb your Japanese take-out cravings with this easy homemade vegan tofu katsu curry recipe! Crispy panko breaded tofu in a creamy mildly spiced curry sauce. Nutfree, GF option soyfree option TRY THIS RECIPE     Spinach Spinach is another excellent source of iron. 1 cup has 6.4 mg. Spinach in combination with chickpeas, lentils or tofu makes for an iron rich meal. Spicy Tofu Spinach Stir fry (15 Minute 1 Pan) An easy Spicy Spinach Tofu Stir-fry that can be made in 1 pot within 15 minutes. This recipe is a lifesaver come dinnertime. weeknight Indian spiced Tofu Spinach curry with almost no chopping! Gluten-free, Nut-free, soy-free option.  TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Spinach Artichoke Pasta Bake You will love this delicious vegan spinach and artichoke pasta bake recipe. It's like having spinach and artichoke dip, but for dinner! TRY THIS RECIPE Chickpea Spinach Pie with Berbere Spice Chickpea Spinach Pie with Berbere Spice. Easy Chickpea Spinach Pastry for holidays and company with vegan puff pastry. Use spices or blends of choice. Use lentils for variation. Vegan Soy-free Nut-free Recipe.  TRY THIS RECIPE Chickpea Lentil Quinoa Spinach Stew This chickpea Lentil Quinoa Spinach Stew is easy, filing, full of protein and delicious. Free of dairy, egg, corn, soy, gluten TRY THIS RECIPE     Chickpeas and Kidney Beans Great sources of iron and you can easily combine them. 1 cup of chickpeas has 3.6 mg 1 cup kidney beans has 5.2 mg Instant Pot Vegan Chili - Oil-free Kidney Bean Red Lentil Chili Instant Pot Vegan Chili - Oil-free Kidney Bean Red Lentil Chili. Easy Flavorful Pressure Cooker Vegetarian Chili. Vegan Glutenfree Nutfree Soyfree Recipe. Saucepan Option TRY THIS RECIPE Vegan Coconut & Peanut Stew with Kidney Beans This deliciously creamy and rich coconut-based Vegan Peanut Stew makes for a warm and comforting easy weeknight meal thats super quick and simple to make using just one pot. Packed with healthy vegetables and plant-based protein from kidney beans and peanut butter! Gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free and plant-based!  Serve over rice  TRY THIS RECIPE Baked Chickpea Sweet Potato Curry Vegan Baked Chickpea Sweet Potato Curry - a one-pot wonder made in one casserole dish. So easy to make, so perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. No standing around and sautéing needed. Glutenfree, soy-free, nut-free option. TRY THIS RECIPE Buffalo Chickpea Salad Sandwich This Buffalo Chickpea Salad Sandwich is the ultimate vegan lunch sandwich with a spicy chickpea salad that has all the flavors of buffalo wings! 100% plant-based perfect for a summer picnic or as an office lunch! TRY THIS RECIPE Jalapeno Popper Chickpea Salad Sandwich This Jalapeno Popper Chickpea Salad Sandwich recipe combines two favorites into a new exciting lunch sandwich! Protein-rich chickpeas and veggies tossed with a creamy tofu based jalape?o popper dip, with a bit of a kick thanks to both pickled and fresh jalapenos!  Soyfree option Glutenfree option TRY THIS RECIPE Chickpea Veggie Loaf - Vegan Meatloaf Recipe Chickpea Veggie Loaf with spices and a spicy bbq glaze. Chickpea Cannellini bean Veggie meat loaf for Thanksgiving and the holidays. Easy and delicious. Vegan Recipe. Makes 1 loaf. I use 9 by 5 inch pan, Nut-free, Soy-free, Can be gluten-free TRY THIS RECIPE Ethiopian Berbere Chickpea Pizza Recipe with Tahini Garlic Dressing Ethiopian Berbere Chickpea Pizza with Tahini Garlic Dressing. Amazingly flavorful pizza. Dress with tahini dressing, vegan ranch or other creamy dressing. Vegan Soyfree Nut-free Recipe. Gluten-free Crust option.. Makes 1 large pizza TRY THIS RECIPE   Beans and soycurls Most beans are good sources of iron. Combination of beans with other beans or lentils, or soycurls adds a boost of iron to the meal. Soycurls with cashews which are also a good source of iron adds up! Skillet Enchiladas with Soy Curls Everyone will love these unconventional vegan skillet enchiladas made in one skillet with soy curls, black beans, sauteed veggies, queso, and crunchy tortilla chips. Garnish with your favorite Mexican toppings like cilantro, vegan shredded cheese, and avocado. A great recipe for 5 de Mayo TRY THIS RECIPE Dragon Chicken Soycurls (Indo-Chinese Recipe) Dragon Chicken Soycurls  - a vegan twist on Indo-Chinese restaurant classic. Soycurls are Marinated and baked then tossed in a fiery spicy sweet cashew pepper sauce. Glutenfree. TRY THIS RECIPE Hemp Seeds and Chia Seeds Add some iron to your favorite bowls and breakfast treats. 3 tablespoons have 2.5 mg Seedy Chocolate No Bake Granola Bars Seedy Chocolate No Bake Granola Bars with candied ginger and gingerbread spices. These bars filled will nuts and seeds make a tasty snack. substitute nuts with more seeds to make them nut-free. Vegan Gluten-free Recipe. Easily made into protein bars. Makes 10 to 12 bars TRY THIS RECIPE

15+ Vegan St. Patricks Day Recipes

January 5 2022 VegKitchen 

For your St. Patties day feast, youll want everything green! This list of vegan St. Patricks Day recipes is filled with all kinds of green dips, drinks, salads, and soups. The post 15+ Vegan St. Patricks Day Recipes appeared first on VegKitchen.

No, Wine Is Not Always Vegetarian. Here’s What You Need to Know.

December 29 2021 Vegetarian Times 

No, Wine Is Not Always Vegetarian. Here’s What You Need to Know. Not all wine is just grapes and time. Some wineries use additives and processing ingredients derived from animals. The post No, Wine Is Not Always Vegetarian. Here’s What You Need to Know. appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Cardi B Invites You to a ‘Party in a Can’ with Her New Line of Vodka-Infused, Whipped Cream (and It’s Reportedly Vegan!)

December 3 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Cardi B Invites You to a ‘Party in a Can’ with Her New Line of Vodka-Infused, Whipped Cream (and It’s Reportedly Vegan!) The booze-filled Whipshots arrives just in time for holiday party season The post Cardi B Invites You to a ‘Party in a Can’ with Her New Line of Vodka-Infused, Whipped Cream (and It’s Reportedly Vegan!) appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

North Indian-Inspired Butter Chickpeas

November 18 2021 My New Roots 

North Indian-Inspired Butter Chickpeas Most lovers of North Indian cuisine widely available in North America are familiar with Butter Chicken – the iconic dish that has captured the hearts and bellies of people the world over. In fact butter chicken is likely the most popular and recognizable Indian dish in our neck of the woods, and without a doubt my own personal gateway to the unique flavours of Indian cuisine. This dish was the inspiration for these North Indian-Inspired Butter Chickpeas! When I was 13 or 14, my best friends mother, Annie (who Ive mentioned before in my sushi post – a woman who truly opened my eyes to the world of food beyond hot dogs and hamburgers!), took the three of us to The Host, a famous, Toronto institution that has been running successfully for 24 years. I can still remember the feeling of walking into the space, the air absolutely swollen with mouthwatering scents I had never experienced before. We sat down at the table, covered in a crisp white tablecloth, and a basket of seed-flecked, paper-thin crackers was dropped off along with the menus. Papadam Annie said. I took one bite and the entire thing shattered into my hands, which made us all laugh, and the taste was delicious, even if completely unfamiliar. I had just tried my first cumin seed! This primed my palette for what was to come, and Annie confidently ordered for the table. There were things I recognized, like rice, and flatbread (naan), but most of the dishes were alluringly mysterious, arriving in copper bowls, with colourful sauces and chutneys. Once she explained to put some rice on my plate as a bed for the curries, she handed me a bowl whose scent made my mouth water instantly. Butter chicken she told me. Well, I knew both of those ingredients very well, but not looking like this! Is it spicy? I asked. Not spicy hot, she replied. There are plenty of spices in there, but Id describe it flavourful. I had trusted this woman to guide me through Japanese, Korean, Ethiopian, Greek, Macedonian, and Moroccan restaurant experiences so far, so I took a heaping spoonful of the butter chicken and spread it over the rice.  It was love at first bite. The combinations of flavours, commingling in a sauce that was beguilingly rich and creamy, with huge chunks of perfectly tender chicken throughout was absolutely divine. It was tomato-y, but not overpoweringly so, and deeply aromatic with spices that I had certainly never tasted before. I savoured every bite of that butter chicken, along with chana masala, palak paneer, aloo gobi, and dal makhni. We ate naan, and samosa, and pakora and bhaji. It was a veritable feast that began my love affair with Indian food. Little did I know every corner of the continent, every family, every household brings a diversity and a uniqueness to what we generally label Indian food -- theres so much to explore!     Butter chicken was invented in the 1950s, by a man named Kundan Lal Gurjal, who operated a restaurant called Moti Mahal in Delhi, the capital territory of India. Kundan had settled here in this Northern region of the country and started his business after escaping from political upheaval in another region of India. Moti Mahal was a success, and it served several delicious tandoori dishes, that came from their tandoor oven – a circular clay oven central to Punjabi cuisine.  As the story goes, Kundan didnt want his leftover tandoori chicken to go to waste, but he also didnt want it to dry out, so he mixed leftover marinade juices with tomato and butter, added the chicken to it, and let it all stew – butter chicken was born! Although necessity was the mother of this invention, he likely had no idea that he had created an internationally-loved delicacy that would stand the test of time.  I started eating a vegetarian diet when I was 16, and butter chicken was one of the foods I missed the most. Ive cooked a lot of Indian-inspired food at home over the years, but Id never taken a crack at a plant-based butter chicken until my mom served me a version with chickpeas...brilliant! It was a serious why-didnt-I-think-of-that moment.  One of the things that makes butter chicken so good, is that the chicken is marinated in yogurt and spices before cooking. This step accomplishes two things: one, it tenderizes the meat, and second, it seasons it. Because I was aiming for a weeknight dinner, I decided to skip this step with the chickpeas and just make sure that they were properly cooked and well seasoned before adding to the sauce. I also smashed about half of the legumes. This helped to increase their surface area, break up their tough skins, and allow the flavourful sauce to penetrate to the inner, absorbent centers. I also appreciated having the texture variation in the dish, making it more similar to the OG version. Chickpea Party Tricks We all know that chickpeas are fiber all-stars, providing 50% of your RDI in just one cup, (whoa!) but they have another party trick up their sleeve that I bet you didnt know about. Two-thirds of the fiber in chickpeas is insoluble, meaning that it doesnt break down during digestion, but instead moves through our digestive tract unchanged until it hits the large intestine. The fun starts here, where friendly bacteria (think probiotics!) go to town on said insoluble fiber and actually break it down to create short-chain fatty acids, including acetic acid, propionic acid, and butyric acid. These short-chain fatty acids can then be absorbed by the cells that line the wall of our large intestine and used for energy! How rad is that?! Butyric acid is in fact the preferred source of energy for the cells lining our colon, and with this bonus fuel comes greater potential for optimally active and healthy cells. This translates into a reduced risk of colon problems including colon cancer. So friends, invite chickpeas to your next dinner party - theyll feed you and your colon cells. Can your pot roast do that? Now lets get cooking! For this dish I highly recommend cooking your own chickpeas from dried (I mean, have I ever NOT recommended that?! haha). For one, if you make the entire batch, youre looking at around 4 cans of chickpeas, which is a lot  of waste produced. Second, if you cook the legumes yourself, you can control the amount of salt that you use, as high sodium levels are a concern for some people. Third, they taste way better. Trust me. And fourth, it costs a lot less – I likely dont have to elaborate on that for you If youre not sure how to cook beans from scratch, the full instructions are in this post, and a full video tutorial is up on my membership site, My New Roots Grow. If youre especially interested in this dish, Id love to invite you to the live, online cooking demo on Saturday, December 18th. Part of the Winter Radiance Retreat alongside Mikkala Marilyn Kissi, this recorded, one-day virtual retreat has so many wonderful seasonal goodies planned for you. Check it out and sign up here!  The ingredient list for this recipe may look long, but half of them are spices, and the remaining ones are primarily pantry staples, making this the perfect thing to cook up when you dont have a ton of fresh produce around (Im looking at you, late fall, winter, and early spring!). Cilantro is optional, but such a delicious addition if it’s available to you. And I like to serve the dish with rice or naan, or both. A simple kachumber salad, made with chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and lemon juice is a great accompaniment to butter chickpeas when those ingredients are in season. Pro tip: measure out two or more portions in separate containers of the spice mix when youre making it the first time so the next time all you have to do is grab the blend instead of all your individual spice jars!   And what about the butter?! Well, there isnt any classic dairy butter here (although there is no shame in adding it!), instead I used cashew butter to achieve that crave-able creaminess. Some recipes for butter chicken call for whole cashews, which may in fact be easier for some of you to find than cashew butter. If that is the case, sub the cashew butter with whole, raw cashews that have been soaked for 4-8 hours, and add them to the pot with the tomatoes and coconut milk in step 3. If you’d like to know more about soaking and activating nuts, check out my article here. Get a load of that 2008 photography! Print North Indian-Inspired Butter Chickpeas  Author Sarah Britton Ingredients2 Tbsp. coconut oil preferably expeller-pressed or ghee 1 Tbsp. ground cumin 1 Tbsp. ground coriander 2 tsp. ground turmeric 2 tsp. ground ginger 1 Tbsp. garam masala 1 tsp. smoked paprika 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1/­­2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper pinch cayenne to taste 1 large yellow onion diced 2 tsp. fine sea salt 5 cloves garlic minced 28 oz. /­­ 796ml whole or diced tomatoes 1 large can 3 Tbsp. tomato paste 1 cup /­­ 250ml full-fat coconut milk 1/­­4 cup /­­ 60ml cashew butter 2 Tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice 6 cups /­­ 900g cooked chickpeas from 2 cups dried /­­ approx. 4 cans cilantro for garnish if desired rice and /­­ or naan for serving if desired InstructionsIn a large stockpot over medium heat, melt the coconut oil. Add the cumin, coriander, turmeric, ginger, garam masala, smoked paprika, cinnamon, black pepper, and cayenne. Stir well to mix with the oil, and stir frequently so it doesnt scorch.   Add the onion and salt, stir well to coat, let cook for 5-10 minutes until the onions have softened slightly. Add the garlic, stir well,  and cook for 2-3 more minutes.  Add the canned tomatoes, tomato paste, and coconut milk, stirring well to incorporate. Bring to a simmer and cook for about 5 minutes.  While the sauce is simmering, take about half of the chickpeas and smash them flat with the bottom of a drinking glass. This step is optional, but it changes the shape and texture of the chickpeas (see headnote). Transfer the sauce to a blender, add the cashew butter and lemon juice, then blend on high until completely smooth. Taste and adjust seasoning as desired (if youd like it spicier for example, add more cayenne).  Add all of the chickpeas to the sauce and fold to combine. Bring a very light simmer, and let cook for 5 minutes, up to an hour, making sure to stir every so often so the bottom doesnt scorch.  Serve the butter chickpeas over rice with lots of fresh cilantro, and naan if desired. Say thank you and enjoy! NotesServes 8-10 I hope you love this recipe as much as I do, and find the same satisfying coziness with each bite you enjoy. As we head into the darker, colder months of the year, I know Ill be turning to these butter chickpeas to keep me warm and grounded, while picturing us at our stoves, connected in spirit over steaming pots and nourishing bowls. All love from me to you, Sarah B  The post North Indian-Inspired Butter Chickpeas appeared first on My New Roots.

good night drinks 4 ways | best drink for sleep | beverages for better sleep

October 19 2021 hebbar's kitchen 

good night drinks 4 ways | best drink for sleep | beverages for better sleepgood night drinks 4 ways | best drink for sleep | beverages for better sleep with step by step photo and video recipe. after a long and stressful day, we all hope for a good and peaceful deep sleep at night. but most of the time, it just remains as hope and we end up spending more time in bed without any good sleep. this can be easily avoided if we introduce some simple changes to our lifestyle and one important change is to start consuming these beverages for better sleep. The post good night drinks 4 ways | best drink for sleep | beverages for better sleep appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

Meet the Vodka Brand That’s Turning Air Pollution into Alcohol

September 15 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Meet the Vodka Brand That’s Turning Air Pollution into Alcohol Air Vodka bills itself as the first-ever carbon-negative spirit The post Meet the Vodka Brand That’s Turning Air Pollution into Alcohol appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

This Purpose-Driven Coffee Company Is Helping Dogs - and Humans - with Every Cup

August 6 2021 Vegetarian Times 

This Purpose-Driven Coffee Company Is Helping Dogs - and Humans - with Every Cup A morning ritual with his rescue pup inspired entrepreneur Jordan Karcher to find a creative way to fund animal welfare initiatives The post This Purpose-Driven Coffee Company Is Helping Dogs - and Humans - with Every Cup appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

3 fat burning drink | fat burning tea | homemade drinks to lose belly fat

July 23 2021 hebbar's kitchen 

3 fat burning drink | fat burning tea | homemade drinks to lose belly fat3 fat burning drink recipe | fat burning tea | homemade drinks to lose belly fat with step by step photo and video recipe. indian recipes are loaded with myriad types of snacks, desserts and curries which make them appealing. yet they do come with the problems of extra calories and bad fat which would gradually accumulate in our body and thus increasing our weight. but these can also be tackled with some simple and easy homemade remedies and this post includes 3 basic homemade drinks to lose belly fat in quick time. The post 3 fat burning drink | fat burning tea | homemade drinks to lose belly fat appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

A Mezcal Expert Tells Us How to Shop for Sustainable, Artisan Bottles

June 9 2021 Vegetarian Times 

A Mezcal Expert Tells Us How to Shop for Sustainable, Artisan Bottles Mezcals recent surge in popularity could pose a threat to biodiversity and traditional, small-scale production. Heres what you need to know to enjoy responsibly. The post A Mezcal Expert Tells Us How to Shop for Sustainable, Artisan Bottles appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Just a Trend? What Research Tells Us About Kombuchas Health Benefits

May 14 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Just a Trend? What Research Tells Us About Kombuchas Health Benefits The fizzy drink has gone mainstream. But does it live up the health promises that many marketers promise? The post Just a Trend? What Research Tells Us About Kombuchas Health Benefits appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Mocktail Recipes for Dry January and Beyond

January 17 2022 Vegetarian Times 

Mocktail Recipes for Dry January and Beyond These zero-ABV cocktails are flavorful and festive, with none of the alcohol The post Mocktail Recipes for Dry January and Beyond appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Try These Cannabis Drinks During Your ‘Cali Sober’ Dry January

December 30 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Alcohol-free and infused with THC and CBD, these sophisticated sips are perfect for relaxing or socializing The post Try These Cannabis Drinks During Your ‘Cali Sober’ Dry January appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Non-Alcoholic Beers Are Good Now, Actually

December 24 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Non-Alcoholic Beers Are Good Now, Actually Formerly a punchline, the non-alcoholic beer market has undergone a dramatic revitalization The post Non-Alcoholic Beers Are Good Now, Actually appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

5 skin glow drink recipes | juice for glowing skin | miracle juice for glowing skin

November 29 2021 hebbar's kitchen 

5 skin glow drink recipes | juice for glowing skin | miracle juice for glowing skin5 skin glow drink recipes | juice for glowing skin | miracle juice for glowing skin with step by step photo and video recipe. good and healthy skin is a product of a balanced and healthy food diet. we all know this, dont we? yet most of us end up or having this issue where we crave some magical skincare cream that would solve all our problems. however, this post tries to tackle this problem and talks about 5 basic and effective skin glow drink recipes which also help to detox your liver too. The post 5 skin glow drink recipes | juice for glowing skin | miracle juice for glowing skin appeared first on Hebbar's Kitchen.

The Best Wine to Pair with Your Thanksgiving Dinner

November 12 2021 Vegetarian Times 

The Best Wine to Pair with Your Thanksgiving Dinner These vegan-safe, naturally-produced wines will enhance everything youve got going on The post The Best Wine to Pair with Your Thanksgiving Dinner appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Awaken the Seasonal Spirits with These Fall Cocktail Recipes

October 11 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Awaken the Seasonal Spirits with These Fall Cocktail Recipes Perfect for a Halloween party but fancy enough for Thanksgiving dinner, these cocktails show that agave spirits arent just for summer The post Awaken the Seasonal Spirits with These Fall Cocktail Recipes appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

You Probably Need to Drink More Water - Here’s How to Stay Hydrated Once and For All

August 12 2021 Vegetarian Times 

You Probably Need to Drink More Water - Here’s How to Stay Hydrated Once and For All Relax your shoulders, unclench your jaw, and follow our ultimate hydration guide The post You Probably Need to Drink More Water - Here’s How to Stay Hydrated Once and For All appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

The Newest Plant-Based Milk Is an Underground Phenomenon

August 6 2021 Vegetarian Times 

The Newest Plant-Based Milk Is an Underground Phenomenon Potato milk purports to be healthier and more environmentally sound than dairy, nut, or oat milks. But will drinkers dig it? The post The Newest Plant-Based Milk Is an Underground Phenomenon appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Smoothie Recipes for When You Want Your Fruits and Veggies but It’s too Hot to Chew

June 22 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Smoothie Recipes for When You Want Your Fruits and Veggies but It’s too Hot to Chew Grab a straw The post Smoothie Recipes for When You Want Your Fruits and Veggies but It’s too Hot to Chew appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

This Vegan, Organic Wine from Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power Is the Perfect Summer Sip

June 3 2021 Vegetarian Times 

This Vegan, Organic Wine from Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power Is the Perfect Summer Sip Two years ago, actress Cameron Diaz found herself enjoying a glass of wine with a friend, Katherine Power. The pair share a passion for all things wellness - Diaz has authored two books on the topic and Power is the founder of clean beauty brands Merit and Versed - but, they observed, for as mindful … Continued The post This Vegan, Organic Wine from Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power Is the Perfect Summer Sip appeared first on Vegetarian Times.

Kefir Could Be Key to Combating Bad Bacteria

May 14 2021 Vegetarian Times 

Kefir Could Be Key to Combating Bad Bacteria If youre looking to increase your guts good bacteria and minimize the bad, you may want to grab a glass of kefir. This fermented drink offers promising potential against dangerous bacteria strains. The post Kefir Could Be Key to Combating Bad Bacteria appeared first on Vegetarian Times.


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