I know a lot of people who would want to bring vegan lunches to work but are inconvenienced by the time it takes to prepare such dishes. Are you like them? If so, read on and learn how to prepare four easy-to-make vegan lunches that you can take away.
Here is your tasty and healthy lunch. This sushi was made with all vegan ingredients so no fish were harmed in the process of making it!
Chocolate and beets do not mix? Wrong! Try this extraordinary mousse by our friend Aarika.
According to webmed.com, flaxseed may help reduce the risk of some serious health conditions such as stroke, diabetes, cancer and heart disease. Adding turmeric and garlic to this recipe makes this delicious snack even healthier for you.
Sesame seeds have numerous health benefits. According to some studies, they can protect your heart, improve blood pressure and even balance your hormones. This simple, raw recipe is a yummy way to introduce them into your diet.
This vegan borscht is so full of flavor!
If you're a fan of the unicorn food craze—and who doesn't get even a little excited by pretty hues, glitter, and sprinkles? We've got a healthy take on a beautiful blended drink that's perfect for summer.
You can whip this raw, vegan dessert in just a few minutes! All you need is a few simple ingredients and a high speed blender.
There’s something about cold days that invites you to gather around the table and enjoying delicious food with your friends and family and, considering the Holidays are practically made for that, then you have a perfect excuse to experiment with new dishes.
Pili nuts grow in the rich volcanic soil in the Philippines. They are rich in protein, calcium and potassium. Nearly half of the fat found in pili nuts comes from heart healthy, beneficial monounsaturated fat. An ounce of these nuts provides 23 per cent of the daily recommended amount of magnesium.