Taking time to cook for yourself is a wonderful act of self-care and saves money. I know it takes energy and planning, but you are worth it!
Cooking on the weekends and freezing soups and casserole dishes makes it easier to bring your lunch to work or when you get home after a busy day. Packing your own food helps you stay on your vegan path as well.
When I met my husband, Wade, at a yoga conference, he had packed his own lunch which I thought was cute. Now we do it all the time and feel like little kids with our tupperware.
I have experimented through the years with several mac n cheese recipes and have found this one from the Engine 2 Diet to be EASY and delicious! It also doesn’t use vegan cheeses, which are processed and are high in fat and oil, so it’s healthier too.
Mac Not Cheese: click here for recipe.
Nutritional yeast-B vitamins
Roasted red peppers- Vit C; gives the pasta an orange color
Lemone juice, garlic & onion powder- flavor
Fusilli rice noodles-Trader Joes
Peas for side dish- legume for protein
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Exciting Time Magazine Article: How a Vegetarian Diet Can Save the Planet: click here for article
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“This is a beautiful life-affirming reminder that it all begins and ends with love- self, the Divine and to all the creatures on the planet! You feel her love and passion for yoga throughout the pages and it motivated me to get on the mat and let go of the struggle. Also practical tips to a smooth transition to a plant-based diet, for the betterment of all.“- Frangelica Fellini Amazon review
Thank you for your support, keep cooking!
Vegan love to you,