One of the greatest challenges most people face when eating clean is maintaining a dietary lifestyle while trying to maintain their social life. So many of us run into this!
If you know you’re going to be attending a family or friend BBQ, what do you do? Let’s just say you’re new to not eating meat, your newly plant based, and you’ve just read all this science that backs up why you shouldn’t be torching meat over a flame. You don’t know what to eat, what to bring, or how to support yourself with your differentiating health views…
I’m asking these questions because I have totally been there. This means you will too.
One of the greatest challenges I face (and my clients) while living an oil free lifestyle is the social aspect of food. It’s a large part of social living here in the United States, and everywhere else, really.
Maintaining an oil free diet while dining out is not the easiest activity, especially if you don’t know how to do it, or what questions to ask! Continue reading
My first experience with lentils wasn’t the most magically delicious. It actually convoluted my opinion about them. Continue reading
As much as I’m involved in supporting my health, I will hid behind no blanket by admitting that I love to enjoy fine wine 🙂
Somewhat recently over the past 6 months I woke with the notorious nausea, dehydration, and spinney feeling from having a bit too much wine, or perhaps a not so great quality grape. Drinking poor quality wines don’t strike my body too well…
The morning I woke with this hangover feeling, I happened to have a small amount of oat milk left in my fridge from the batch I made the day prior. There was only about 4 oz left of it. I thought, “Okay, I just need something cold in my stomach and this last bit of oat milk sounds amazing right now…” Continue reading
Over the past year or so, I’ve fallen in love with beans and rice. These two starches have become a great staple in my daily diet, meeting many of my dietary needs! When you put them together, they’re the perfect complete protein option for those of you who stick to a plant based diet. Even if you’re a carnivore, you’ll still love this delicious rice and bean bowl! Throw some seared meat on there if ya need 😉
When I originally started eating beans on a regular basis, I was pretty much sticking to the theme of Mexican style. With this elimination of processed oil business taking place in my diet, I’ve had to reevaluate some foods and meal planning in order to keep my pallet satisfied, yet curious. Leaving olive oil and raw butter out of my diet definitely changes the rainbow of flavor! However, it’s only creating more room for creativity in my kitchen lab! Continue reading