“Funa” (Faux Tuna) Salad

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As a vegan, lunch is always my biggest challenge. Having a variety of choices is important to me, and you’ve got to be creative. Here’s my recipe for what we refer to in my house as “funa” salad. My husband, … Continued

Vegan Coconut Zucchini Bread

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Usually I would wait until zucchini season to post this recipe, but this week I received 2 Ginormous zucchini in my veggie box. In an effort to use it up, I made this quick bread, and it was just too … Continued

Vegan Taco Tuesday

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Taco Tuesday has never been healthier … or tastier! A big dose of vegetable protein from lentils, quinoa and walnuts give these babies a meaty texture. Add whatever toppings you want, the more the better IMHO! Ingredients 1 cup cooked … Continued

Nacho Average Nachos

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Cheese seems to be the hardest thing for people to give up and there is good reason for that due to its addictive nature. But while it may be difficult to wean yourself off of milk products (pun intended), you … Continued

Leading with Courage

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Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, celebrating the birth of one of the United States most important and revered leaders. Along with other great leaders in history, Dr. King believed in empowering people to bring about change through nonviolent … Continued

Creamy Mushroom Soup

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This mushroom soup makes a great light dinner with some nice crusty bread along side, or a yummy first course to a more substantial meal. It’s quick, easy, creamy and a little lower in fat thanks to the lite coconut … Continued

Daily Naps? Heck Yeah!

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I love my naps. I don’t take one every day, but when I do, I feel so much more focused and grounded. I’m not a great nighttime sleeper, and for so long I avoided naps because I thought they would … Continued

Coconut Black-eyed Pea Curry

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I’ve been blessed with several mother figures in my life. Growing up, my relationship with my own mom was a little … ambivalent, as many are. But as I got older, I think we came to understand one another better. … Continued