25th May 2013

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Dad’s Pizza Crust | Inspiration Mixes →

If you can’t or don’t eat gluten, this is seriously one of the best gluten free pizza crust mixes I’ve used- and trust me- I’ve tried MANY. It is soft but not spongy, crispy in all the right places, and doesn’t have that weird gluten free flavor. Tastes very much like “regular” gluten-full pizza. 

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25th May 2013

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DELICIOUS VEGAN COOKIES! →

Seriously, these are so great. It’s not that they are the best cookies I’ve ever eaten, but they are the easiest to make, and they are not bad for you. It is literally just 1 ripe banana per 1/2 or so of instant oats, and whatever add-ins you want like chocolate chips, nuts, whatever. Great for dieters who want to eat cookies and also great vegan snacks. CHECK IT.

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13th January 2013

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It’s happened. I’ve actually decided to grow a pair and start this vegan thing. 

It is kind of scary, because I love bacon, oh how I LOVE bacon, but it doesn’t mean I won’t eat bacon again in a month or two. We’ll see how things go.

What’s in the jar, you ask? Why, it’s a delicious vegan gluten free salad! From bottom to top: Annie’s sesame ginger dressing, cherry tomatoes, jicama, bean sprouts, pea pods, green bell pepper, cucumber, clementines, garbanzo beans, tofu (fried with soy sauce and coconut curry sauce), and lettuce. YUM! I can’t wait to eat them. This is awesome, easy, relatively inexpensive (approx. $4 per day if you make 12 in total with a buddy and split costs!) and it ensures that you will eat a salad and some vegetables each day. 

Hopefully I can do this. It’s going to be hard… But it’s only a month right? :-D

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10th January 2013

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The Healthy Dessert (and other foods too) Blog →

I’ve been eating gluten free for almost ten years now and during that time have either completely or halfway eliminated eggs, dairy products, and peanuts. 

I decided it was about time to start documenting the different recipes I have found online so that I can keep them all in one place for reference for myself, and to also help out others who want to go gluten free but are having a hard time doing it.

I have also been toying with the idea of trying out veganism for a month. At this point, the only animal product I eat is meat, and I don’t eat a ton of it. There are days that I don’t even eat any meat. I’ve discovered there is a term for this: “flexitarian”. So, here I will do my best to document my progress on that as well, and hopefully find some recipes from the vast Tumblr world that will help me stay focused.

The blog that I’ve linked here is an AMAZING recipe blog that I think will really help me out if I decide to try out being vegan. I’ve already made the “chocolate bar pie” (without crust) and it is absolutely delicious. It is similar to chocolate mousse but with a VERY low amount of calories, carbs, or fat! All the recipes are healthy, and cater to all different types of diets. I strongly urge you to check it out. I’m sure I will reference specific recipes in the future.

Happy Fooding! :-)

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