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Presto Pasta

Here’s a hearty meal in a hurry, even after a busy day. Adding vegetables to pasta adds fiber, nutrients and variety to any meal, and a quick way to balance out the starch.

 

Avocado Smash Sandwich

Sandwiches are convenient and familiar. All a great one demands are a creamy spread, and crunchy veggies between hearty bread, and voilà: you have lunch!

Morning Muesli

Having a jar of ready-made muesli in the fridge is a safe way to ensure a satisfying and filling breakfast througout the week! Store in the fridge, as nuts and seeds can go rancid otherwise.

Try one of the many nut, seed, bean or grain milks on the marktet, (look for no added sweetener and minimal ingredients). You will find one that you love!

 

Teriyaki Quinoa w/ Chickpeas

Here's Julieanna's saucy stir-fry brimming with the flavor of garlic and ginger - satisfying for any meal.

Salad Dressings

Here's a collection of yummy and oil-free dressings that add flavor to any green salad.

Guac and Chips, Free from Oil

Guacamole is such a satisfying spread, dip and topping, commonly scooped up with fried Tortilla chips. Why not make your own chips without the oil, to dip into this lucious traditional appetizer? 

Don't be afraid of using guacamole as a topping for baked potatoes, yamsand roasted veggies, or a spread in pita or sandwiches!

Kasha and Pesto Varnishkes

Kasha and Varnishkes is a traditional Eastern European dish made with Buckwheat groats and bowtie noodles, and usually cottage cheese. I use pesto here to add the richness of the cheese and added flavor, and add veggies as well.

Use whole-grain noodles for fiber as well as flavor too!

 

Totally Tortilla Chips

There are some, but it’s pretty hard to find oi-free tortilla chips in the store, but making your own is simple! Having a batch on-hand allows for a wholesome snack of chips and salsa. Warning: this might become a habit. Make sure to add some carrots to crunch on as well!

 

Breakfast Salad

Veggies for breakfast? – Absolutely!  This starts the day right with fiber, and chlorophyll to clean the blood.  The grains add some density and of course the oranges and juice add sweetness.

 

 

Beautiful Skin from the Inside Out

Plant-Based Practice:  For the loveliest skin our body can produce, eat a variety of colorful vegetables every day. Add raw and cooked. Don’t sweat over how much, just add them at every meal and as snacks. - I am often complimented about my smooth and creamy skin. This is notable because my skin is presently 58 years old, and I have lived through a bit of teenage acne in my past. My personal insurance policy against damaged skin and wrinkles is eating green leafy veggies along with other colorful vegetables and fruits every day.

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