Are you ready to take charge of your health?

It's easier than you think. Our online courses can help you start eating plant-based and successfully stick with it.


Learn More

Creamy Mayo

Tofu, nuts and seeds are great replacements to make creamy things.  They are so versatile and satisfying, it's empowering to make your own!

Walnut Mushroom Pâté

So easy yet flavorful - I make this all the time an use it as a savory spread or filling for wraps or sandwiches. It's delicious on top of rice snaps or oil-free whole-grain crackers, or on a whole-grain bagel. 
Experiment with spices or chopped celery, ground pepper or bell peppers to add chunk and make it your own!

Eggplant Stacks

This elegant dish pops with color and is so simple to make.

Cashew Cream

This deceptively easy and deliciously rich, dairy-free alternative to cream, which can be as saucy or stiff as desired.  A blender or food processor is essential.
 
Use in a parfait with layers of berries, (defrosted or fresh); or on fruit, on top of granola or muesli or as a bagel shmear.

Ginger Broccoli with Cashews

Here's a basic stir-fry recipe for broccoli, which adds garlic and onions for flavor and cashews for crunch and body - a good one to alter and experiment with as well.

Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms

No need for oil in pesto.  You will appreciate this lighter, flavorful and very versitile version, in its elegant placement upon mushrooms

Eggplant Parmesanish

This baked dish uses the taste of nutritional yeast to add zesty, cheesy flavor without added fat or dairy. Baked eggplant just melts in your mouth - make sure to bake long enough to soften thoroughly

Plant-Based Convenience Cooking

PLANT-BASED PRACTICE:  Look at the ingredients list.  Select items in boxes, bags or packages with just a few whole plant ingredients listed, (like 5 or less), avoiding added sugars, fats and oils, additives like preservatives, colorings or protein powders, sodium or salt, or stuff that you can’t pronounce.  Keep it simple.

Banana Ice Cream

This sweet treat is rich and creamy. It gives the satisfaction of ice cream without the heavy after-effects. It’s incredibly simple to make and is ready to take on other flavors if desired. Variations include strawberry, vanilla, peanut butter with chocolate, cinnamon, berry, pecan… you come up with your own!

Basic Curry

Here is another simple recipe that can be a regular in your repitoir, easily adaptable to the vegetables that need eating in the fridge, or varying spices.

Pages

Subscribe to Sustainable Diet RSS
Go to top