Every breakfast lover must have doused a stack of pancakes or waffles with nearly half a cup of maple syrup at least once in their lifetime. I can testify that I’ve done this multiple times in the past, and I have no regrets about it! While maple syrup is definitely a healthier alternative than … More Lakanto: Monk Fruit Maple Flavored Syrup Review
One of the biggest resolutions that I forgot to address in the beginning of the year is not to overcook my root veggies. I don’t know about you, but I would much rather under-bake a sweet potato because I can always microwave it or bake it for some more time. However, if it’s been overcooked, … More Dorm-Friendly Acorn Squash Brownies (vegan and gluten free)
Anybody who hates tofu just hasn’t had it right. Am I right or am I right? For some strange reason, this year, I tried to manifest my hopes that my family and I would have a home-cooked Christmas feast. Seriously, why on Earth did I believe that such a thing could possibly happen, given that … More Hoisin-Style Tofu
/If I had a dollar for every terrible quality about myself, I’d be able to host daily Gatsby-style parties, hire servers with glasses of kombucha and make it rain guacamole–cause we all know that guac costs extra EVERYWHERE. But in all seriousness, like most of us, I am an extremely flawed individual. I knew this … More 2017: The Year of Coming to Terms With My Body + Worst Qualities
Christmas may have just ended, but I’m still buzzing with holiday spirit! There’s nothing wrong with basking more in the cozy winter weather, indulging in the best festive flavors and rewatching our favorite Christmas shows. But with the end of the holiday weekend also comes the food baby bulge. And the annoying people who go … More Eggplant Lettuce Wraps
‘Twas the day after Christmas and all through the house, a short Asian girl has been typing away at her computer, trying to finish this post. Honestly, the holidays are so overwhelming–SO many winter and Christmas-themed recipes, way too many wish-lists to please, excessive crowds, the overplaying of Christmas tunes (which I don’t mind, to … More First Vegan Christmas: Holiday Treats and Eats
First off, hope you all had a FABULOUS week so far. Can you believe that November is over and that December is finally upon us, which further proves the theory that time is just Mother Nature’s ninja. It’s unseen, fleeting, and can really strike you out of nowhere! Also, it’s even harder to believe that … More Vegan Thanksgivings Part 3: I Can’t Believe it’s Not Turkey!