Restaurant Review: SunCafe Organic

Loyal long-time followers will know that Cafe Gratitude is my number one favorite restaurant of all time. It just has everything you would ever want: raw foods, salads, breakfast foods, pastries, smoothies, juices, desserts, pizza, Mexican-inspired food, pasta, Asian-based meals, sandwiches, sharing plates, burgers, soup, and adult beverages, all from healthy plant-based ingredients! What more … More Restaurant Review: SunCafe Organic

Blueberry Cinnamon Protein Pancakes (vegan + gluten free)

Brunch can actually be a major setup for debate. Some people are all about eggs and bacon, or for people like me, tofu scrambles and tempeh bacon. Then, you have the peeps that lean towards French toast. Others are all about Team Waffles. What about the individuals who love oatmeal and yogurt with granola? And … More Blueberry Cinnamon Protein Pancakes (vegan + gluten free)

Tandoori Tempeh

Prior to cutting dairy out of my diet, one of my favorite Indian cuisine staples aside from chicken tikka masala and eggplant bharta was tandoori chicken. There was something about the smoky aroma, the crispy edges of the blackened meat, the spicy flavor, the savory qualities, and the appearance of the tandoori that never failed … More Tandoori Tempeh

Hoisin-Style Tofu

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

The Fitness Tag

You know you have no friends when you decide to try a social media tag that nobody actually tagged you to do. I’m just kidding, but in all seriousness, I don’t know a lot of people in my actual realm who have the same passion for health and fitness as me. I treasure my close … More The Fitness Tag

Baked Thai Chicken Satay (Paleo + gluten free)

This is a huge staple of Thai cuisine that I’ve been neglecting at Thai places lately. HA-UGE. Satay is actually of Indonesian origin, but its use in cuisine spread throughout Southeast Asia and even parts of the Netherlands. Every country has its own different take on a satay because there really are no barriers as to … More Baked Thai Chicken Satay (Paleo + gluten free)