Edward & Sons Review: Jackfruit, Panko + Mac and Chreese!

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Oh my gosh, Edward and Sons, I love you! From the name, you might not instantly recognize this brand’s products. Or at least I didn’t. They’re a huge natural foods brand, that encompasses other well known brands like Let’s Do…Organic!, which has some of my favorite shredded coconut AND my go-to tapioca starch. They’ve also got […]

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Grab Green Review

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Am I officially old if I get really, really, really, like, insanely excited about cleaning products and laundry detergents? ….don’t answer that. But I have to admit that products like the ones from Grab Green do make me super happy. I mean, does everyone not love really great, environmentally-friendly, non-toxic, cruelty-free options? I’ve been using […]

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Slimware Review

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So May means a couple of things. It means it’s the beginning of kayak season, which is obviously my favorite. It means that most of my favorite people are celebrating a birthday (hi, Julie, Mom, TJ, Steve and Edelman!). It also means it’s wedding/baby shower/graduation/bridal shower season. And attempting to look my best for all […]

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Baked Mozzarella Sticks

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YEP. You heard me right. Vegan….mozzarella….sticks. I’ve had dairy-free mozz sticks only twice in my vegan life. Two years ago, with Arikka while I was visiting her for her wedding at Wayward Cafe in Seattle (such a dope spot-A, I need to come visit!). And then again a couple weeks ago at Veggie Galaxy.  The […]

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Veggie Galaxy: New Menu!

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YO. Can we just talk about how effing amazing the new items over at Veggie Galaxy are?! I am CONSTANTLY bringing people here. My favorite client’s assistant, who also happens to be my soulmate insists we dine at VG at least once a month. And so we’ve been binging on the regular and putting ourselves […]

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Neat Foods Meatballs

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If you’ve ever been to one of my cooking classes around Boston, chances are you’ve made my favorite tempeh walnut meatballs. They’re easy to make, with fairly cheap ingredients, a high protein content and don’t take much time to pull together. But on my laziest nights, when I REALLY can’t even stomach the thought of being […]

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