Product Review: Cali’flour Foods Plant-based Pizza Crust

  If you’ve ever tried to make homemade cauliflower pizza crust, you know it’s not easy. In my search for a quick, nutritious and tasty pizza crust, I discovered Cauli’flour Foods, and was excited to see they offered a vegan crust. It… Read More

Product Review: Q-Cups

Think it takes 30 minutes to make quinoa? Think again. Q-cups can go from cup to plate in six minutes or less without sacrificing too much flavor or texture. 

Product Review: Bread Srsly

I have mentioned the brand in about three different blog posts already, so here’s my review of this delicious gluten-free and vegan sourdough bread. Finally, bread I can eat that I LOVE!

Product Review: Splendid Spoon’s Plant-based Bowls

These nourishing soups are all gluten-free, vegan, and fantastic, and make for a quick-and-convenient meal or base for one of my personal creations. 

Cooking 101: Guide to Protein Powders

Getting enough protein can be a struggle for many vegans; however, finding a suitable gluten-free and vegan protein powder isn’t that easy. Here’s a run-down of my favorites and ones to avoid.

Product Review: Hilary’s Broccoli Casserole Bites

I’ve been a fan of Hilary’s for years, and the new products coming out from this brand, including these tasty little bites, are fantastic. 

Product Review: Follow Your Heart VeganEgg

I must say the VeganEgg looks, tastes, smells and cooks up like a real egg to me, which made for one nice scramble.

Product Review: Qrunch Organics Toastables and Quinoa Burgers

After going gluten-free and vegan, one item I thought I would never be able to have again is french toast. Then I tried Qrunch’s Toastables and all the flavors I missed fill were rediscovered in these tasty, quinoa-based product. Not to be… Read More

Product Review: Myrna’s Skinny Crisps

These little crisps are one of the best gluten-free and vegan crackers that I’ve tried.

Recipe and Product Review: My spin on Cook Simple’s Tibetan Dal

There aren’t many mass market brands that carry complete meals that are certified gluten free and vegan, but Cook Simple comes pretty close. They offer several meal starters that only require a diced canned of tomatoes and a little oil, such as the… Read More