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split pea sliders.

I love potlucks. I really do. I think they’re such a fun way to explore new foods and get a sense of what other people cook on a regular basis… or at least, what they cook for parties. There’s this

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vegan mofo day 1: 5 things to look out for on a plant-based diet.

It’s time for Vegan MoFo* 2014! Are you stoked?! I sure am. I’m thrilled to be contributing all September long to this international blogging event, featuring all things plant-based, ethical and vegan-tastic. *Don’t be offended. MoFo = Month of Food.

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nourishing nutbars.

I’ve  been experimenting with easy breakfast and workout refuel options in the kitchen this week, testing out some new ideas that will be included in the cookbook… (coming soon, stay tuned!). I’m a fan of anything in bar form –

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baked plantain fritters.

For those times when you just need a little treat – but don’t want to dive back into old habits, old foods, foods that make you feel icky, or things that don’t support your new habits – it’s nice to

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fresh + green quinoa tabbouleh [and so much gratitude].

Can we just talk about gratitude for a second? I am awash with it today.  Last night, we held the launch party for the Vive Detox, a new collaborative venture between my business partner Paige and I. It. Was. Wonderful. 

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never buy store-bought hummus again.

My name is Amy and I’m a hummus-aholic. You are, too? Excellent. Let’s hang out.  I love hummus for several reasons, probably more reasons than I should. It’s a beautifully nourishing, fueling food: highlights of its health benefits include nearly

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coconut curry lentils with squash medallions.

Recently, we had the privilege of having a group of some of my most favorite humans over for dinner. I love cooking for a group – regardless of the size – and there is something really satisfying about pulling off a

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build-your-own trail mix.

[The definitive guide to building the best-ever, best-for-you trail mix] I was shocked recently to discover that there isn’t one go-to ‘build your own’ healthy trail mix guide on the internet. There are tons of suggestions for party mixes, and

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vegan burg-adillas. [maybe the best things ever?]

“This is the most delicious thing I have ever tasted. It’s better than steak.” – my sweet husband And if those words, straight from the mouth of my omnivorous fella, aren’t enough to convince you to try these, let me

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