December 27, 2012

Rabbit Food… Here I Come

a vegetarian/vegan soup

One of my favorite TV shows is Portlandia, mainly because it’s so brilliantly deranged. One of my favorite segments  of the show involves a hipster character riding his bike around Portland screaming things like “Bicycle Rights!” and “Go vegan!” I always laughed at that clip, but soon I’ll be joining the ranks of the vegan community.

The reasons I’m doing it are not health-related and I’m certainly not trying to convert the world, so I won’t be shoving it on others. I will be taking you through my transition from a meat-loving carnivore to what I can only imagine is a grass-eating rabbit. A skinny grass-eating rabbit, but still a grass-eating rabbit. I love jumping off the cliff of my comfort zone, so here we friggin’ go.  Read the rest of this entry »

March 9, 2011

Meatless Lenten Dinners

Lent has officially begun for all Christians, and though I’m not completely abstaining from meat like I have in past years, I am going meatless on Wednesdays and Fridays. I don’t eat too much meat as it is, but I still want to join part in Lent somehow.

I know many people are actually giving up chocolate, and some are giving up all sweets! Wow! I don’t thnik I could stick it out for 40+ days without a little piece of chocolate! Meat, however, is a different story. If you’re skipping out on meat for Lent, check out some of the most simple Lenten dinners you can prepare.
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December 30, 2010

Get Healthy in 2011!


The New Year is here and it’s time to start sticking to your resolutions! If you’re determined to drop a few pounds this year, Recipe4Living is here to help! We have put together three collections of healthy recipes that will get you on your way to a healthier you in 2011. Containing sugar-free desserts, low-fat dinners, and high fiber eats, these New Year’s Resolution recipe collections will help keep you on track.
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December 29, 2010

5 Indian Appetizers To Try In The New Year


When the New Year begins, we all seem to have tons of resolutions, including eating healthier, trying new foods and cooking more. Well, I have an interesting resolution for the foodies out there. Pick an ethnic cuisine, and make a resolution to try 5 recipes from that cuisine throughout the year. If you’ve already mastered a couple cuisines already, here’s your next test: Indian food. Here are five easy appetizer/snack recipes that you can test yourself with in 2011.
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