Earlier this week, I participated in the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Twitter Chat about eating during and after cancer treatment. It was a super engaging… continue reading
Butternut Squash Soup In addition to fall being synonymous with pumpkin, I also happen to believe that it is synonymous with soup. Oh soup. As… continue reading
Today’s recipe comes from Cook For Your Life, a Silver Lined website whose mission is “to improve the health of people touched by cancer by giving… continue reading
My new favorite cookbook is The Conscious Cook by Tal Ronnen. I first learned about it when I attended a very fancy-schmancy dinner. At the… continue reading
After this holiday season of eating and drinking and indulging (including another batch of Maggie’s Pineapple Casserole), it’s time to jump back on the vegan… continue reading
As I prepare for my 1/2 Marathon this Sunday, I am thinking about what I’m going to eat before and after the run. I am a big fan of Brendan Brazier who is a professional triathlete (can you imagine?!?) and a two-time Canadian 50 km Ultra Marathon Champion (that is OVER 100 miles, in case you were wondering!). In addition to his studley athleticism, he is also a vegan. Super cool Silver Lining.
Last week, some girlfriends came over to cook a bunch of vegan, gluten free dishes. One of which is an outrageously good marinara sauce. Hope you enjoy!
As you all know by now, I’m about 85% Vegan. However, two to three times per week I eat fish and goat cheese. After being… continue reading
As I have mentioned here many times, I am about 90% Vegan (at the pleading of my oncologic nutritionist, I have wild caught fish once… continue reading
As a (90%) Vegan (at the recommendation of my oncology nutritionist-& my taste buds!-I do eat fish occasionally), I’m constantly on the search for yummy,… continue reading