You have shown that Asia, and above all Korea, is leading the way forward. Now seize the moment and set the direction. The Korean Wave should be the start of a new world for all of us.
You might resolve to make them once a week as a vegetarian respite from other omnivore endeavors.
Whether your idea of getting some R&R is lying on a tropical beach or hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro, make it a point to make the plan and stick to it. You will be glad you did. Here's to the year of breaking free for some adventure!
Combine all ingredients in a large bowl; gently toss to combine. Transfer to a large baking sheet; bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown and tender. Remove from oven; set aside to cool before serving.
A plant based lifestyle is at your fingertips! In this video, I share one of my favorite juicing recipes with fresh farmers market ingredients that on...
I love ratatouille, a French vegetable stew typically made with garlic, yellow summer squash and/or zucchini, onions, peppers, eggplant and tomatoes.
My biggest concern is that solely focusing on weight impedes the health movement's progress. Such a clinical and quantitative frame gives very little thought to -- and leaves no room for a conversation about -- socio-political and environmental factors that pose a threat to our health.
If you wanted to ensure a report gets buried, a good time to release it would be the Friday before a holiday week. That the FTC released its latest report on marketing to children then speaks volumes about how seriously the Obama administration is taking this intractable problem.
In 2013, allow yourself your favorite comfort foods, but find healthier ways of eating them. Cooking these dishes for yourself is a start.
A recent one-month stay in Taiwan convinced me that this country is doing all the right things to cultivate an eco-friendly nation.
Here's a quick n' easy recipe that you can whip up in a few minutes with your leftover holiday candy canes!
There really isn't much to say about split pea soup that you probably don't already know. It's hearty. It's savory. It's comforting. But split pea stew? Take everything you know about its soup sister and triple it.
Gerald Lieberman wrote, "Vegetarian: A person who eats only side dishes," in reference to dining out at restaurants. And if you are a vegetarian, you know what he means.
Over Thanksgiving, I was invited to dinner at the home of a friend. At least two of my fellow guests were vegetarians, so could I "bring some vegetarian sides?" I turned to the Internet for help and purchased a copy of Veggies for Carnivores by Lora Krulak.
Perhaps the unpleasant memory of making a meaty meal had faded from my mind, or maybe I missed having more options on my menu. Either way, it was a personal decision to give up meat and an entirely new one when I reintroduced it to my diet.
While efforts to rein in junk food marketing to children have been unsuccessful at the federal level so far, cities can still engage in several local strategies to protect both children and adults from the adverse health impacts of fast food.