For this #MeatlessMonday we’re trying out the trendy Cauliflower “Wing” – the perfect addition to game night or summer potluck. We tested out hot for food’s recipe, and let’s just say – it was good!
Tasty Tuesday… because any day can be a meatless day!
It has been a bit rainy around here lately. And I know summer isn’t always the most ideal time for soup, but for rainy days in, it is perfect. I mean an excuse to snuggle up in bed and watch some Netflix, yes please.
This recipe was actually adapted from Hot for Food’s Tortilla Soup Recipe. Thank you Lauren for doing so much magic in the kitchen. You rock.
This week’s #MeatlessMonday recipe is the perfect prep-ahead meal that makes Monday just a little more bearable. Plus this Mushroom Tofu Stir-fry might be even better as leftovers, meaning your Tuesday lunch just got a whole lot more exciting.
The long weekend is upon us and you know what that means – BBQ time! If you’re looking for the perfect grillable veggie burger for the cottage, a backyard get-together with friends, or any night of the week, look no further! The Ladies of Sustainability have found it for you! This burger is flavourful, nutritious, and totally satisfying to meat eaters, veggies, and vegans alike. My favourite part of this recipe is that the ingredient list consists of items I always have. The recipe is adapted from Minimalist Baker’s Grillable Veggie Burger with a few changes of my own.
Over the weekend, the Ladies of Sustainability tested out three different vegan recipes for baking and decided to put them all into one place for your #meatlessmonday use! Enjoy!
Hello all. We at the Sustainability office would like to cordially invite you to another wonderfully tasty Tuesday! So please, put your treacherous, toilsome, tasks aside and make your way for a Meatless Monday, or should I say Meatless One day that is based on a favourite comfort food but made a lot healthier and a lot more… well vegan!
Macaroni and “Cheese” just got a lot less cheesy!
On the Menu today…..None other than the scrumptious Chana Masala!
If you are not familiar with this dish, it is basically a delicious tomato based Indian chickpea stew, probably one of my favourite things on the menu when I get Indian food, and now I’ve figured out a way to make some for myself. Continue reading “Chana Masala”