This mashed cauliflower dish is heaven in a bowl. Cauliflower and potatoes combine with coconut milk to create a rich and creamy gluten- and dairy-free side for the holidays. And the nutritional yeast adds a significant boost of B vitamins.
Most of us grew up with the idea that milk and other dairy products were key to strong bones, sturdy muscles, and robust health. But as we learn about the health risks associated with dairy, more people are ditching it. If you’re one of them, here’s what you need to know about a dairy-free diet.
Rich in plant-based omega-3 fats, protein, and fiber, flax seeds and flax oil shine in this vegetarian entrée.
This easy, low-starch take on stuffed squash features ready-to-eat quinoa and fast-cooking zucchini for a vegetable-heavy, colorful app. Or substitute delicata squash for the zucchini for a more traditional winter squash dish.
This simple, pretty recipe roasts just the leaves of Brussels sprouts for a crispy, delicious Thanksgiving side.