The easiest way to cheer up your kitchen in the middle of winter? Grow herbs indoors. With a few fresh sprigs at your fingertips, you can add instant flavor to everything from smoothies to soups. Here are our best tips to ensure you’ll have a steady supply all season long.
Watch this video to learn how to prepare pizza dough from an expert.
Watch this video to learn the easiest way to peel and cut a mango like a pro.
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Got more kale than you can handle? Enough chili to feed an army? Fear not! You can save just about anything if you freeze it for later. The trickier part: not neglecting what you’ve frozen. Here are a few simple tricks and ideas to get you started.
Trading edibles may be a time-honored school ritual, but adults looking for more variety in their menus are getting into the act too. Options include food swaps, package swaps, garden swaps, and community-supported agriculture box swaps. Take your pick, and start swappin’.
Get out your baking sheet and preheat your oven: it's veggie-roasting season! Here are six simple steps to roasting success (plus recipes).
Want to really impress your honey on Valentine's Day? Whip up a batch of chocolate-dipped delights. Here are a few expert tips (and recipes!) to ensure success.
Who says you need beefy loaded nachos and buffalo wings to throw a crowd-wowing Super Bowl party? You can easily make meatless versions of game-day classics that carnivores and vegetarians alike will love. Here are a few of our favorite party-worthy eats.
Eating vegan or vegetarian doesn't have to cost a bundle. Here are a few tried-and-true ways (and recipes!) to help you save at the supermarket while still loading up on plenty of nutritious, organic meatless foods.
Watch this video from blogger Jenné Claiborne to learn how to make your own almond butter—you'll never go back to the store-bought variety! Enjoy it on sliced apples, spoon it onto bite after bite of a banana, dollop a tablespoon or two into your favorite smoothie to add protein and creaminess, use it to coat baked kale chips, and much more.
Opposites often attract, and in a mostly omnivorous world, it’s not surprising that vegetarians aren’t exclusively dating one another. Want to make it work across the dietary divide? We asked Ayindé Howell and Zoë Eisenberg, co-authors of The Lusty Vegan, for their best relationship survival advice.