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.
For a vegetarian or vegan living—and dining—in a non-veg world, obligatory engagements at less-than-veg-friendly eateries can be tricky. Many veg newbies fear that giving up animal products means giving up all appearances of normalcy at family, social, and work gatherings that involve eating. That’s not true. It takes a little know-how, but vegetarians and vegans can dine well almost anywhere—even at a steakhouse.
Chef Jennifer Iserloh explains how much kale you should eat and how to make it even healthier.