This is a vegan twist on a the classic Thai coconut soup. It’s creamy, sour, spicy, and has more flavor than you could ever imagine.
Portobello fajitas are the perfect vegan entree. They are filling and packed with robust flavors, and they are ready in 30 minutes.
If you thought that comfort couldn’t come in a bowl, think again. This soup is alkalizing, nutrient-dense, and supports a healthy immune system.
Have you been out in the sun lately? Studies show that low levels of vitamin D may decrease immune function, increasing your risk of respiratory illnesses.
Take your taste buds on a tour of the Mediterranean with this raw take on a classic shawarma wrap. Can you handle all of this flavor?
Marinated in a tart, herbaceous balsamic marinade, these grilled portobellos make for a light and meaty entree or perfect side dish.
Don’t dread Thanksgiving if you are on a raw food diet. There are many healthy recipes, like this raw gravy, to help you make it through.
Trying to stay warm on a raw foods diet? Treat yourself to this “meaty” mushroom meal that is the perfect party appetizer or entree for 4!
Halloween dishes can be fun to look at and even more fun to eat. This flavorful mushroom dish will be the highlight of a Halloween party.
Shepherd ‘s pie is a fantastic dinner in these cold winter months. It’s warm and hearty and easy to cook. Unfortunately, most Shepard’s pie isn’t vegetarian. But this recipe is.
This may be one of the most creative and delicious vegan burgers that you will ever eat. Each bite bursts with more flavors than the last!
Whether you love potstickers as a vegan main course or as savory snack, these mushroom-plumped potstickers are delicious and easy to make.
The classic combination of mushrooms and spinach is always a winner. The sun-dried tomatoes & parsley help establish irresistible flavors.
The inflammation from meningitis typically induces headaches or flu-like symptoms. Attack the problem before it worsens with these remedies.
Most other countries around the world have far fewer instances of cancer and chronic disease than in America. However, bring those people to the US and have them swap out their diet for ours and their rates...