Just in time for the holidays, we have a vegetarian twist on the traditional French cassoulet! Traditional cassoulets are made with white beans and meat confit, sausages, etc. but we are far from traditional here at Vegiholic!
It’s KITCHEN TOOL TIME, Vegiholics! I’ve always wanted to be the token tool girl so let me live out my dreams my way. We’re about to make your cooking life a lot easier. Chef Jeanine and I threw together a handful of our kitchen must-haves just for you. With the holiday season right around the corner…
Artichokes may be a winter flower bud but with all of its health and skin benefits, it’s a Vegiholic favorite for your upcoming summer bod!
The sun is shining that means a wonderful thing: FESTIVAL SEASON. “One thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” (Thank you, Bob Marley.) As Vegiholics, we want you to keep your energy up, hydration level high, and to be able to dance your days/nights away without worrying about your health.
There’s no denying that we Vegiholics like to party. That being said, it’s crucial to stay hydrated while dehydrating (alcohol dehydrates!). Coconut water is over 95% water (*4% carbohydrates with protein/total fat content under 1% each*) and 100% AMAZE. Prepare and enjoy these delicious cocktails for spring/summer!
“Live Naturally magazine has one simple goal: to help you live a healthy, vibrant and balanced lifestyle … every day” so it’s no wonder why we are so obsessed with it. Vegiholic is featured in the new Spring 2017 edition of Live Naturally magazine!
Can we just talk about my new found love for Ramen and how much money I’ve spent Postmating it? UNTIL NOW. It’s great for a sick day, a rainy day, a hungover day or a SunDAY. Or, any day. Don’t get it twisted – Vegiholic Ramen is nothing like that 99 cent crap that’s high in fat and…
When you thought by being a Vegiholic you couldn’t have French Onion Soup (that actually TASTES like French Onion Soup), you were wrong. Proof? We even fooled a meat-eater. For your next dinner party, create this appetizer and watch your guests question if you are still a vegetarian.
Whether or not you believe the hype that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”, it just IS. How you start your day can set the mood for your day.
Commercial rent is expensive (no doubt about that) but WHY can’t I get lunch for under $15?! Hah – let’s say $20 or $30, really. Did the quality of food get that much better throughout the years?