One of the recipes I made several times on The Eczema Diet is the sesame-free hummus. I make it with several types of beans and also like to bring it to parties and potlucks with celery sticks and crackers. Before going on a stricter salicylate-free version of the diet, I made this delicious dip with beet in it. Roasted beet and garlic give a lovely
Well it’s been a long time! I haven’t posted much this whole year. I’ve been on The Eczema Diet (could be considered an elimination diet) and honestly, I didn’t feel like writing about it. But I did make a couple recipes I wanted to post and now is finally the time they are going to be published! I’ve had eczema since I was born. It
I tend to go through phases for homemade milk. I’ll make some plain homemade almond milk for a couple weeks, and then go back to the convenience of buying the store-bought stuff. Although the homemade milk if a thousand times better, it does take a bit of time and planning (not that much, but still), and it doesn’t stay fresh for long. What I do
Every time I make kale chips, I think that I don’t make them often enough; it is so easy to make, and such a great snack! I usually make more of a cheesy flavour, but wanted to experiment with some other flavours. I first made these amazing thai ginger kale chips from Meghan Telper, which are a bit sweet, and have a delicious ginger flavor
Who says you can’t have cheese as a vegan? You can definitely have delicious cheese! I tried some of the regular processed vegan cheeses available in most grocery stores and I have to say I am not a fan of most. Although I do have phases (lazy phases) when I’ll buy some to make grilled-cheeses, the ingredients alone make it a no-go as a staple.