1 0 23-03-2017
  1. What do you do with leftover rice? Make a (no)SUSHI bowl of course! On a bed of rice we added: crumbled nori (seaweed), avocado, julienned carrots and cukes, vegan shrimp from the vegetarian store, just mayo mixed with some siracha, drizzle of soy sauce (we used liquid aminos), and some Sesame seeds! Easy and super filling, enjoy! . . . #vegansofig #vegan #plantbased #foodblogger #ahealthynut #bestofvegan #letscookvegan #whatveganseat #veganaf #veganlifestyle #veganvibes #veganfood #feedfeedvegan #nomnomnom #feedfeed #healthy #friendsnotfood #veganrecipe #vegetarian #yeg #yegvegan #govegan #vegancommunity #vegansofinstagram #instafood #instahealth #hclf #ricebowl #sushi #avocado

11 1 23-03-2017
  1. Sometimes you just want an extra basic lunch like homemade split pea soup with an extra basic salad. I know some of my food might look like it takes a lot of work, but most of these meals are quick and simple! I just enjoy trying to make food look pretty and taking pictures of it because that's just the creative side in me coming out. โ€ข Someone recently told me that they need to eat healthy, but they don't know how to do it or how to enjoy it. This is something I hear from a lot of people. To be honest, it takes a lot steps, but don't be discouraged! Sometimes I forget where I came from, but I grew up on the average American diet: fast food, junk food, sugary drinks, low fiber, high meat, the whole cha cha, so it definitely was not a quick process for me to get where I am now. Start with your favorite foods and make small substitutions to them. That's how I got started. I know nutrition can be confusing as hell being so ever changing with it's constant research and each person is different, but there are some things most can agree on: Load up on a variety of fruits and especially vegetables (you can start by making a smoothie a day or by making sure you always a have a fruit/vegetable on your plate), lower your meat consumption, keep the processed foods to a minimum and make sure you can read everything in the label (Real food ingredients only), cut back on added sugars and fried foods (SUPER important and yay for the new nutrition facts label where you'll easily be able to read how much is added sugar is in a product๐Ÿ˜†), and cook/prepare most of your meals at home. Don't be hard on yourself by cutting everything out at once. It just creates the whole restrictโ† binge cycle. You must take it step by step and start paying attention to how your body feels after you eat. There's a million of things I have to say, but that's where healthy eating starts, if that helps๐Ÿ’• โ€ข Also, I know I tag a lot of my favorite brands, but they are not requirement for a healthy diet whatsoever. That's just me nerding out on new/trendy health products. I have an easy access to this stuff so I love trying them out. REAL FOOD is all you will ever need!๐ŸŒถ๐Ÿฅ•๐ŸŒ๐Ÿฅ’๐Ÿ†