Thursday, December 07, 2006


this is very good for smoothies. we made bread with it once.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

vegan dinner

vegan dinner

vegan dinner

vegan dinner

vegan dinner

vegan dinner

vegan dinner

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

vegan spinach yeast TVP sunshine burger yellow wax bean bowl

organic spinach
organic textured vegetable protein
organic yellow wax beans
organic original flavor sunshine burger
organic nutritional yeast
organic okra - optional

place raw spinach on bottom of a giant bowl. cook the sunshine burger by directions on package. cut burger into grape sized pieces. place yellow wax beans and okra in a bowl with a little water and microwave until hot. put sunshine burger, yellow wax beans, and okra over the spinach in giant bowl. pour nutritional yeast over everything. add TVP over the yeast and mix it around a little.

Monday, December 04, 2006

vegan burger yeast pea carrots

organic vegan burger
organic brewer's yeast
organic peas
organic carrots

put a little water on the vegan burger in a bowl and put it in the microwave. cut the steamy hot vegan burger into pieces the size of grapes. pour brewer's yeast on the pieces and move it around a little. then put peas and carrots in the microwave and put the steamy hot peas and carrots next to the brewer's yeast-coated vegan burger pieces in the bowl. add a little salt or pepper maybe to the peas and carrots.

vegan spinach yeast bowl

organic baby spinach
organic nutritional yeast

pour a giant bag of baby spinach in a giant bowl. pour two scoops of nutritional yeast over the spinach. make spoons with the spinach leaves and eat them with the yeast in the spoon part or push the spinach around in the yeast and eat it.

if you are trying to increase your metabolism it is better to eat the spinach raw. raw foods naturally contain enzymes that aid in digestion, speeding up the process. cooking the spinach destroys over half of the enzymes, making it harder to digest and slowing your metabolism.

Sunday, December 03, 2006

vegan okra yeast bowl

organic nutritional yeast
organic okra

use the microwave so you don't lose nutrients into the water that you'd have to drain if you boiled. put the okra in the microwave until it is very hot. use a giant bowl. okra should fill the entire bowl, which should be gigantic. then put nutritional yeast on the okra. nutritional yeast has 4g fiber and 8g protein and 45 calories for one scoop. it's good to make a giant bowl of this.

Friday, December 01, 2006

vegan brown rice

organic brown rice
organic dill weed
organic chopped red onion
organic thyme
organic garlic
organic hijiki seaweed
optional nutritional yeast

cook rice by directions on package. add everything at the same time in whatever amounts you want.

the FDA claims that hijiki seaweed should not be consumed regulary due to the high amounts of arsenic present in the vegetable which can increase risk of cancer. don't worry about that. we are all going to get cancer eventually. it has 6g of fiber per 30 calories.