12 Delicious Tofu & Tempeh Recipes Even Meat-Eaters will Love — If you’re new to plant-based proteins, these healthy and delicious recipes are the perfect introduction. You won’t even miss the meat!
Happy Friday friends!
I haven’t been this happy to see the weekend for a good 7 days or so. But alas it’s here, and I’m celebrating with what else than a roundup of fermented soy foods!
Seriously though, I haven’t done a roundup in a while, and I wanted to spread my love for tempeh recipes with those who may not even know how to pronounce it, let alone know what it is or what to do with it.
It’s tem-pay by the way! And yes, it is fermented soy beans, but that means it’s full of protein AND probiotics! Double win.
So I’m sharing some of the best ways to prepare tempeh and it’s vanilla cousin tofu that will seriously change your mind about plants. Lessgo!
Happy Fri-yay morning my little nutritional sinners!
Can I get an ay-men for the weekend up in the blog?!
I’m hoping to be dancing the weekend away since the annual Old Port Fest is hap-nin here in Portland. My hipster side can’t wait to see Kaleo perform, while my inner tween is ready to rock out with Karmin. FO FREAKIN FREE! Can. Not. Wait.
But in the meantime, let’s get my liver primed and ready to go for the show. Three to get ready, and four to go.
..I’m talking about sangria glasses in case you were wondering. Three for the pre-party, and four to go. #RoadieSodies. #JustKiddingIdbeOrangeistheNewBlackedOut
What do you get when you cross a weekend with a holiday?
A double shot (hold the foam) dose of FRIYAY!
Bring on the lobstah rolls, ice cream cones, and steamers, because it is oh-ficcially summer time in Maine!
…granted it will most likely be 50 degrees on Tuesday, but we don’t need those vibe killers, cuz it’s a three day weekend up in here!
Another sure sign of summer in my books is the next best combo since PB&J. Straw to the rhubarb.
Ever since my bakery job in high school, where I made it my personal vendetta to find the strawberry rhubarb square with the highest filling to crust ratio, I was hooked. It’s sweet, it’s tangy, and tastes like a bite of summer.
So I put together a list of awesome rhu-berry recipes to enjoy the bounty of the season right now…except I didn’t include pie. Been there, ate that. It’s time to explore 25 more wonders that this power couple is capable of.