If we never examine or give thought to our lives or the reasons why we do things, we are at the mercy of our reactions and whims. The subject of thinking, truly giving thought, is on my mind frequently. I don't think we as a species are taught to mindfully think about all that much, … Continue reading Why Do I Ride?
I realize that not everyone has Tempeh or Miso paste hanging out in their fridge, especially if you're not a vegan, However! Tempeh is Tofu's classier, tastier cousin -made from soybeans- and I highly suggest trying it out. It is a great source of protein and has a lovely, hearty texture. My Recipe is specifically … Continue reading Miso Tempeh
Gabe and I were strolling along the paths of Proceno, when I mentioned that I have trouble making decisions. This came as literally no surprise to him and no surprise to me. The "What do you want for dinner?" "I don't care, whatever you want" conversation was had a lot in our pre-travel days. However … Continue reading The Problem with Indecision
Ingredients:Olive Oil16 oz Rotini or Fusilli Pasta1 Onion, diced2 Zucchini, sliced into rounds and halved2 cloves garlic, minced¼ tsp chili pepperSaltPepperInstructions:1. In a medium pot, bring salted water to a boil. Add pasta, cook according to package directions. Drain, set aside.2. In a medium pan over medium heat, add a tablespoon of olive oil and … Continue reading Roasted Zucchini Pasta
This Vegan Pierogi Recipe looks complicated, but it's actually deceptively simple. You probably have all the ingredients in your pantry already! You can follow the dough recipe and fill with whatever you like, or try the Mushroom, Potato, and Onion Recipe Below. I liked this creation so much I made it twice in two weeks. … Continue reading Vegan Mushroom & Onion Pierogis