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Tahini Thai Noodle and Veggie Bowl

Happy Mushroom Monday!

Today’s recipe is a fresh dish with lots of raw veggies and it’s perfect for Summer! This dish features a tahini dressing that is so delicious yet healthy, you’ll want to make this a staple in your house. Tahini is a subtle nutty spread that compliments dishes perfectly. If you haven’t tried tahini you are missing out! Today’s recipe is the perfect introduction to tahini!

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Mushroom and Spinach Stuffed Manicotti

Happy Mushroom Monday!

I am in LOVE with Italian cuisine! I mean who doesn't love cheese covered carbs and tomato goodness?! This week I'm going to share with you a recipe for a delicious take on an Italian classic--manicotti! My version is vegan and a lot healthier than the traditional recipe but you won't sacrifice any flavor, I promise!

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Creamy Tomato Pasta with Sauteed Peppery Mushrooms Recipe

Starting this week, there will be themed days to my blog posts so you all can have an idea of what exciting things to expect! Because of my (and my family's!) love of mushrooms I've devoted a whole day to mushrooms. So I want to say an official Happy Mushroom Monday! :)

Are you a pasta lover? Me too! With this recipe, there's no need to feel guilty. The tahini in this recipe packs it with protein, vitamin E and B vitamins, calcium, and the liver detoxifier Methionine. Add in the glorious and nutrient rich mushrooms which give high amounts of fiber B and D vitamins and are low in calorie.

Not only is this recipe healthy, it's delicious! Because who really wants to eat healthy if it doesn't taste great?! Not me!

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Mushroom "Steak" Sandwich with Spicy Chipotle Mayo and Sweet Potato Fries Recipe

It's the first day of "Mushroom Month" and I'm so thrilled! I have some amazing recipes I've created for you over the next few weeks. Welcome to week 1! :)

It may sound funny, but as a Mind Body Wellness Practitioner, vegan foodie, mom, and wife--I love delicious health food! And what makes it even more fun for me is when I can buy my ingredients locally. It's so important to source your food as locally as possible for many reasons. My favorite reason is local food has a shorter time between harvest and your table, and it is less likely that the nutrient value has decreased. This means it's healthier and has a fuller flavor because it's not sitting at the grocers for days (weeks?!) on end. Plus, buying locally grown food supports your local community's economy.

For this recipe, I picked up local mushrooms from the amazing Kitchen Pride Mushrooms, bread from a local bakery, and picked the tomato from my organic garden. It doesn't get any fresher!


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