Breakfast on the go? Take a little jar of overnight oats.
Taco Tuesday is a real thing in my house. And this combo is up there with my all time fave meals. They are super easy – eggy tofu scramble, cheesy sauce, guacamole, cashew cream, scallions and tomatoes. Continue reading “Taco Tuesday: Breakfast Tacos”
When I got The First Mess Cookbook, the first recipe I made was the Bircher Breakfast. It is the author’s recipe for overnight oats. I didn’t know why it was called Bircher and she didn’t explain it, but being curious, I googled it. It turns out there was a guy named Maximilian Bircher-Benner, a pioneering physician and nutritionist, who created muesli, which consisted of apples, lemon juice, nuts, oats, milk and honey.
You guys! I have been writing this blog for 7 years. 7 years! I can hardly believe it. I have grown so much as a cook, writer and photographer. Thank you so much for being here, for connecting with me, and most importantly, for cooking my recipes. It means the world to me. Truly. And for my blogiversary, I have made some changes. Have you noticed?
As you know from reading this blog, there are a lot of new vegan cookbooks out there. I try to be as balanced and honest in my reporting as possible so that you can decide if that book is right for you. And today I’m talking about this new book Real Food, Really Fast: Delicious Plant-Based Recipes Ready in 10 Minutes or Less by Hannah Kaminsky.