You requested it and celebrity vegan chef Jason Wrobel delivered with a recipe for mouth-watering, meatless nachos. To make the “meat,” begin by adding walnut pieces to a food processor. Add in coriander seed, cumin, coconut aminos, and black pepper. Give that a go in the processor until it’s a good beefy texture (make sure not to over-process).
Tropical, exotic, sweet yet buttery and deeply colored, the papaya is a fruit that was referred to as the “fruit of the angels” by Christopher Columbus. While papayas can be found in produce sections year-round, they seasonally peak in early summer and fall. However, today we’re talking about something other than the smooth orange flesh of the papaya
Celebrity vegan chef, Jason Wrobel, gives us a fresher take on traditional hummus with his oil-free edamame hummus. This super delicious, super easy recipe replaces the usual garbanzo beans with non-GMO, organic edamame.
This Quinoa Pilaf is my favorite post-yoga dish. It’s a treat to the taste buds, provides the right kind of carbs and protein to fuel your stretched muscles, is full of good-for-you Omega 3 fats that keep your energy up and your stomach satisfied, and is rich in fiber to aid in regular and healthy elimination.
In this entertaining vegan recipe demo, celebrity raw vegan chef and TV host Jason Wrobel shows us how to make a super easy, fully raw, alkalizing pear & pecan salad. This recipe includes tons of healthy, delicious ingredients that can help alkalize your body and keep you nice and healthy. Delicious, crunchy, fresh goodness just for you.
Celebrity vegan chef Jason Wrobel serves up some old school Puerto Rican flavor with these yummy plantains with coconut whipped cream. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy a taste of the islands. The only downside to this recipe—it disappears way too quickly!
After the Spaniards introduced the tomato to Europe, it is said that the cooks aboard Neapolitan ships created this sauce by combining garlic, onions, tomatoes, and spices. This food item worked nicely at sea because it didn’t spoil easily due to the high acidity and contained no meat product. While tradition teaches using fresh tomatoes, the popular quick fix is to use canned tomatoes, but as we’ve learned, the health risks greatly outweigh the convenience. Here’s how to make your own deliciously fresh organic tomato sauce in the crock pot.
Culinary superstar Jason Wrobel, aka J-Wro, throws his hat into the ring and serves up a plate of organic jackfruit tacos. Time for an education break! Jackfruit is native to parts of South and Southeast Asia, and is the largest tree-born fruit, some reaching as much as 80 pounds! Its flavor is comparable to a combination of apple, mango, banana, and pineapple when ripe. They taste more like chicken when green. So how can you go wrong? Okay, back on track.
Zain Saraswati Jamal shares her delicious and healthy Ketchup Kale Chip recipe! This easy snack will satisfy your cravings while keeping your waistline in check. Enjoy them on their own, sprinkled on salads, or as a side dish to your favorite meals.
Marinated and grilled artichokes are a deliciously fresh spring-time recipe sure to have you coming back for more! Artichoke hearts are available year-round in the canning isle and provide a filling meal for vegetarians and vegans. (Look for either glass jars or BPA free cans.)