Quinoa Black Bean & Veggie Burgers

Sink your teeth into this. These tasty quinoa and black bean burgers may make you reconsider ever eating meat again. Just eat more veggies! Honestly, they will never be as good as SUPERIORITY BURGER (tasty East Village Vegan burger joint) but we can try by making this recipe! Veggie Burgers, What Up? Ingredients: 1 can black beans, rinsed and drained 1/4 cup quinoa 1/2 cup … Continue reading Quinoa Black Bean & Veggie Burgers

Meal Preppin’ on a Monday

I’m sharing two easy recipes for you to meal prep all week long! These recipes pack a ton of protein, veggies, and flavor to keep you from feeling bored. Are you ready for healthy eating all week long? Hard boiled Eggs & Veggies  Protein-packed, low carb, and surprisingly filling.  1. Hard boil 6-8 eggs for the week. These are easy protein sources that you can eat … Continue reading Meal Preppin’ on a Monday

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Garden Tomato Basil Soup & Other Musings

Yesterday I noticed that my basil and small tomatoes were growing like weeds. If I didn’t trim the basil, it would continue to grow straight up, become too tall and heavy, and potentially greet my neighbors upstairs. See: What I’ve Learned About Growing Herbs: Part II. As with all herbs, I’ve learned that you want to cut the herb just above a set of growing … Continue reading Garden Tomato Basil Soup & Other Musings

5 Tips for Falling into Autumn… Gracefully

Originally posted on mbeewell:
It’s officially fall, which means it’s time to take a look back at summer, embrace the memories, and then embrace the present – chilly nights, sweaters, root vegetables, and all. As much as I love summer’s hot nights, muggy days, and piercing sun, there’s something about fall’s crisp air that reinvigorates you after the lazy, hazy days of summer. The sun… Continue reading 5 Tips for Falling into Autumn… Gracefully

Why New York is Better than Los Angeles

“When its 100 degrees in New York, it’s 72 in Los Angeles. When its 30 degrees in New York, in Los Angeles it’s still 72. However, there are 6 million interesting people in New York, and only 72 in Los Angeles.” – Neil Simon New York City is the greatest city in the world. After coming back from a week long trip to California, Los … Continue reading Why New York is Better than Los Angeles