Author Archives: Steph Tolino
This is a delicious, easy, super quick, and super versatile recipe. Have fun and like always, get creative with it! Ingredients -1 brick tempeh (this recipe can easily be halved, quartered, doubled, whatever you like!) -quarter red onion (or scallions- … Continue reading
Impress your guests with these delicious little appetizers. Or, ya know, eat them all by yourself. We don’t judge. You can even make a batch of these to reheat in the morning for a quick on-the-go breakfast. The spices can … Continue reading
BACON-LETTUCE-AVOCADO-TOMATO Ingredients 3 strips tempeh bacon (or marinade tempeh yourself in tamari and liquid smoke) handful of lettuce 1/2 sliced avocado a few slices of tomato sliced red onion I placed the above ingredients on a couple slices of ezekiel … Continue reading
Something about the wings today were incredible. Thank you, Food Swings. The menu and interior were revamped. Inside is now warm and red with quotes about compassion for animals by famous faces like Leonardo Di Vinci and Mahatma Gandhi. They … Continue reading
1) Sauté onion & garlic on stove. 2) Add your spices to pan to toast. I used an amazing green curry spice mix. I recommend getting a few curry spice blends as it makes Indian cooking so simple! Otherwise, add … Continue reading
Ingredients Ezekiel Bread Daiya Cream Cheese (you have to try this if you haven’t) Avocado Red Onion Tomato Just toast, then top!
Located on Main Street in Islip, New York, VegeFavor is a fairly new all-vegan Chinese food joint. With counter service and a huge seating area, this place is great for large groups. They have a great $7 combo deal if … Continue reading
The farmer’s market at Organics Today Farm was a huge success! The raw vegan nut-meat was a hit amongst omnivores and vegans alike. Thanks to everyone that came and supported!
While letting my portobello marinade in a pool of (1/4C) white wine, (2T) tamari, (2T) balsamic, some liquid smoke, and minced garlic, I prepped my veggies. Thinly sliced zucchini and diced peppers and onions sautéed on the stovetop. Before removing them … Continue reading