How to Begin a Whole Food Plant Based Lifestyle

Author channel Jeanne Schumacher - Starch Queens   3 год. назад

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MEAL PREP WITH ME! whole foods plant based

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Sweet Potato Flatbread (Roti) | Oil-free + Yeast-free + Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe

✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Flatbread : In one of my What I Ate Wednesday videos, I presented these sweet potato flatbreads with mashed avocados as what I ate for breakfast on that day ( I have had quite a few requests for the recipe since then. So, I thought I'd share the recipe; it is such an easy one with just two ingredients. Who doesn't like a two-ingredient recipe?! One important procedure in this recipe is to use the sweet potato while it is hot. The heat makes a much softer roti. By the way, white sweet potatoes would also work well in this recipe although the dough may require a tablespoon of water added in as white sweet potatoes tend to be a little drier than the orange ones. These sweet potato rotis also keep well in an airtight container for the next day. Reheating them on a tawa or skillet brings their softness back. They go well with sweet as well as savoury fillings. I do suggest you pair them with some spicy curry as their subtle sweetness makes a palatable contrast. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ✿ ▶ Concerning Gluten-Free options: I have experimented with a store-bought gluten-free flour blend but it didn't work well. It had a blend of rice flour, tapioca flour, cornstarch and some gum. Some people have tried with chickpea flour+millet mix and they said they obtained some decent results although they had to do smaller ones because they were a bit more tricky to handle. Other people have tried with coconut flour and reported that the rotis turned out good enough although they had to keep flouring them when rolling them out. I suggest if you using one of these gluten-free flours/mix, you try roll then out in between 2 sheets of parchment or wax paper. I haven't made these with any other gluten-free flour for myself but if I do find a gluten-free blend that works, I will update this. ✿ Help Veganlovlie Grow ✿ ▶ Like, comment and share this video. It means a lot to us. ▶ Subscribe to the channel for more free recipes. Don't forget to enable your notifications so that you don't miss any uploads. It's the little bell icon besides the channel name once you subscribe. \(✿◠‿◠)/ __ ✿ SIGN UP FOR UPDATES -- when we upload new recipes, cooking tips and other resources -- ▶ ✿ LET'S CONNECT ON SOCIAL MEDIA ▶ Facebook - ▶ Twitter - ▶ Instagram - ▶ Pinterest - ▶ Google+ - ✿ SUPPORT US If you would like to support this channel, you can make a donation via: ▶ Paypal - ✿ OUR WEBSITE ▶ ❤❤ Teenuja (◕‿◕✿) + Kevin ⊂◉‿◉つ Special thanks: Cameraman: Kevin Mangaroo ( Audio credit: Already There - Josh Woodward ( Beachfront Celebration - Kevin MacLeod ( #veganlovlie #veganrecipes #vegetarianrecipes

Grocery Shopping on a Plant Based Diet Made Easy!

Eating a healthy, successful plant-based diet requires a bit of planning. Here is a quick video on how to make sure you buy all the grocery items you need every week without making elaborate lists. This is good for people that don't have a ton of time to plan meals, but still want to eat healthy. I have a list of "food groups" in my mind and whenever I go to the grocery store. Here they are: 1) Greens!!!! (The king of food.) -for salads, smoothies, andcooking 2) Colorful vegetables -for salads, cooking, and snacks -always include avocado 3) Fruits -frozen and fresh 4) Beans / Lentils -canned or dry 5) Nuts / Seeds / Dry Fruits -raw and unsalted only -dry fruits unsweetened when possible 6) Grains and Bread -rice, pasta, quinoa, etc. 7) Non-Dairy Milk -soy, hemp, almond, etc.! 8) Condiments and Treats -almond butter, salad dressing, dark chocolate, unsalted corn chips, salsa, hummus, etc. [9) Sprouts -when available or sprout myself] I alternate between Trader Joe's and Sprouts. With these guidelines in mind, I buy items from each food group so that I can easily prepare all the foods I eat in my daily diet. I am always optimizing for a combination of efficiency, health, and economy.

Plant-Based demonstration cooking

Demonstration cooking of plant-based recipes by chef Jon Wheeler and Dr. Rajiv Misquitta

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