Vegan Sugar Cookies
February 09 2016
This is my mom’s 50-year old recipe for sugar cookies, which I gave a vegan update. While they are certainly not healthy, I think it’s ok to splurge on something every once in awhile! And these heartfelt, home-made, hand-decorated cookies are certainly worth it.
Plant-Powered Giveaway with the California Dry Bean Growers Association
February 08 2016
I am so excited to bring you a fabulous, new giveaway for the month of February! I’ve partnered up with California Dry Bean Growers Association to bring you some amazing prizes—a FitBit and my book Plant-Powered for Life. All you have to do to win is enter the Rafflecopter form below, and follow the directions. Good luck!
February 07 2016
Here’s one of my favorite, delicious, plant-based recipes—just in time for Super Bowl. Bon appetit!
Science Saturday: Tree Nuts Lower Cholesterol
February 06 2016
Anyone who follows me knows how much of a nut fan I am. I recommend including 1-2 servings of these wholesome plant foods every day.
Plant-Powered Week in Photos: CIA Napa Valley Edition
February 05 2016
I just spent a glorious long weekend in one of my favorite places in the world: Napa Valley. Come see what I was up to with my week in photos!
7 Plant-Powered Super Bowl Party Recipes
February 04 2016
Super Bowl is coming! It’s the #1 party day of the year, and for many people it’s more about food than football. Sadly, traditional Super Bowl party foods tend to be laden with calories, leaving you struggling with your zipper the next day. But it doesn’t have to be that way!
In the Studio with Sharon: Dr. Joel Kahn
February 03 2016
I’m very excited to host Dr. Joel Kahn on my blog today. He’s a plant-based cardiologist whose personal mission is to prevent 1 million heart attacks over the next two years.
Make it the Year of the Pulse
February 02 2016
It’s the International Year of the Pulse, according to the UN. What’s so special about pulses that they deserve a whole year’s worth of celebration?
Celebrate Mandarins This Month!
February 01 2016
Indeed, mandarins are a special harbinger of winter-time joy. From now until June, take full advantage of enjoying mandarins’ vibrant colors, sweet flavors, and strong nutrition content, which provides more than the recommended daily value of vitamin C, as well as a source of folate, potassium, and vitamins B1 and B3.