Yes, you can make microwave popcorn on your own with just a brown paper bag. No artificial colors. No fake butter. No nasty preservatives. Bring on your next Netflix binge!
All the crunch and saltiness and satisfaction of your fave packaged potato chips. None of the icky preservatives, unhealthy fats, and other unconscionable additives.
Simple and impressive and ready in less time than it takes to run and buy marinated olives. That’s what we call honest entertaining.
Make your own homemade peanut butter with ease thanks to a nifty, easy technique. Food processor required.
These lotus root chips are vaguely nutty, slightly sweet, and impossible to stop nibbling. An excellent and unexpected party trick for all occasions.
An easy technique lands you a stash of dried citrus to fancy up all manner of everyday cooking and baking.
Making maple sugar at home isn’t difficult or tricky or fearsome. It’s actually crazy simple. And ridiculously tasty.
We’re convinced this is the best cashew milk recipe on the planet. Includes dates for sweetness and is perfect in coffee.
We got nothing against the Larabars we’ve been noshing for years, save for the fact that they’re not homemade. Until now.
A Japanese classic turned vegan, this miso soup is so quick and lovely we suspect no one will ever notice the difference.
Rich, creamy, and divine. It also just happens to be paleo, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, kid-friendly, and adult-approved.
A simple yet stunning technique for steamed whole cauliflower that’s making even veggie haters proclaim it awesome.
Suffice it to say, these are the sweetly spiced nuts we’ll be setting out at cocktail parties and gifting this holiday season.
GF? Yep. Paleo? Yeah, that too. Devoid of anything that would offend a vegan? Check. Talk about a recipe for a happy Thanksgiving.
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