Immunity Bombs
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by Lisa
3M ago
Cold and flu season is HERE. It seems like everyone I know is some type of sick right about now, and I’ve (thus far) evaded it. And I think I partially have these cute, nutrient-dense immunity bombs to thank. I’ve seen some variation of these floating around on Instagram and I thought they were brilliant. Simple, effective ingredients that seem more potent than any store-bought herbal supplement and void of any potential synthetic chemicals. And I mostly just wanted a reason to use these heart molds, that I originally bought a year ago to make homemade treats for my chickens. Happy to finally ..read more
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Thanksgiving Meals!
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by Lisa
3M ago
If you weren’t already aware, Thanksgiving is my FAVORITE holiday. I’ve spent every year cooking massive amounts of food for people I love, typically with my favorite clients. When food is your love language, there’s nothing more fulfilling than feeding the people you are most grateful for. One of my favorite Thanksgivings was one I hosted a few years ago in Boulder, where I opened my doors to anyone in town, mostly friends of friends, or random acquaintances, and cooked for everyone who didn’t have a place to go. I loved sharing space with people I didn’t really know and bonding over a meal ..read more
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Maple Flax Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins
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by Lisa
3M ago
Though I will NEVER drink a pumpkin spice latte or any type of basic bitch Starbucks beverage in the fall, I do enjoy recipes that have REAL pumpkin in them. These muffins are crazy easy to make, and I whipped them up just using extra ingredients I had laying around. Feel free to sub raisins, walnuts or pecans in instead of chocolate chips! HAPPY HALLOWEEN! 1 cup oat milk or any non-dairy milk 3/4 cup pumpkin puree 1/4 cup melted vegan butter or coconut oil 1/3 cup maple syrup 2/3 cup coconut sugar or regular sugar 2 tbsp ground flaxseed 2 tsp pure vanilla extract 1 1/2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp ..read more
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Remember Me?
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by Lisa
3M ago
The other day, I got an email reminder to renew my domain subscription. My what now? I have a domain? Oh, yeah, that’s right. I used to blog! So here I am. Who knows if anyone else is. I don’t blame you if you’ve forgotten about me, too. I actually do have lots of recipes and product reviews lined up. And classic Lisa, life just always seems to get in the way. How do y’all do it? Handle life, jobs, relationships, keeping plants alive, cooking food, doing laundry, juggling houses, babies, all the things? These past 6 months in Boston have been a blur. Sometimes swimming in a sea of endless comf ..read more
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Wildwonder
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by Lisa
8M ago
Going along with more intuitive eating, sugar is off the table. Which, I hardly eat sugar, duh. BUT. My beloved kombucha is typically full of 16g or more. Even if it’s “organic”. Even if the added sugar is mostly just to feed to scoby. I’m finding that any traces of sugar, really mess me up, and I feel less than ideal after chugging my routine booch everyday. So what do I do for a replacement? Luckily, Wildwonder exists. And I’m so thrilled they do! The difference in how I feel after drinking a Wildwonder compared to drinking a regular booch is almost astounding. It could be the probiotic/pre ..read more
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Banana Breakfast Cookies
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by Lisa
9M ago
Here’s something I never thought I’d say. I’m kind of done with breakfast? OK, that sounded harsh. I’m done with EARLY breakfasts. Over the last couple years, I’ve been trying to get better about intuitive eating. About listening to my body. About not just sticking to labels and really noticing what foods vibe with my body and which don’t. And one of the biggest takeaways over is that a big breakfast, no matter how healthy, early in the morning, just does NOT set me up for success for the rest of the day. So my eating schedule goes something like this now: 7am: Oat milk coffee with protein pow ..read more
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Plant Pub
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by Lisa
9M ago
If you live in the Boston area and have been manifesting some new, incredible vegan options in the city, you’re finally getting your wish. Say hello to Plant Pub. Not only is this spot home to tons of incredible plant-based entrees, but they’re also offering some absolutely amazing beer options. I don’t know about you, but most vegan restaurants I’ve been to either: A: Don’t even offer alcohol or, B: Have sad beer or wine options, with an extremely limited drink menu Plant Pub is THE spot for massive burgers and chickn sandwiches, loaded pizzas, decadent desserts and all your favorite craft b ..read more
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Jack & Annie’s
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by Lisa
9M ago
If I HAD to recommend only one brand of vegan meats, Jack & Annie’s would be it. Only J & A could make jackfruit creations insanely delicious, mostly gluten-free and with minimal ingredients. I’m not the biggest jackfruit fan, but there is no way in hell, you’d have ANY clue that these addictive nuggets, meatballs and sausages were composed of them! I gotta be honest, in the midst of moving, traveling and cooking for other people, I’ve been fairly dependent on them. I adore their sausage links and sausage patties for a more filling breakfast sandwich on my early mornings. Their chicken ..read more
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O Organics Orange Tofu + Broccoli
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by Lisa
9M ago
Is it weird that one of my favorite things about relocating is experiencing new grocery stores and places to get food? Probably not, given my strange love for grocery shopping. And sure, it’s my JOB. Part of meal prepping for clients entails doing all their ingredient shopping. And given that almost everyone has defaulted to Instacart and wanting to avoid stores all together for the past two years, my superb grocery shopping skills and ability to know where to get the best deals is really a coveted need. And my new store of choice now that I’m back in Boston? Star Market! Who shockingly has RE ..read more
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Easiest Peanut Butter Protein Cookies + Life Update
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by Lisa
1y ago
Too many life updates and not enough recipes, Lisa! It seems like just a few posts ago, I let y’all know that I moved to Memphis. And surprise, I’m on the move again! This time sans boyfriend, cat or chickens. The past month has been a wild, exhausting, heartbreaking time, but also filled with so much love, support and relief from people I love in Colorado and Boston. Though it was incredibly hard to end a two-year relationship, rehome my bird and pack up my life for what feels like the millionth time in the past few years, I’m excited to head back to…. BOSTON! Initially, it felt like a huge r ..read more
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