My sister came over for the evening last night, and it struck me that our meal was quite green in color.
While she is not a vegetarian, my sister makes a point of eating very healthfully. Since we have similar taste (in just about everything, it seems), having dinner with her is usually awesome. Sushi, Indian, vegetarian sub sandwiches and seafood pastas are among the favorites, and we do well eating in or out.
This time, we stayed in, and threw together a hearty but healthy meal with ingredients I had and a few things she grabbed from the store. Oh, and wine. We were raised (responsibly) with the idea that a nice dinner simply isn’t complete without a glass of wine.
Filed under Health, Recipes
I am not a vegan. The main reason for this is that I love eggs so much. Also, I imagine being truly vegan is incredibly time consuming. And a lot of stuff vegans don’t eat is actually pretty good for us.
But I can get behind the whole cutting out dairy thing.
I know – insane. Who could live without cheese or Alfredo sauce or ice cream? And I’m talking the real stuff, not vegan versions made with soy or whatever.
However, while I am not living without these things, I do live with a lot less of them than I used to.
Biggest difference? Way. Better. Digestion. Waybetter.
I’m still trying to get in the habit of posting at least once a week, and this week I’m pushing it with two.
But this one’s a cheat. I’m sending you to a recipe that I used for our Father’s Day salad buffet.
I made way more of this quinoa salad than the recipe calls for. I’m glad I did, as it’s been supplying lunches for the past few days. It’s filling, tasty and pretty healthy. The quinoa and goat cheese make it creamy, and the pine nuts give it a nice toasty flavor.
Quinoa Salad with Avocado and Goat Cheese