How To Eat #Vegan On A Budget (Organic, Plant-Based, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Raw Living Foods)

I went out to the store this evening and came back home with quite the haul.

I was able to find lots of high-quality, nutrient-dense, vegan foods. All for a total of about $70. This will last me probably 4 days… so at less than $20/day this is pretty high quality stuff. Check out the video to see some of the products I bought (including NuttZo ButterMary’s Gone Crackers Jalapeno, Raw (Superfood) Trail Mix, and Go Raw Granola Bars):

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Keep Healthy!

Awesome Vegan Cookie

This is a “low-bake” recipe. Make the batter then cook for 10 mins in a 320 degree (F) oven.

Cashews, walnuts, dates, flax seeds, coconut oil, almond butter, Himalayan salt, maple syrup. Blend in food processor until almost smooth. Add macadamia nuts, coconut flakes, cacao nibs and goji berries. Blend slightly to chop up these ingredients into batter.

After baking, let cool and keep in fridge.




Awesome delicious smoothie that has maca in it

After hot yoga, I came home to have a monster warrior smoothie:

Organic kale, Navitas raw cacao, Sunwarrior warrior blend (vanilla), Pacari raw cacao nibs, Navitas raw maca, Madecasse vanilla extract, Living Intentions sprouted almonds, 365 brand unsweetened organic vanilla almond milk.



(All possible thanks to my vitamix)

Yellow Split Pea Dal Recipe

Rinse yellow split peas. Simmer in‎ Himalayan salted water for about 35 mins.

When cooked, season with tandoori seasoning (coriander, cumin, sweet paprika, garlic, ginger, cardamom, and saffron), a spoonful of chickpea miso, and fresh ground black pepper. Chop and also stir in some fresh parsley.

Spoon dal onto plate or bowl and top with a flavorful high-quality olive oil‎ and coarse cracked pepper. Garnish with fresh parsley leaves.