Happy winter! Wow the holidays went by, and because you are so popular, you had endless temptations at holiday events. Feeling a little bloated? Time for a Chef V New Year's Cleanse or Detox. - Veronica
About Jean YatesThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Jean Yates has created 101 blog entries.
it's time to meet the new plant-based meats. As more consumers are switching to plant-based proteins, or eating less meat, the quality of meat substitutes has radically improved. I'll share with you a few of my favorite brands as well as a couple you should avoid.
How do you track your progress for health and monitor wellness? Chef V reaches out to a health expert to find out what’s the best app for fitness.
This is my interpretation of a New York cheesecake. I’ve swapped the traditional cream cheese for a delicious mixture of cashews, coconut, and vanilla. Serve this to the most finicky eater and watch them become a raw food convert! - Veronica
We have over 3000 five star reviews! Here are some of our favorites.
There's nothing better than homemade comfort food during the holiday season. Gatherings at home with friends and family sharing home cooked meals on these cold winter nights is one of our favorite things.
Impress family and friends with my easy-to-make healthy gravy recipe as the finishing touch to your meal. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or simply a healthy eater, holiday meals don’t need to feel stressful. Instead, enjoy delicious meals without regret and be thankful you made the right decision! - Veronica
So how do I make cranberry sauce healthy? To sweeten the organic cranberries, I use coconut sugar. Coconut sugar is much better for your health because it doesn’t spike your blood sugar levels. Take a look. Doesn’t it look just like the real thing? And in my opinion, my cranberry sauce tastes better than traditional Thanksgiving.
You just can’t have Thanksgiving without mashed potatoes. But regular mashed potatoes are very starchy. That means the starch quickly converts into sugar. That’s more bad news for your gut. But this healthy Thanksgiving recipe for mashed potatoes uses the nutritiously-superior sweet potato. Instead of regular milk, I use almond or coconut milk. I swear to you that my sweet potato pureé will have the same starchy mouth-feel as regular mashed potatoes. But this version contains way more minerals and is lower in calories.
Healthy Thanksgiving recipes that taste just like the real, gluttonous thing? Sound too good to be true? Eat until your belly’s content this turkey day without sacrificing taste or mouth-feel.
The smallest things matter the most and in this case, small changes can make a big difference. Simple ingredient swaps this holiday season will help you stay on track while eliminating at the feeling of indulgence guilt. Whether it’s an appetizer or a dessert, these easy changes will help you avoid that pesky holiday weight gain we all hate.
Kale is a wonder in the world of superfoods. It is packed with caratenoids and flavinoids, the key antioxidants that protect our cells from free radicals.