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Why I’m Paying Extra Attention To My Blood Sugar Levels At The End of Summer

We’re still a few weeks away from stashing the beach and patio umbrellas back in the storage shed. But while the weather is still sizzling, there’s something potentially dangerous we all should be thinking about right now….

Why I’m Paying Extra Attention To My Blood Sugar Levels At The End of Summer2020-09-06T21:09:13+00:00

Chef V’s Easy Raw Pesto

This rock pesto This rock pesto is so delicious. Besides my grilled chicken pasta, try this on gluten free bread as a spread or use it as a marinade for your favorite protein or vegetables.is so delicious. Besides my grilled chicken pasta, try this on gluten free bread as a spread or use it as a marinade for your favorite protein or vegetables.

Chef V’s Easy Raw Pesto2020-09-20T22:57:30+00:00

Summer Mocktails

Looking to enjoy refreshing summertime drinks but hate the added alcohol calories? Take a break from the added sugar and try one of these refreshing mocktail recipes.

Summer Mocktails2020-09-13T17:57:59+00:00

Easy Fried Rice

Easy fried rice, have with my salmon recipe or serve as a main course. For more protein, add 1 pound chopped grilled chicken. This is a great side or a meal in itself.

Easy Fried Rice2020-08-23T19:07:52+00:00

Cooking At Home Makes You Healthier

Cooking More At Home These Days Because of Corona? Here’s How To Make Meals Healthy Because of stay-at-home orders during the early stages of the pandemic, the continued closure of many restaurants nearly half a year later, combined with the apprehension of going out in public, more people are cooking at home these days. That’s both a good thing and a bad thing.  I’ll explain the paradox and also provide some tips on quick, healthy meal creation.

Cooking At Home Makes You Healthier2020-09-14T18:50:26+00:00

Chef V’s Moussaka

On my trip to Greece I fell in love with Moussaka. But not with the ingredients - too much fat and carbs. Here is my healthier version. Make it vegan: replace the lamb with 3c ups of minced mushrooms.

Chef V’s Moussaka2020-08-23T19:04:04+00:00

Ginger Glazed Salmon with Baby Bok Choy

I think that it’s good for most people to have a little animal protein every now and then. Especially cold-water oily fish rich in omega-3s like salmon. If you do eat salmon, here’s one of my favorite entrees from my cookbook, Making Cleansing Easier: Ginger Glazed Salmon & Bok Choy. – Veronica

Ginger Glazed Salmon with Baby Bok Choy2020-08-23T19:04:52+00:00

Chef V Interview “Mind your Business”

Veronica Wheat and Brandon Kress, founders of Chef V, did exactly that, shifting from an unscalable cooking business to becoming the creators and suppliers of a nutrient-filled green drink. By adapting their passion and making that leap, not only did they expand their business exponentially, but they changed lives. This is Chef V’s Story of Transformation.

Chef V Interview “Mind your Business”2020-08-20T00:30:45+00:00

Chef V Lemon Ginger Detox

Lemon and ginger detoxify the liver and strengthen the immune system.This is a great drink to start your morning and also for an afternoon lemonade. Follow it with a low-sugar green drink for the best detoxifying results in the morning.  - Veronica

Chef V Lemon Ginger Detox2020-08-20T00:30:45+00:00

Chef V Watermelon Slush

Watermelons are a good source of thiamin, potassium, and magnesium, which protect our boidy from many diseases. Also rich in vitamins A and C.  Who doesn’t love a little watermelon on a hot summer day?

Chef V Watermelon Slush2020-08-20T00:30:45+00:00