The veggie burger saga continues

This time I try tofu burgers…. with not much success. Translating our cultural love affair with burgers to a plant-based burger just isn’t easy.  Burgers originated using meat, which has a distinct texture and (IMPORTANT!) holds together.  It’s the nature of ground meat to do that.  It’s not the nature of plant foods to do […]

Bean burgers Part 2

In which I try out a Chickpea Burger recipe… When it comes to bean burger success, the texture of the cooked beans is critical.  You can’t make burgers with beans that are too firm.  Case in point: this recipe for chickpea burgers.  Canned chickpeas are very dense and chewy compared to other beans like kidney […]

Inheriting eating disorders

https://radionutrition.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Inheriting-Eating-Disorders.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 6:32 — 3.0MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSI don’t envy parents of teens today.  Raising teenagers can be difficult enough without adding all the issues unique to our times.  There’s one problem that’s not new: eating disorders.  They’ve been around for a very long time.  Long […]

Jackfruit as a tasty meat alternative

Or “How to make chicken tacos without the chicken”… Wait. What!? That’s exactly what I thought about a year ago when I was introduced to a new food that totally blew my meat-loving mind. During an event at my college last year, I heard a girl was making some delicious tacos and was using some kind […]

Vegan cookies for the holidays

More adventures with aquafaba. I realize cookies aren’t exactly something a nutrition expert should be celebrating, but I love cookies.  I’d bake them everyday if there was someone else to eat them up.  Lacking that, I wait until December to start baking a revolving repertoire of Christmas cookies.  I’ve got old favorites, but always feel […]

Red lentil chickpea soup

..a new favorite I’d recently used the liquid from a can of chickpeas to make aquafaba for a vegan pumpkin pie experiment, so I had to do something with the chickpeas.  By happy coincidence, I found a recipe for Red Lentil Chickpea Stew.  This is a great high protein and very filling dish for vegetarians and […]

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