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[No cook recipe!] Mother’s Day Coconut Chia Breakfast Bowls

Mother’s Day is the perfect excuse to whip up a delicious breakfast that the whole family can come together and enjoy, regardless of their individual dietary preferences. Check out our beginner-safe, completely vegan (but everyone will love it), perfect for Mother’s Day brunch recipe: Coconut Chia Breakfast Bowls.

[Read it!] The Reducetarian Solution

If you’ve read The Smart Girl’s Guide to Going Vegetarian, you know that we do not promote an “all or nothing” approach to plant-based eating. That’s why I was so excited a few years back when I learned of a new term that fit right into the plant-based eating spectrum: Reducetarian. The word was coined by activists Brian Kateman and Tyler Altermann, and means “a person who aspires to eat less meat.”

Spotlight on: Sharon Palmer, RDN, The Plant-Powered Dietitian

Sharon Palmer, RDN, the Plant-Powered Dietitian chats with us about avoiding labels when it comes to plant-based eating, keeping the conversation positive, and making various dietary preferences work in one family (without a chef on staff!).

Craving a Pumpkin Spice Latte? Four ways to #PSL Smart Girl-style!

It’s fall, which means pretty much everywhere you look are pumpkin spice lattes. Between ads on the radio, Facebook, and TV, and in the windows of coffee shops, it can be hard to avoid these seasonal beverages this time of year. Read on for four options for any Smart Girl to get her PSL fix. 

Get a Bee-Free Honey Fix

Honey. For many the word brings up some great memories; drizzled on a bowl of oatmeal, a huge spoonful to go in tea, honey cake for the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah. If you’re vegan, however, honey may not have the same sweet connotation. Here are six ways to get your sweet and sticky fix without bugging any bees. 

 

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