Showing posts with label vegan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label vegan. Show all posts

How to Make Dairy-Free Whipped Cream and Beat Breast Cancer (Vegan Recipe for Mother's Day)

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The many beautiful
faces of Nancy.
I must thank a dear friend for inspiring this post: Nancy Prior Phillips...

Nancy and I met via her longtime enthusiasm for the books I write with my husband: The Coffeehouse Mysteries and Haunted Bookshop Mysteries. She is an amazing mom and has been an incredible inspiration to me (and many others) in her fight against breast cancer.

Nancy bravely posted on facebook throughout her chemo treatments while showing off a variety of nifty-looking wigs. She's kept her spirits up through radiation and recovery, and we all think she's amazing. (You can friend Nancy on facebook by clicking this link, and I'm sure she won't mind my saying so!)

Nancy also recently developed an allergy to milk products, more specifically casein, and she's quickly learning about clever solutions. When she told me about this one, which is also a vegan solution for dairy-free whipped cream, I tried it and loved it.

Although I don't have a dairy allergy, my late mother, Rose, who fought colon cancer, developed an intolerance to lactose late in life, and I probably will, too. If she were still with me, I'd be tickled to whip this up for her. Since I can't do that, I'll whip it up for you (with thanks to Nancy) and you can bet that we both sincerely hope you will...

Eat with (everlasting) joy, and have a...

Happy Mother's Day!

~ Cleo Coyle

FOR THE RECIPE CLICK HERE OR ON THE "READ MORE" LINK BELOW...

Alone in the Kitchen with a Cabbage

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I give you The Cabbage...



It looks like a big green planet, doesn't it? See the solar warmth on the left and the chilly dark side on the right? As the subject of a photo, I think it should have its own atmosphere. As the basis for a recipe, it's a smart choice. It's low in fat and calories and high in nutrition. As for what to do with it, there are countless ways to go. 


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the free PDF.
I found myself alone in the kitchen with this cabbage the other day, and decided to try Extreme Simple Cooking. Let's abbreviate it to ESC, like the Escape key on your computer keyboard. Seems appropriate because recipes like this one let you escape from the kitchen as fast as possible. And to that end, away we go! 

To get my cabbage recipe, scroll down, click here or on the read more link below. To download a free PDF click here.

Eat with joy!

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries