A detailed recipe comparison of how using the Fusion Cooker to cook Brussels sprouts recipe can save 44% of your time and 84% of energy compared to roasting them in an oven.
Are leeks one of the vegetables you skip over in the supermarket? I don’t blame you. They’re a little different, and you’re probably wondering what to do with them aside from slicing and tossing them in a soup. This vegetarian leek recipe is a great way to play up and enjoy the flavor of thisCustom read more text
Have you ever had a meal where you distinctively remember the side dish but not the main? Side dish stealing the thunder of the main dish doesn’t happen very often, but when it does, you don’t forget. This Kale Quinoa Salad with Oregano Lemon Vinaigrette is one of these side dishes.
Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that people sometimes don’t know what to do with. Oh, sure, you see it on the crudité table all the time, ripe for dipping. But this innocuous little garden delight has so much more to offer, and this Roasted Cauliflower with Soy-Ginger Sauce recipe is just one of manyCustom read more text
We’ve been eating a lot of cabbages lately because of my one-track mind. I made some stuffed cabbage rolls the other day and for some reason, that was the only thing I was thinking about for a good week. It’s not because the stuffed cabbage rolls were unbelievably delicious or special, it’s because they tookCustom read more text
Have you had Chinese spicy green beans, where they cook the beans with marinated ground meat and chili bean sauce? That thing is delicious! Since that’s one of my all-time favorite vegetable dishes, my mom tried to teach me how to cook it a few years ago. By teaching me, I mean she made meCustom read more text
Do you have your go-to recipes for certain vegetables? How do you usually make kale, spinach or broccoli? Sometimes having a couple stupidly easy-to-make/easy-to-memorize vegetable recipes on hand can really change the game. Here is what I mean.
It’s really hard to hate the things that can bring us joy, such as cooking. When that happens unexpectedly, it doesn’t feel good. Last week, I shared my recent overwhelming cooking experience with you because #1 I really needed to get it off my chest, so thank you for bearing with me; #2 if youCustom read more text
Roasted or grilled corn on the cob coated with homemade aioli, paprika, Parmesan cheese and parsley. This will become your go-to corn recipe if you try it.
Balance. That’s all I want lately, not only in terms of work and life, but in terms of eating I feel the changes after the 7-day cleanse. It’s not huge, but it’s noticeable. Maybe it’s because I am still developing more super smoothie and combo recipes for the book; maybe it’s because I am subconsciouslyCustom read more text