Author: kendallsloan

10 Tips & Tricks for a Healthier and Easier Taco Tuesday

Not only do we love all things tacos in our household, but they are so easy to make which is why we have taco night at least once a week. They are also really versatile and a great option when you’re cooking for larger groups. Because of their versatility, you can really accommodate all different diets and lifestyles. Instead of red meat, use a leaner meat like ground turkey, ground chicken, or fish Try these Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos with a Citrus Slaw Make your own taco seasoning Use the spices you already have in your spice cabinet and...

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Dairy Free Queso

Confession: I hate cheese! If you know me, you’re definitely not surprised. I used to literally have a fear of cheese. When I was in middle school my best friends decided to stuff my locker with cheese on my birthday. I refused to go to my locker and left the cheese there over Christmas break. When we came back to school all you could smell was moldy cheese in the hallway near my locker. So you’re probably wondering why I’m sharing a recipe for queso if I dont like cheese. My issue is with unmelted cheese. There’s two times...

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Walnut Meat Lettuce Wraps

I’ve been on this vegan recipe kick lately trying to convert from my paleo, meat eating lifestyle to more of a plant based diet. I’ll never give up eggs, and I won’t completely quit eating meat, but my goal is to significantly cut back on meat and change my mindset when it comes to eating. One thing I never want to do is label myself… vegan, paleo, gluten free, vegetarian, plant based, keto. Why does it feel like we have to put a label on the way we eat or the lifestyle we choose? I only want to be...

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Mediterranean Falafel Bowl

I recently watched the documentary called ‘What The Health?’ and if you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. The documentary declares that processed meats is what causes cancer and other diseases and blames meat rather than sugar for diabetes and other related health issues. It also talks about evolution and how mankind was not made to be meat eaters. But whether or not that is true, the biggest shock to me when watching this documentary is the corruption within big business, health organizations, and government agencies in the food industry and how organizations like The American Cancer society...

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Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos with Citrus Slaw

It’s officially summer in Texas, which means 90+ degree temps and humidity. We’re finally all moved in and settled into our new San Antonio home since spending the last 8 months in Michigan. Between the bugs and the humidity, I’m barely surviving and totally missing the midwest. But, what I have enjoyed about being in a new city is trying all of the local restaurants. We’ve been here a month and I’d say we have done a pretty good job of exploring the foodie scene in San Antonio. This city is saturated with the Mexican Seafood cuisine. I’ve never...

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