happyvibes-healthylives:

Kale & Blood Orange Salad

happyvibes-healthylives:

Kale & Blood Orange Salad

f0o0od:

crockpot chili

fuck me

f0o0od:

crockpot chili

fuck me

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thevegetablemarket:

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thevegetablemarket:

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thevegetablemarket:

 by Lindsey Johnson {Cafe Johnsonia} on Flickr.

thevegetablemarket:

by Lindsey Johnson {Cafe Johnsonia} on Flickr.

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yummyinmytumbly:

Vegetable Lentil Soup

yum

yummyinmytumbly:

Vegetable Lentil Soup

yum

(via veganfeast)

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yeaaaaaaaaaaaassss

yeaaaaaaaaaaaassss

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yourskinwillglow:

accras:

Coconut Diversity

I love this!!!

yourskinwillglow:

accras:

Coconut Diversity

I love this!!!

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So proud I actually made it this far, I’m not even sure how it happened. Probably the fasting, but it could be a variety of factors; eating less, trying to eat healthy/variety, walking everywhere (last year, NYC.) But to be honest, I don’t look as ideally as I thought I would. I thought for sure this would be my ideal weight I would feel most happy at, but it doesn’t seem to be. 125 may be better, plus toning. I’ll have to figure out how my work-out regime will begin.

Really getting turned off by red meat more and more soon ill be able to turn it off all together.

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vegan-yums:

Vegan ricotta stuffed cabbage / Recipe

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greenlite777:

motiveweight:

Junk food is engineered to be addictive - The science behind making the food that’s so bad for us taste so good…VIDEO

Totally

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Evaporating Sea Salt

applicablemagic:

  1. Gather sea water.
  2. Strain sea water (because it will have debris in it) into glass or ceramic stove safe container
  3. Place on stove
  4. Heat low, don’t boil.
  5. Keep an eye on the stove. Water will start popping out if it gets to a boil.
  6. Add water as water evaporates.
  7. When you are out of water and there are salt crystals forming, smush them down with a wooden spoon. Don’t use plastic. Don’t use metal.
  8. When it seems as if all the water has evaporated and you are left with only salt, turn off the stove and remove the container from the stove.
  9. Let it cool for a bit before handling.
  10. Once the container is cool, take a plastic or wooden scraper and scrape the sea salt from the container