Let food be thy medicine. Learn how changing your diet from animal-based to plant-based can help eliminate or control diseases like cancer and diabetes, and then put it into practice by following our easy plant-based recipes.
Roasted Almond ButterBy Life and Health NetworkAlmond butter is one of the easiest things to make in this cookbook. It’s decidedly not the easiest to clean up, but well worth the trouble. Almond butter is (in my opinion) much tastier than peanut butter and has the added benefit of providing a hefty dose of Vitamin E. You may have avoided it on store shelves because of the high price tag but hopefully this simple recipe will convince you to give it a try. If you prefer the flavor of raw almond, you can skip ahead to the blending paragraph.
Roasted Butternut Squash and SageBy Life and Health NetworkRoasted squash embodies the essence of winter meals and could be the perfect solution if you were searching for a plant-based holiday side dish. Consider this simple recipe a base for a more-dressed up roasted squash and sage dish; consider adding caramelized onions, dried cranberries, and toasted pine nuts for a more lavish holiday spread.
Roasted Peppers and Marinara SauceBy Life and Health NetworkThere are countless delicious ways to stuff bell peppers. Just like magic, halved bell peppers turn into little boats that are perfect for filling with various ingredients to make a simple meal with a (boat)load of flavor. This stuffed peppers recipe is one of my favorites and for good reason! It features a blend of favorite Italian and Mediterranean flavors with its tomatoes, basil, and capers, and is a truly healthy, eye-catching, and delicious side.
​Roasted Tomato, Spinach and Basil PastaBy Life and Health NetworkI truly cannot imagine a more perfect pasta dish, especially when it comes to warm summer evenings.  This is about as fresh, comforting, and bright as pasta dishes get.