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.
Curried Peas and AlmondsLooking for a quick side dish that won’t take up oven or stovetop space? This recipe might be your answer. Vibrant colors and an exciting combination of soft and crunchy textures make this curried pea dish an excellent “change-of-pace” addition to any meal.
Thai Curry SoupThe international food aisle can be overwhelming, no? It’s hard enough to read the labels of food you normally buy, much less a list of ingredients you can’t pronounce. This Thai-inspired soup recipe meets you right in the middle, gently steering you toward more exotic flavors but with familiar ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry.
Sun-Dried Tomato, Almond and Rice SaladHearty enough to be a meal on its own, this salad is beautifully composed and complex, with basil, smooth avocado chunks and crunchy bits of celery and almond.
Asian Tofu FajitasWe first tasted these fajitas at a friend's housewarming party. Meghan McKinney, the author of this recipe, served them to us on perfectly warmed corn tortillas and a little scoop of brown rice. Needless to say, they were a hit.
Tofu Thai CurryIf you're like me and have a primarily plant-based diet, Thai restaurants are probably near and dear to your heart.  Why?  Usually if not always, a large part of their menus are vegan!  This curry recipe is as close to restaurant taste and quality as I've ever tasted.  A must try.  (Thanks to Sharon Cho for this recipe.)
Szechuan EggplantAdd tasty eggplant to your diabetes reversal regimen! Eggplant is very low in calories, high in fiber and has been found to be great for naturally managing blood sugar.