Balinese Urab is a salad made with any of a wide range of vegetables. You can use whatever vegetables you like – I used green beans in this recipe and added red lentils – the variation I learned in my cooking class. Balinese red bean salad: Urab.
There are a shocking number of highly-toxic substances in standard detergents. But if you want to reduce your toxic load (no pun intended), there’s a problem with going natural with laundry detergent…
Whitney generously shares her experience with green drink as she manages her Type 1 diabetes. (@happypancreas). After thorough research, she found that Chef V’s blended green juice had less than 6 grams per serving, so I was ready to give this a try and see what happened with my blood sugars.
Getting green drink delivery in your area is great, but there are tons of benefits to eating locally in general.
Summer is the time for picnics. However, many picnic staples aren’t vegan fare. This blog offers great vegan picnic ideas for your summer.
We started our juice cleanse in San Diego, but there are great vegan products and restaurants around the world – let’s check some of them out!
Being vegan can be a pain in some places if you can’t get easy access to the foods you need and want. This blog explores which countries are best for vegans.
Here, Chef V explains what exactly it means to be organic. This blog also touches on how Chef V goes the extra mile for maximum freshness with our green drink.
In this article, Chef V explains the optimal shelf life of juices made from dark, leafy greens—and the most nutritious method to make green drinks. Think your store-bought juice is healthy? You may be in for a surprise!
For those with diabetes, having to constantly monitor blood sugar can be overwhelming. For people with no blood sugar issues, doing a cleanse is a great way to get rid of toxins that cause water weight retention. But are cleanses safe for those with diabetes?
Cooking at home is important because of stay-at-home orders during the early stages of the pandemic, the continued closure of many restaurants nearly half a year later, and the apprehension of going out in public, more people are cooking at home these days. That’s both a good thing and a bad thing.