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Edamame, green peas and tempeh are all protein-rich. Get some.
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Including treats for your dog!
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They're pack-full of nutrients.
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So you can roast them up quick!
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You can't possibly go on Facebook, Pinterest or Instagram without seeing some sort of delicious pumpkin creation. But come mid-November, the Christmas recipes rush in, and pumpkin will be long forgotten until next October. So I thought I'd better share this recipe with you now.
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Because this time of year, you probably will end up with some lying around.
There are plenty of ways to carve a pumpkin (and we have about 100 suggestions for you to browse through), but who knew there were just as many ways to eat the delicious pumpkin seeds that are inside?...
When you think of pumpkins, you probably envision jack-o-lanterns or holiday pies! You're not alone. However, pumpkins are more than just fun Halloween decorations or fall desserts. Let's start with n...
Visiting a patch, picking a pumpkin, and carving a jack o'lantern is an honoured autumn tradition. But just tossing the pumpkin on November 1 seems like such a waste of all that hard work and fun. Yo...
Seeds contain the book of life. They have all of the genetic information necessary to create a new life. But what happened to all of the seeds? One word... convenience. We have bred our foods to make them more convenient by eliminating the most important part of the food.
Remember the age-old tale of Cinderella and her pumpkin carriage? It turns out that the magical gourd that delivered her to the prince wasn't a completely impossible fantasy. The current world record for the largest pumpkin ever grown rests at a hefty 1,810 lbs. Just imagine how many pumpkin pies that could make...Here are some other great facts about picking and cooking pumpkins.
When I announced I was making the change over from vegetarian to vegan I got a lot of questions about my diet: Where will you get your protein? What about your iron? And B12? So all of this started me thinking, where might I get these nutrients?