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When we were traveling in Provence, France several years ago, we found vegan chocolate sauce in a local store and were pretty excited about it. So, we made this silly video — the first one I ever ma...
This delectable — but not overly sweet — cake is the first thing I make when fall arrives, and it's perfect to serve at the end of a Rosh Hashanah meal.
If she were here, I know she would be taking my online cooking classes. It’s funny…we didn’t cook together a lot (I lived 3,000 miles away, after all), but I was always so touched wh...
Is it worth the time to make tofu from scratch? ABSOLUTELY!
I first heard about Pela’s compostable, biodegradable, non-plastic, non-toxic phone cases from my friend Kathryn Kellogg over at Going Zero Waste, and I didn’t waste anytime ordering one. ...
Grieving is hard. Grieving the death of a parent even harder. Grieving without the usual end-of-life rites and rituals has been impossible. 
Enjoy this refreshing summer drink as a cocktail or non-alcoholic mocktail! (David will be demonstrating how to make in the upcoming cooking class!) Ingredients 2 tablespoons fresh blueberries, plus m...
The ground flax seeds are perfect in this American favorite—not only as the “egg replacer” but for their flavor and nutrition. However, if you make your own soy milk, like I do, use the okara (l...
Elections have consequences — especially for civil rights, human rights, and animal protection. Here are five organizations to volunteer with to increase voting.
Here are some tips for how to engage our representatives at the federal, state, and local levels.
 
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