Here’s a directory of all the little tips and tricks that I’ve shared within my posts. I’ll be adding to this page every now and then, so stay tuned for new info. Let me know if you have any questions!
Confused about some of the vegan ingredients mentioned on this site? Check out my Vegan Ingredients section for information on what they are and where you can find them.
- Whole nuts are often more expensive than those in smaller pieces, so if your recipe calls for chopped pecans/walnuts/peanuts, go ahead and buy them that way. You’ll save money and it will be less work for you!
- Scope-out Asian grocery stores for affordable Sriracha sauce, rice paper wrappers, and dehydrated mushrooms.
Proper tools are essential. I tend to favor a minimalist approach – I don’t need a bunch of gadgets, but I do like good-quality basic items. For more info, visit my Favorite Kitchen Tools page.
DIY – Do It Yourself!
There’s no need to buy expensive store-bought versions of these basic things when they’re so easy to make at home. The other benefit? You’ll know exactly what’s in them!
Here’s a collection of all my DIY recipes
- I try to make a double batch of all my hot soups, my quinoa chili and tofu cannelloni recipes, and freeze the leftovers for later. It’s the same amount of work, and I get multiple meals in half the time!
- Here’s a list of all my freezer-friendly recipes