Tag Archives: Vegan

Fresh Coriander Pesto

Cilantro Hemp Seed Pesto

My cilantro is flowering and some is becoming cilantro seed also known as coriander. Today I made vegan cilantro pesto with cilantro flowers, some fresh cilantro and fresh coriander.  I highly recommend it. The fresh coriander seed has a light and sweeter flavor than cilantro.

Here are 2 links for a delicious organic, vegan, raw, gluten-free, easy to make cilantro pesto, made Continue reading

Cacao Cashew Truffles

cacao cashew truffles

Today, I made Organic Cacao Cashew Truffles, easy to make, high energy, nutritious snack, gluten-free and vegan. I have made them before, but this time swapped out the cacao butter and used virgin coconut oil and cashew butter for a rich, delicious pick me up treat. Maca added more super food goodness to the raw cacao. Then I rolled them in high anti-oxidant goji berries, Continue reading

African Spiced Teff and Vegetable Loaf

African Spiced Teff and Vegetable Loaf

  

Serves: 6 to 8

Teff revisits its Ethiopian roots cooked with African spices. Beyond being delicious, slices of this meaty looking loaf are beautiful with a colorful mosaic pattern. A great vegan side dish that is easy to prepare. Leslie developed this recipe for The Teff Company Continue reading

Cooking for Yoga Retreats

Dear Leslie,

Trish and Julie

“My friend, Trish Yauch, and I Julie Mc Kay took your hands on vegetarian cooking workshop, Savoring Life, Luscious Cooking for Health at Kripalu last Fall, and have been practicing your recipes. On Saturday, we led a one day retreat at my home yoga studio in Stow, MA for 14 lovely women, and served up a terrific lunch. We are so grateful for all the wisdom you shared. Here are a few pictures.” Continue reading

Cook with Confidence

Cook with Confidence

“Have you ever thought of cooking as a spiritual experience? A zen state of mind? Leslie Cerier has, and when she talks about cooking or picking and smelling herbs from her vegetable garden, I was transported.

Leslie has a wonderful approach to cooking that I am so excited to share with you. She talks about focusing our minds and slowing down before diving in to a recipe, then using that focus to express yourself through your cooking and your presentation.” says Lisa King.

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