I had the pleasure of teaching a class at Whole Foods this past weekend – if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram you’re well aware as I have been posting about it for a month. I had a birthday party that no one showed up to once as a kid so I have this fear that no one will come to my things that lives deep inside me – forgive the number of times I posted about this class and let’s just move on, shall we?
OK so anyway, my class was about my favorite vegan concoction – the Bowl of Stuff! Now, if you click that link you’ll see that I covered the basics some time ago. But every so often, I’ll post a #BowlofStuff on Instagram and get lots of “recipe please” comments, so I thought I’d try documenting a few here so eventually I can point people to the shiny new Bowl of Stuff category I just created.
This super simple, super cheap bowl is inspired by my gram, who’d mix leftovers of her famous spaghetti sauce with white rice and serve it to me in my special custard cup when I was a kid. It was my favorite lunch – so here’s a version that’s a little more grown up.
The Nonie Bowl
aka Italian Grandma Bowl aka You Need to Eat Something! Bowl
- cooked garlic herb couscous
- raw baby arugula
- grilled zucchini
- cooked white beans or garbanzo beans
- can of diced tomatoes, cooked in juice
- baked tofu or steamed tempeh
- Not Parm (recipe below)
Layer everything and eat it up!
Easy Vegan Parmesan
By July 26, 2015Published:
I had the pleasure of teaching a class at Whole Foods this past weekend - if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram you're well aware …
- Add all ingredients to a food processor and blend until it’s the texture of Parmesan cheese. Flavor your Not Parm by adding chili powder, curry powder, etc.
WordPress Recipe Plugin by ReciPress