Classic Aioli with a twist! This garlic-infused, Creamy Vegan Aioli can be made in less than 5 minutes and it's completely free of dairy, egg, soy, gluten or nuts. ...
A group of my friends are doing a month long challenge, incorporating both food & fitness. Each have 3 daily goals to hit every day related to food while the fitness side of it is basically getting their bottoms to the gym at least 5 days a week. It was fun to hear all their goals and how varied they were, however there were a few consistent themes.....
What I love about this is that it simply cuts out all the crap food and allows their bodies to focus on nutrient rich, whole, real food.
It's funny how much we like to categorize things and put it in a neat little box, unfortunately, it just doesn't really work that way. Most things are more complicated than that.
Take diets for instance. There are over a 100 different dietary theories (many piggy-backing off of another) which I studied for my health degree. What I learned from this was that there is not a 1-size-fits all. Kinda like how every girl hoped they could fit into Cinderella's glass slipper and yet, it was made ONLY for her!
I know what your thinking, "what does this have to do with Pie Crust?". Well let me tell you!
One of the my most requested soups to make is Dirt Soup, especially from my youngest. Boy, does he love his Dirt Soup. So much so, he's on his 3rd large bowl right now.
We're having a "Mom & Me" hang out afternoon since he's not feeling well and of course, I had to make him his favorite, feel good soup.
In case you've never heard of this soup, it actually Miso Soup but growing up, my husband always called it Dirt Soup because of the cloudy, light brown color. It is actually, one of the first Korean dishes he made for me when we first were married, but over the years, it has transferred hands and now I am the maker of this simple and delicious soup.