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It's a funny combination of two words - let me explain.
Since I can remember, when I get hungry, I'm a different person. I'm normally happy, positive and bubbly, but when I'm hangry, I'm grumpy, impatient and snappy. Everyone in my life knows to feed me when this happens, it's a well known fact.
Chickpeas are central to my recipes - they're so versatile AND add protein! From the known winners like hummus and bean burgers, to the less obvious uses like cookies and protein balls, I can work chickpeas into just about anything. Not all my recipes use this magic bean, but many do.
Absolutely not! All eaters with an open mind are welcome here. In fact, you can make my day by saying the words "you wouldn't know this is vegan." If you come away from my little corner of the internet inspired to eat more plants, I'm happy.
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Since we're not cooking together in your kitchen (as much as I'd like to), I can't say for sure why a particular recipe isn’t working for you. I do test most of the recipes 2-3 times. That being said, if it isn’t working for you, try this:
* Did you use all of the ingredients as instructed? Did you miss any ingredients?
* Did you make the recipe as written?
* Did you read through the whole post, as well as comments? There are tons of good tips!
* If you still aren’t sure, please leave a comment directly on the recipe and I'll do my best to help you out. I LOVE when people comment on the recipes, because others might have the same question or suggestions on how to fix it. We're a team!
Three reasons: the environment and health.
If done right, a plant-based diet has no cons. And don't worry about getting enough protein - there's a reason this is called the HANGRY Chickpea. Your girl needs her protein, and if it's not filling, it doesn't make the blog, end of story.
One of the easiest ways to help the planet is to consume less or altogether stop eating animal products. If you've never considered a plant-based, vegan, or vegetarian diet, it can be daunting. If you have a short-list of foods you feel you can't give up, try to eat a few meals a week without meat, dairy or eggs. EVERY plant-based meal is a win for our planet, so do whatever you can.
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I have the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, and primarily use the Canon 24-70mm lens. I occasionally use the Canon 100mm macro lens, and also have a "nifty fifty" for when the mood strikes.
For short form video, I stick to my iPhone 13 Pro - the quality and ease of use are unmatched for this content.
In the early days, I used natural light and a large diffuser. These days, I've been playing around with flash and continuous light, diffused lightly. Shoot me an email if you want to know more about my specific setup, or follow along on Instagram.
I love Crate and Barrel, Anthropologie, CB2, Pottery Barn and Target for basic plates, utinsels, and glassware. I have a few special pieces from boutiques and pottery shops as well. I'm never NOT prop hunting...