Changing a person’s perception of a plant-based diet can be difficult. There is a misconception that when changing to a diet that is plant-based it means that you are becoming a vegetarian or a vegan. This is extremely false. Plant-based is a change to a healthier way of eating. This can include adding grass fed beef, cage free/free range/hormone free chicken, as well as line caught fish.
Now I'm as big a fan of fried, crunchy appetizers and snacks as the next person but... it's not the healthiest way to live and wreaks havoc on your digestion system. One of my restaurants is Nick's in Laguna and they have these amazing asparagus fries! I wanted to create a healthier version that I can enjoy as well as my plant-based friends. -Chef Sarah G.
Vegan "Parmesan" Asparagus Fries
Serves: 4 ppl
Chef Dan is well versed in seasonal, global and healthy cooking, he has worked in catering and restaurants throughout the Los Angeles area for the last 12 years.
Whole Health Everyday’s signature personal chef service for parties is not your typical catering experience where you select from a few items we offer. We tailor a gourmet meal that supports your event. Each menu item featured is carefully selected to honor your guest list. Our chefs are committed to making your event memorable with pallet-pleasing recipes that are fresh and inspired by you. Every ingredient is sourced and selected just for you and your needs. Every dish is prepared by your selected WHE professional chef.
Prices $65+ per hour for your chefs time plus cost of groceries and administrative fees.
We realize you may want other options beyond our usual highly specialized services so we have a few options below at set pricing.
Your menu will still be prepared by a real professionally trained WHE chef, chef Dan, however there will be no substitutions and no ingredient requests accepted.
Here are some ways to cut sugar out of your diet, enjoy!
Stop buying processed foods!
Although processed foods are easier to purchase they contain a high amount of sugar content that help with weight gain.
Lets face it choosing a knife can be confusing, and sometimes just down right frustrating. If your amongst the general population, then you, like most probably don’t know/care to know to much about knives and their individual purpose much less what their made of and how they are made. If your one of these people then I would like just a moment of your time to give you a little bit of culinary knowledge a little “slice” if you will, into the intricate world of knives.
Parents are busy. And as a single mother of three kids, it’s a daily struggle for me to figure out how to get dinner on the table.
Here are my 5 tips for making weeknight meals happen.
Tip 1: Get organized- I’ve learned the easiest way to get organized is to plan out the meals for the week on the weekend. Get the grocery list ready and head to the store because…let’s face it…we don’t have time to shop during the week.
Meal prep can be time consuming and tiresome, but it actually helps you save time later by putting all the effort up front.
Here is what meal prep can do for you:
I took on a challenge to see if one can eat healthier and make better choices at the local county Fair. Now I know when you hear the word fair, it doesn't scream the word health...but there are better options to try and get you through your fun filled day. One of my favorite activities is to see the award-winning California wines, homemade goods as well as homegrown produce.
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