What to Expect from Sister Vegetarian Recipes...

Sister Vegetarian knows the importance of nutrition without breaking the bank. In lieu of this, I keep the meals to a cost that anyone can create and still stick to a budget. I also include raw vegan meals. Sister has acquired a Raw Vegan Chef Certfication through The Raw Food Network-Ekaya Institute of Living Food Education. I love to cook meals from Africa, India, the Middle East, Greece, Italy, and the list goes on. When I cook, I call it traveling the world without leaving my home. I see cooking as a way to experiment and learn about other cultures, as I also learn more about my roots.

Enjoy the meals. Enjoy the travel. No Passport Required. Just an appetite for delicious and healthy meals.

Peace & Love, Sister Vegetarian.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Start the New Year off with my book's Day 7 recipe: Celebration Black Eye Peas!



HAPPY NEW YEAR!



2012 WILL BE AN AWESOME YEAR FOR US ALL!


Start the New Year off with my book's Day 7 recipe: Celebration Black Eye Peas!



Did you know that in Judaism and Southern African-American tradition, pea eye peas are cooked on New Years Day to bring luck and greens (collards, turnip, or mustard greens) are cooked for monetary wealth through the year! This tradition was actually started in the middle east around 500BC by Judaism! Celebrate 2012 today with this recipe on Day 7 in Sister Vegetarian's 31 Days of Drama-Free Living Book!



If you have not ordered the book as yet to start off 2012 with a healthy resolution to take back your health and active life, it's available now via Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, or Lantern Books website.


~ Donna Michelle Beaudoin "Sister Vegetarian"

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