Lindsay Nixon provides several different vegan cake recipes that will help cover all birthday needs.
Lindsay Nixon gives 5 tips for cleansing our bodies from one of the worst food addictions.
Lindsay Nixon offers giveaway copies of My Beef with Meat by her good friend, Rip Esselstyn, and shares his tasty Kale Ceviche salad recipe.
Black Bean Tostados with Crema, Maple Sweet Potato, and Mexican Mac & Cheese are some of the tasty dishes Nixon presents to help celebrate the day of fiestas.
Happy Herbivore chef Lindsay Nixon dishes on ways to keep yourself safely hydrated.
The Oregonian’s Grant Butler reviews Happy Herbivore Lindsay Nixon’s Thai recipes.
This week’s Herbie of the Week is Monica, a plant-based mom who even maintained her diet through her fourth pregnancy. Monica tells The Happy Herbivore author Lindsay S. Nixon about raising a plant-based family, the trials she’s faced, and how the diet has changed her life for the best.
Included in this week’s meal plan is a free e-book—Minimalist Meals—for tips and recipes on creating quick, simple, healthy and delicious plant-based recipes from The Happy Herbivore cookbook series author Lindsay S. Nixon.
From tummy trouble to energy to incorporating more grains, The Happy Herbivore author and plant-based chef Lindsay S. Nixon dishes out advice for newly plant-based eaters.
Baking soda is an environmentally friendly alternative to some surprising products, including deodorant, cleaning chemicals, shampoo and conditioner, and face cleanser. The Happy Herbivore author and plant-based chef Lindsay S. Nixon discusses the power of baking soda on today’s ‘Minimalist Monday’ blog.
In this week’s Q&A, The Happy Herbivore author and plant-based chef Lindsay S. Nixon discusses plant-based diets for diabetics, pearl barley, staying full with plants, and warns against iron supplements unless advised by a physician after a blood test.