Food. Energy. Medicine.
a (non)recipe is rooted in a simple, sustainable formula that is customizable to your preferences. meant to be enjoyed, a (non)recipe explores the food history and culture of its ingredients to appreciate food in its entirety, from farm to fork
- Delicious Chickpea Tu-“No” SaladChickpeas are the base for this classic plant-based spin-off of (fish-based) tuna salad. This tu-“no” salad recipe is simple, delicious, and customizable! Combine chickpeas and pinto beans, mix chickpeas and black beans together, or keep it simple and use just … Continue reading Delicious Chickpea Tu-“No” Salad
- Pumpkin Seed and Cashew Balsamic DressingThis simple, 6-ingredient* salad dressing is delicious and takes only a few minutes to prepare. Enjoy on salads, buddha bowls, and vegetables that you’d serve with hummus (like carrots, broccoli, and bell peppers). Or consider using this dressing on a … Continue reading Pumpkin Seed and Cashew Balsamic Dressing
- Lentil Kale Salad with Cucumbers, Walnut Crumble, and Tahini DressingA salad should never be boring. Here’s a recipe for a flavorful lentil and kale salad with cucumbers, tomatoes, grapes, a walnut crumble, and a tahini-based dressing. As with all (non)recipes, the ingredients are customizable to the delight of your … Continue reading Lentil Kale Salad with Cucumbers, Walnut Crumble, and Tahini Dressing
forget full, remember to taste (in) the moment
Welcome to A Forgetful# Flavor, a hub on the internet where you can find plant-based (non)recipes and philosophical writings about food and mindfulness.
# see where I got the title?! forget full ~ forgetful
taste life, plate food
A Forgetful Flavor Philosophy
Forget full by tasting life and plating food. Listen to the body for hunger cues to eat rather than emotion. Americans eat until they are “full” but why not until they are “not hungry”? &
& Kudos to Michael Pollan ; )
Live mindfully in the present moment when at the table to taste food, acknowledging^ the temporary, fleeting feeling of taste on the tongue.
^ and hopefully enjoying
Remember to practice gratitude for the food on your plate. Food is energy and food is medicine, but food is also in short supply in many places around the globe. Be thankful when you can relieve your hunger.
“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” %
% Can you tell I like Michael Pollan? : )
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