Years ago, I had a vegan Korean BBQ burrito in Los Angeles. The burrito had jackfruit to replace the steak, and I still think about it when I’m figuring out what to have for lunch. Jackfruit is pretty pricey and hard to come by in Brooklyn, but whenever I get nostalgic for that burrito, I make these spectacular burgers. They combine the signature sweet Korean BBQ sauce with a “beefy” veggie burger and spicy kimchi (a sort of hot Korean sauerkraut usually made with napa cabbage, radishes, and green onions) to create a dinner just as good as those burritos. Plus, you’ll hopefully have some leftover kimchi as a side for lunch the next day.
Looking to add some additional healthy dishes to your family’s summer menu? Well look no further than yoga extraordinaire, Beth Shaw’s new book, Yogalean. Her book is full of plant-based recipes and yoga poses to promote weight loss and increase vitality, including this Kelp Noodle creation. While not specifically targeted towards young-family living, this book is surely a resource to Mom or Dad. After all, healthy parents, make for healthy children.
Today at Willy B Mum, I am creating, step-by-step, a delightfully healthy plant-based “stir”, perfect for lunch or dinner. As a canvas to build on and to have some fun with, I am using one of my favorite Non-GMO Della Rice varieties – Jasmine with Roasted Garlic.
As a child growing up in Australia, my parents always reminded me to eat my fruits and vegetables, however I never really understood how it important it was until I grew up and began to understand the nutritional value of food. Now that I have my own little bundle-of-joy, together with my husband, we both encourage our Son to have a positive relationship with fruits and vegetables, just like my parents did with me.
Here at Willy B Mum, we are very excited to be working alongside an array of fabulous bloggers across the United States and Canada, to help spread the word about Margaux and May.
Margaux and May, are a baby product company who are steering away from the cliché baby animals, blues and pinks you generally see when you think “newborn”. Instead, they are putting Mom first, with more “grown up” designs leaning towards style and sophistication. And, you can see that, with the bold print on the twin-set of the organic swaddle blankets we are giving away to our readers.
Embrace the spirit of love in your kitchen this Valentine’s Day, by making this delicious “hearty” salad. Kindly submitted by mother and daughter duo, Paulding and Company, a full catering kitchen based in San Francisco. This salad was created to raise awareness and support of, Women’s Cardiovascular Health Awareness.Yield: 2 servings
Here at Willy B Mum, we love USA grown, non-GMO Della Rice, so we jumped at the chance to spread the good word about them with this article, by creating a plant-based rice stir.
Winter is well and truly here in New York City, and with that inevitably comes colds and bouts of the flu. After a long chilly day not feeling so well, I know personally, I look forward to sleep like it is the greatest thing of all time. To be warm, safe and snuggly under my blankets feels so comforting.
For the love and health of turmeric, get it into your any way you can! Drink it, eat it and bath in it. Well, this may be a little extreme, however turmeric is a godsend that I just cannot do without.
Turmeric, is native to the South East area of India and grows wild and free in parts of Asia. It has been hailed for thousands of years for its medicinal, cosmetic and culinary attributes, and has a reputation as being one of the world’s most valuable and versatile herbs. Turmeric is accepted as being able to help with anti-aging, immunity, digestive, allergies, circulation, balancing blood sugar levels and vitality. Turmeric is rich in antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties putting it up there as a superfood to reckon with. Surely the people from The island of Okinawa, in Japan are on to something, they are some of the longest-lived people in the World and apparently drink a lot of turmeric tea!
My 4-year-old started Pre-K this past September, which surely was such a change for all of us. He attends 5 days a week, till 1PM each day, which means I have to pack his lunch. If you follow Willy B Mum on Facebook and Instagram, you know that my husband and I promote very healthy eating habits, with a strong emphasis on an organic plant-based diet. My husband is a very talented cook, by passion. My Son follows a pescetarian diet, which resulted from my husband being a meat-eater, and me being quite the opposite not wanting him to eat animals at all. Our compromise was that our Son can eat seafood in his diet until he is old enough to make the decision as to his diet himself. However, when Miles Storm is with me, which is the majority of the time, he eats a mainly vegan diet which borders on vegetarianism at times.