For the Chickpea salad
1. In a large bowl add in the chickpeas, carrots, red onion and relish.
2. Season with lemon juice, salt and pepper. Followed by the vegan mayonnaise. Mix all the ingredients well.
3. Spread the salad over wholegrain bread and serve.
For the Baked Chickpea Snack
1. Preheat the oven at 350 degrees F.
2. In a medium bowl add in the chickpeas and olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Mix all the ingredients well.
3. Spread the chickpeas in a baking tray and roast for 45 minutes at 350 degrees F.
4. Serve Baked Chickpea Snack with almond milk.
If you've been hearing a lot about veganism lately and are curious about how it might work for you, or, if you think you don't have time to cook at home, then you will definitely want to watch today's Motivational Monday!
Today I am interviewing a former client of mine who went from being a consumer of the Standard American Diet with no cooking involved, to a vegan cook! That's not all, she now also blogs about cooking, prolifically sharing her recipes with her fans. And get this, she cooks all but two meals a week out of her home! For a person that lives in a city known for it's intense pace and on the run nourishment, this is an achievement indeed.
Lisa is going to talk to us about what inspired her to become a vegan, how she decided to commit to cooking for herself and for her family and what led her to blog about it. You will also see how she makes two amazingly delicious recipes from chickpeas and how you too can incorporate healthy living into your life with just a few shifts in your thinking.
And we want to hear from YOU!
Have you thought about a vegetarian or vegan diet but have concerns about how it might work for you? Have you made the shift from the Standard American Diet to a plant based diet and noticed a shift in the way you look and feel? Let us know! We love to hear your feedback.
Wishing you a wonderful Monday!