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Not, raw, (see Passover Part I post here) but something healthier (than the usual Pesach fare…) I’m looking forward to making for Pesach (instead of matzo meal pancakes or matzo brei), is this recipe my sister shared with me. The recipe is either for “Paleo naan” or a paleo (or Passover!) crepe/pancake. Recipe from www.myheartbeets.com.
If you read this blog, you’re probably looking for ways to eat well during Passover (or anytime!). Vegan or not (and let me tell you – it ain’t easy for Passover!), we all want fresh food with plenty of vitamins and fiber that won’t weigh us down like all the heavy matza and meat!
I’ve got the answer for you. How to have a healthy Pesach: eat raw food. Lucky for you and me, I have an amazing new resource that I
Tool 1. Here are your nice thoughts:
Most of the people who read the Healthy Family, Healthy You blog are NOT vegan, or maybe even vegetarian. That’s cool with me. I’m not here to force anyone to agree with me. I just want us all to be healthy together, as a community, and support one another while we’re trying.
So, during Passover, let’s try do that. Support one another. Eat healthfully. Use the week as an excuse to find as many ways to eat as many vegetables humanly possible. (You know, except for the ones that are kitniyot).
Oh, Mayim Bialik, you are responsible for my downfall! The Chocolate Truffle Pie that I linked to in my Healthy Passover post was total crack!
I look at the week as a great opportunity to do a few things that I try to do the rest of the year (maybe I’ll do a little better though…):
1. Stay away from processed vegan foods (like the sour cream, cream cheese, and fake meats)
2. Be adventurous with vegetables!
This Mama is busy with teaching, workshops and planning my cooking camp (1st session sold out! 1 space left in 2nd session), so excuse the very short Mother’s Day post here, but I wanted to make sure you had some easy healthy ideas for Mother’s Day.
Welcome back to the insanity that is Passover (Pesach) preparation! Click the links below to see the Passover Preparation Printables I have for you. While these formats can absolutely be used for both everyday meal planning and every holiday planning, I use these specific excel spreadsheets for Passover. My ideas and resources can be used for any big meals-no need to be Jewish or observant.
Just a few weeks to go…and I’m sure many of you are in full planning mode for Pesach (Passover). Your simple, healthy, Passover solution is here! I haven’t made it very easy on myself. I get better each year, but I feel like this year is a real turning point.
So here is my #1 tip to make your life easier and the mantra I am going to repeat to myself for the next month….