Weekly Meal Plan – Basil Pesto Chicken Sandwich, Hariyali Pav Bhaji And Much More

We are back with our new Weekly Meal Plan that has some easy to make and everyday recipes for your meal. This Weekly Meal Plan has recipes such as Hariyali Pav Bhaji, Grilled Basil Pesto Chicken Sub Sandwich, Mushroom Curry, Broken Wheat Upma, Palak Paneer, Dal Bukhara, Coconut Banana Oatmeal Porridge, Palak Paneer, Raw Mango Sambar, Cheese Garlic Bread, Stuffed Mooli Paneer Paratha, Onion Tomato Podi Masala Dosa, Sabudana Khichdi, Amritsari Dal, Aamras, Kabuli Chana Kofta Biryani and much more.

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How To Spend The Perfect 36 Hours In Vegan Paradise—aka San Diego, CA

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The average plant-based wanderluster’s ideal “vegan paradise” might include exquisite vegan feasts in beautiful, five-star getaways off the coast of, say, Bali or Tel Aviv. And while these destinations are *certainly* picturesque (with delectable vegan eateries galore!), the dreamy, seaside city of San Diego has just as much to offer in terms of its diverse topography and scrumptious vegan

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How Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Pizza Helped Nab One of America’s Most Wanted Non-Fugitives

Celiac.com 05/30/2019 – CBS news has a funny reflection on the ten year mark of a story that captivated America, and had a nice celiac-disease twist to its ending. In 2009, one of America’s most wanted non-fugitives was done in by celiac disease, and his love of gluten-free pizza. At the time, author Evan Ratliff had teamed up with Wired Magazine who put a $5,000 bounty on his head to see if anyone could track him down. Wired put the challenge like this: “Author Evan Ratliff Is on the Lam. Locate Him and Win $5,000.” — wired.com/vanish, August 14, 2009 Ratliff disguised his appearance, and went on the road, first to Las Vegas, then to LA, before finally making his way to New Orleans. Thousands of people were on the lookout for Ratliff, including a core group of internet sleuths. In less than a month those sleuths had uncovered nearly everything about Ratliff: from his signature on lease documents to details of his medical history. Using Ratliff’s IP address and figuring out his secret online identity, they tracked him to New Orleans. And that’s where Ratliff’s celiac disease and his taste for gluten-free pizza caught up with him. The fact that, back then, only one local pizzeria served gluten-free pizza made their job easier. The owner of the pizzeria agreed to help, and put his delivery staff on lookout. Ratliff was caught when he showed up at the pizza parlor. In the end, the owner claimed the $5,000 dollars, and gave Ratliff gluten-free pizza on the house. The story resurfaced as part of a recent episode of CBS’ “48 Hours,” in which Ratliff recounts his story for correspondent Tracy Smith as part of the show’s investigation into the disappearance of Peter Chadwick — a California multimillionaire accused of killing his wife, Q.C. Chadwick, and staging a kidnapping in 2012. Chadwick is now one of the U.S. Marshal Service’s 15 most wanted fugitives.

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How Sustainable Are Your Vegan Supplements? Here’s What To Look For

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Who else has ever felt frustrated or confused about what vegan supplements you should be taking? Having an abundance of energy, a sense of clarity…isn’t that what we all strive for? It’s possible to be more sustainable, to help save our planet, while setting yourself for a healthy, long life. Sustainability and supplements can coexist.

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