Tag Archives: health and wellness

Recipe of the Month: Veggie “Chicken” Cauliflower Sandwich

Vegan health blogger Alyssa Deem shares a recipe for a sandwich made with cauliflower!

This month I am going to share with you a recipe I created just a few weeks ago, inspired by a college student’s refrigerator and the inability to buy bread for one person because of its likelihood to mold quickly.

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Recipe of the Month: Cashew Sour Cream and Mayonnaise

Alyssa Deem shares easy two recipes for vegan sour cream and mayo - made with cashews!

This month I’m sharing two smaller recipes with you. When it comes to being vegan, many people worry about missing out on two of their favorite condiments: sour cream and mayonnaise. Little do most people know, a common nut can actually be used to make both of these! Cashews are a staple ingredient for vegan cooking. When they are purchased raw and unsalted, here is how you can use them:

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Health Quick Tip: Himalayan Pink Salt

I first tried Himalayan pink salt when my dad bought some from the local grocery store and told my siblings and I this salt would be better for us. Initially skeptical, but always open to trying new things, I sprinkled some on my lunch…

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Recipe of the Month: Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese

The recipe of the month for March is sweet potato mac and cheese. For all my sweet potato and pasta lovers, this is the perfect recipe for you. It is very savory and quite filling.

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8 Ways to Make the Most of Spring Break in Stevens Point

Mai La Yang shares eight ways to make the most of spring break in Stevens Point.

You’re probably imagining yourself relaxing at the beach, perhaps on an island, with a tropical juice in your left hand and taking a selfie with the other. I can confidently say the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point may not have a beach, but the Stevens Point area does have a lot to offer to its residents!

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