Super Bowl time means junk food snacks – like jalapeño poppers. But we say, if you can maintain the deliciousness, why not make things at little tiny bit healthier? Like baked -not fried- snacks. These Jalapeño Poppers are spicy and crunchy, and the recipe is both vegan and glut
Spaghetti squash is fun. Really! There aren’t many vegetables that are naturally in strands and can be used like pasta, thus the name, spaghetti squash. This is a simple recipe that will work well on any weeknight, any time of year. Most of the ingredients are pantry staples, an
In honor Bubble Bath Day (yup! Bubble Bath Day) Sister Eden has partnered with The Joyful Bath Company and Herban Lifestyle. I’m a big fan of these two companies because they are woman-ownwed and they make great products that aren’t tested on animals and are good for you.
Thanks for watching this video which was inspired by sexist 1960s ads by Folger’s Coffee. You can make dairy-free cocoa yourself! Just try this recipe for hot chocolate mix from our weekly bloggers the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl.
Watch this video before you make your New Year’s resolution. The entire Sister Eden team participates in this funny video which gives some thoughtful insight into New Year’s resolutions. So watch Lori, John, Susanna, Nathaniel and Rissa (also known as the dirty hippie & the bohemian girl who provide our weekly vegan recipes). And remember to have a happy New Year. If you like this video, share it with others! Also, be sure to check out all of our videos and if you haven
Thanks for watching our annual holiday gift-giving video. For more information, read on! Here in the United States, the average citizen spends close to $700 on retail purchases during the holiday season (and I bet that means that a lot of us are going further into debt!). It’s just nutty when you think of all the money we spend — especially when you consider that 20% of those purchases are returned! It’s makes you wonder why we even bother since buying gifts takes up so much of our
As the cold and flu season approaches, use a handkerchief in lieu of tissues. Purchase them at a vintage clothing or thrift store or buy new. You can use them over and over again. Save money on tissues and prevent landfill waste, too! Follow me on Twitter @Sister_Eden to see all my #
The candles that you find in most stores are paraffin candles, a petroleum byproduct. Yes, that petroleum. And just like that petroleum, paraffin candles pollute the air. So use beeswax or soy candles instead. They are much easier to find these days at stores that care or at your farm