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I’m usually crunched for time, and when I’m not, I tend to be just plain lazy. I grab whatever is easy and rarely ever actually fire up the stove. Healthy snacks are key. What I love about raw, vegan snacks is that they can be decadent while also being good for you.
So after a super foodie trip to Israel during which I ate my weight in hummus, pita, and babka (only to come back to NYC for Thanksgiving and about a month straight of non-stop cheat days), I thought, why not try something new and do a soup cleanse?
Don’t get me wrong; I do love apples and carrots sticks, but most days they’re not enough to satisfy my in-between-meal cravings. Unfortunately the old saying goes abs are made in the kitchen, and it couldn’t be more true.
I love hosting people at my apartment. My thing is having themed food parties. I’ve done Momofuku, Pure Food and Wine (i.e. raw vegan theme), and most recently Jew food-themed. The problem is while I love to host, I don’t love to cook.