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Lentil Mushroom Burgers

What does a vegan bring to a BBQ? These bad boys!


1 Yellow Onion (diced)

4 cups Portobello Mushroom (diced)

3 Garlic (cloves, minced)

3/4 cup Walnuts (chopped and toasted) *toast in the oven at 375 degrees for about 10 minutes

2 cups Green Lentils (cooked, drained, rinsed and divided)

2 tsps Tabasco or Taco Sauce

1 tsp Paprika or Smoked Paprika

1 1/2 tsps Chili Powder

2/3 cup Oat Flour (make your  own by blending oats)

1/3 cup Parsley or Cilantro (chopped)

1/4 tsp Sea Salt (or to taste)

1/4 tsp Black Pepper

Makes 8-9 patties


  1. Sauté onion and mushrooms for 8 to 10 minutes or until onions are translucent. Add the garlic and sauté for another minute. Add water as needed to prevent sticking.
  2. In a food processor, combine the mushroom and onion mix, walnuts, half the lentils, tabasco sauce, paprika and chili powder. Pulse until smooth. Transfer into a large mixing bowl and add oat flour, parsley, sea salt, black pepper and remaining lentils. Mix well. (Note: Add more oat flour 1 tbsp at a time if your mixture is too wet.)
  3. Use a 1/3 measuring cup to measure out even amount of the mix and form them into patties with your hands or rubber spatula. Place them on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
  4. Bake the patties at 375 for 20 minutes per side and then gently flip.
  5. Top the burgers with your favorite burger fixings and enjoy!


Serve it with a gluten-free, vegan bun or in a lettuce wrap. Add a side of oven baked potato wedges.

Top it with sprouts, avocado, tomato, vegan cheese, favorite condiments, and pickles.

Save time by using canned lentils.

Stupid Easy Gluten Free Vegan Mac & Cheese

This is great for when you need a quick, kid-friendly meal! ⠀

Ingredients for the cheese:⠀
1 cup soaked cashews (drained)⠀
1 cup water⠀
2 cans pureed butternut squash⠀
1tsp. garlic powder⠀
1 tsp. onion powder⠀
2 tbs. nutritional yeast⠀
Salt to taste⠀

Blend well. ⠀

Cook noodles according to directions. When there’s about 5 minutes left, add 1 bag of frozen veggies (I used peas and carrots). Drain noodles, add sauce and heat until warmed through. I like to slightly undercook my noodles to account for the time it takes to heat up the sauce. ⠀

Add salt, pepper and chili flakes!⠀

*You may not want to use all of your sauce. I usually use about half, and use the other half for “Cheesy” Potato Soup.⠀

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Veggie Stir Fry

Super digging this lunch today! Broccoli, mushrooms, snap peas, garlic, cabbage, chickpeas, coconut aminos, coconut oil, a little Cajun seasoning and onion powder. Delicious!

2 cups Broccoli
1 cup Mushrooms
1 cup Snap Peas
5-6 cloves Garlic
2-3 cups cabbage
1 can Chickpeas
1/2 tsp. Onion Powder
Coconut Aminos and Cajun seasoning to taste

Sauté in coconut oil (or in mushroom broth for an oil-free version)


Emotions and the Physical Body

An emotional trigger can be one of the main reasons for a reoccurring symptom, chronic pain, a plateau in healing, or just an overall toxic feeling.

I specialize in Emotional Release in my practice because I feel this is above all the most important piece in true healing and health. I have had several clients stop progressing in their healing process due to the fact that they felt “unworthy” of getting better. They were subconsciously sabotaging their health because of an emotional blockage. Once the blockage was addressed, their healing continued.

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