Plant-based blogs for inspiration

While I’m a big advocate for meal planning at the start of each week, sometimes it’s not in the cards and easy, quick, go-to meals are the secret to not going out to eat or eating cereal for dinner...again. Here are 5 plant-based blogs to check out when you’re in an inspiration rut!

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Spring Cooking: Let’s Get Fresh!

In Minnesota, spring is a fickle beast (looking at you April bomb cyclone). But even while you’re debating whether it’s time to stow away your boots and mittens for the season, you can be thinking about getting your kitchen spring-ready!

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5 Ideas to Observe Earth Hour On March 30th!

What is Earth Hour? It is one hour of the year, where we black out our lights and electronics and find something else to do with each other or by ourselves. This year we want to help you plan your Earth Hour observance.

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Composting Breakdown

We’ve all heard of it before, but may not know how to do it, what can be composted and where to put compost once you’ve collected it. It can be intimidating and overwhelming to think about, but composting, or organics recycling, is not as complicated as it may seem!

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Quick Plant-Based Snack Ideas

A quick, healthy snack can make all the difference in the world. I’m starting small this New Year, and anyone can do the same. It’s much easier to change in one small way and stick to it, then to do a complete overhall and then feel let down when it gets to be too much. And anyways, snacks are great and can really help boost energy and regulate blood sugar levels.

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Seed Profile: Meet Kate

Seed Café is stocked with plant-based goodness and lots of happy faces. One of those happy faces? Front of house manager Kate Resch. Kate is responsible for keeping things running smoothly and promoting events that keep the love flowing for Seed. Think she sounds great? We agree! Let’s get to know her better.

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5 Simple Ways To Incorporate Plant-Based Habits

Growing up, plant-based eating was never really in my vernacular. 95% of our dinners had meat in them, potatoes and canned corn were our vegetables of choice and “clean eating” meant you didn’t spill on your shirt during the meal.

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Ways to Beat Stress: A Plant-Based Survival Guide

Outside of meeting up regularly for a rebalancing yoga sesh, there are plenty of ways we can manage our stress daily.  We are beside Modo Yoga and on a recent #InspiredLife Blog post, Molly talked about Setting up healthy boundaries during the holidays as a way to reduce stress during this time.

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Phil Doucette
Forging Your Path To Plant-Based

As you close out 2018, you might be looking for new challenges and goals for 2019. If you have been flirting with the idea of moving your diet to one more plant-based, now is the perfect time to reflect on your personal reasons for this transition and make a plan to help you achieve your goals.

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Food Resolutions: More of the Good Stuff in 2019

The word on everybody’s mind this time of year? Resolutions. Like setting an intention at the beginning of your yoga class, a resolution sets your intention for the year to come. Of course, as a plant-based restaurant, we’re focusing on ways we can resolve to make 2019 about doing more good for our bodies and for the world through food.

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Perspective for Gratefulness. Trying to Find It, Trying to Use It This Holiday Season.

For me, the holidays will be especially difficult this year, as my grandfather passed away this past September. And when I want to be sad, or angry at the fact that illness took him, this is the hardest time for me to be grateful. And this will be when I need to be the most grateful.

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