This site is for everyone. We’re omnivores, but we mostly eat plant-based and vegetarian food.
You just want the recipe — not our Proustian remembrances.
Our goal is always to be clear, concise, and informative.
We test every recipe at least 3 times. Sometimes recipes take a lot of testing to get right. We made this Salty Crispy Tofu about 15 times to get it spot on.
*MyPlate is the US government-approved nutrition guidelines. Other countries have similar guidelines, typically developed by teams of scientists (and lobbyists, teehee).
Although the recipes on the site are primarily vegan and vegetarian, we do have some recipes that include variations for meat-eaters — like this Tom Kha Soup, where we rethought the traditional use of broth, so you can easily make both a vegan and carnivore version from the same starting point.
Scannable, easy-to-read content. Minimal pop-ups.
We won’t judge your diet. No matter how you eat, we’re happy to have you here.
P.S.S. If You’re Wondering Where the Site Name Came From…
The short story is that it involved a heated match between Sylvia and her partner, Mikael, about whether he was getting any nutrition from the 6-cup bowl of Cheerios he chose to eat right before dinner. The checkmate statement: