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the sexy sugar free vegan coobook!

oh boy oh boy, nancy chalmers from wolf and willow has just released her new cookbook, the sexy sugar free vegan! i’ve introduced this project to you before, and it’s been so fun watching it grow over the last year. nancy is one talented chef and it seems as though every recipe i try from her becomes my new favorite!

what is the sexy sugar free vegan project? if you’re familiar with nancy, you’ll know that she quit sugar last june, and shortly after started the sexy sugar free vegan project. at first, it was more of a personal project, but she started photographing her recipes and sharing them on wolf and willow. the response for more delicious sugar free recipes was overwhelming, so the project grew and grew until finally, an e-cookbook was born! inside you’ll find all the most popular recipes, as well as some new ones, along with some recipes collected from bloggers (like me!), fellow health coaches, vegan foodies and sugar free chefs.

why quit sugar? while nancy goes into depth on why (and how) to quit sugar in the cookbook, here’s the short and sweet of it: it makes you feel amazing! here are just a few things you’ll most likely experience from quitting sugar:

- a ridiculous increase in natural energy (no need for coffee anymore)
- a freakish increase in cognitive function and creativity
- radical improvement in immune function (never get sick anymore)
- gorgeous skin and hair (look younger)
- better, deeper sleep (have sweeter dreams)
- no more food cravings, like, ever

the sexy sugar free vegan coobook!

whether you’re ready to dive in head first, or just interested in trying out some delicious recipes, i know you’ll enjoy the cookbook tremendously. pictured above are just a few of my favorite recipes: 1) cacao, berry and coconut crunch ice cream 2) potato, rosemary and blackberry pizza 3) seared tofu, asparagus and macadamia nut salad and 4) roasted vegetable pot pies with a smoky ‘cheese’ sauce (contributed by yours truly).

the ebook includes:
* OVER 50 incredible sugar free + vegan recipes
* almost ALL of them are gluten free too!
* a handy list of pantry essentials
* tips on how to avoid hidden sugar
* sugar free + vegan ice cream, cakes and muffins
* vegan cheese, pizza and pasta recipes
* delicious raw food recipes

head on over to wolf and willow to grab your copy now!

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Spicy Scramble with Roasted Red Peppers

as i’m still winding down from the holidays, i won’t be starting our weekly dinner ideas again until next week. in the meantime, i wanted to share with you my absolute favorite new recipe (like, i’ve made it 3 times in the last week). spicy tofu scramble with roasted red peppers from nancy, the talented vegan cook over at wolf and willow!

it’s the most perfect scramble i’ve ever made, and i’ve been looking for a good recipe for a very long time. seasoned to perfection and paired with roasted red peppers, tomatoes and greens it’s like my dream come true in a bowl. slightly crunchy with a ‘cheesy’ flavor (from the nutritional yeast) it’s delightful, surprising and healthy to boot- what more could you ask for?! head on over to wolf and willow for the recipe!

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to BOTH the roost tribe AND toffee magazine Hello! Nancy here, from toffee magazine, popping by to share this exclusive offer in conjunction with Going Home to Roost. Simply purchase an issue of toffee magazine before January 1st and you’ll be entered to win a year’s subscription to BOTH toffee magazine AND the roost tribe for yourself and a friend! (that’s right, we’re giving away TWO free year subscriptions to both!)


toffee mag + roost tribe
what is toffee magazine? why, it’s a digital art and craft magazine made for creative types (like you!) who are looking for inspiring content, fresh ideas, and new projects that you can literally cut right from the pages – once you print them, of course! Every issue includes a 24 page ‘chewy’ centre section, comprising a FREE digital paper kit of 10 designer papers and coordinating printable projects. If it’s crafty, clever, fun and fabulous, you’ll find it in toffee.

what is the roost tribe?
in a nutshell, it’s a membership that gives you exclusive access to all things going home to roost! the tribe is a community for hand making, home growing birds of a feather. each new member will receive a welcome packet jam packed with insider info and tips from e-books detailing everything from how to grow your blog to my very own list of industry resources and supplies. additionally members receive exclusive premium content every single month, delivered right to your inbox. click here to see what’s included, all for only the price of a latte!

giveaway

about the giveaway: enter to win a year’s subscription to BOTH toffee magazine AND the roost tribe for yourself and a friend!

deadline: giveaway will end December 31st at midnight, eastern standard time. entries will be compiled, drawn from a hat and announced both here and on toffee magazine‘s blog on January 1st.

to enter: Simply purchase an issue of toffee magazine before January 1st right here.

additional ways to enter after you’ve completed the above entry:

>> like both going home to roost and toffee magazine on facebook and leave a comment on this post letting us know you did so.*

>> share on twitter and use handles @gohometoroost and @toffeemag. then come back here and leave another comment letting us know you did so.*

>> share on pinterest and include hashtags #toffeemagazine & #goinghometoroost. come back here and leave another comment with the url of your pin.*

*you may only enter using these additional ways after you’ve entered by purchasing an issue of toffee magazine.

good luck!

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congratulations, aria! you won a 1 year subscription to both the roost tribe and toffee magazine, PLUS you get to nominate a friend to win the same! i’ll be emailing you shortly!

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the sexy sugar free vegan project

my friend nancy from wolf and willow and i have had similar revelations over the past few years. mine having to do with becoming vegan and cutting out gluten, her’s having to do with becoming vegan and cutting out sugar. both of which have produced radical improvements in our health, minds and well being!

i’m super inspired by nancy’s latest sexy sugar free vegan project. it’s getting back to the basics- eating whole foods that are plant based AND sugar free. with benefits ranging from better sleep to an increase in energy, it’s definitely worth looking in to. check out this post to read more about quitting sugar, but in a nutshell americans eat 130 pounds of sugar a year. that’s up from about 20 pounds in 1820. THAT’S a lot of unneeded sugar!

the sexy sugar free vegan project

above recipes: kale, quinoa & green olive salad | coconut and vanilla bean yoghurt | super freen breakfast smoothie | cajun purple carrot + black bean sliders

as part of the project, nancy is posting a vegan, sugar free menu every day until christmas on wolf and willow. the recipes are delicious, wholesome and easy to follow along with! we encourage you to just give it a try. sign up for sexy sugar free vegan e-mails (scroll to the bottom) and just do what you can do. what do you have to lose?

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toffee magazine

today’s little sponsor welcome is for toffee magazine. have you heard about it? it’s the oh-so-delicious publication from nancy over at wolf and willow, and each magazine is packed full of pretty things and sugary goodness. with blogger interviews (you might recognize someone on p. 16, wink wink), diy how-to’s, recipes, 24 pages of craft tutorials and 10 pages of printable papers for crafts of all sorts, it’s definitely worthy of a thorough browsing. trust me!

interested in advertising on going home to roost? click here to find out more!

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SeeSaw Seventies Style

September 29, 2010

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Hello gorgeous Roosters! It’s Nancy here from Wolf and Willow, stopping by with a little vintage goodness whilst Bonnie is moving house. Apart from the endless enjoyment I get from browsing through Etsy’s handmade goods, I just love that you can shop for craft supplies and vintage too. It’s heaven for lovers of all three, like me! Here’s a little collection of seventies-style homewares from one of my favourite vintage sellers, SeeSaw Vintage. I love the geometric patterns and the cute retro color schemes, like tangerine, olive and goldenrod, which are so quintessential of that era. It reminds me of laminex table tops, wood grain wallpaper, and summer parties with those brightly-colored cocktail onions and cheese squares. Pretty groovy, don’t you think?

Nancy x

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please welcome, guest poster: wolf and willow

Hello darlings! My name is Nancy. I just popped over from Wolf and Willow to borrow a cup of sugar. That is, my dear friend Bonnie has kindly invited me to write a little guest post for you all, and I’m tickled pink! They always say “write what you know” so today, I’d like to introduce you to some beautiful, talented ladies from my hometown, Melbourne. I’ve asked each one what makes them laugh when creating.

Have You Met Miss Jones

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Ceramic artist, Jennifer, from Have You Met Miss Jones, says it’s the expressions on the faces of all the animals that she designs that really makes her laugh. “It’s really important to get the facial expression just right” she says, “me and my mould maker always laugh over trying to think of what an owl or a squirrel may be thinking at that moment!”

Ink & Spindle

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The girls over at Ink & Spindle had a good old giggle trying to answer my question, and say their immediate response was “my business partner’s dorky behaviour”. In this funky little textile studio, it seems there’s always something to laugh about, whether it’s singing out of tune, bad dancing around the printing table or a neighbour’s mid-afternoon sweet tooth. It’s so inspiring to hear how much these two artists love their job. Keep on smiling girls!

Your browser may not support display of this image. Gracia & Louise

Visual artists Gracia & Louise are constantly blowing me away with their creativity and passion! I’ve often enjoyed the quiet, quizzical sense of humour in their artists’ books, prints and zines, so it’s no surprise to hear that caffeine, cocoa and laughter are three constants in their day. Gracia says, “collaboration throws up the unexpected, and what’s not to like about that?”

Thanks so much for having me, Bonnie. I’ve really enjoyed bringing you this little post all the way from Australia!

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