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For the new vegan: Lentil and Cashew Hummus

Update: The recipe below was originally from The Kind Cookie. Go to her website for the original recipe and check out her other awesome content. Sorry we didn't cite the original author of the recipe. We have since received permission to post Kind Cookie articles on our site with a linkback.

Update: The recipe below was originally from The Kind Cookie. Go to her website for the original recipe and check out her other awesome content. Sorry we didn’t cite the original author of the recipe. We have since received permission to post Kind Cookie articles on our site with a linkback.

When starting out on a plant-based lifestyle, hummus is a must-have in your refrigerator. Not only is hummus a healthy, delicious way to get the energy you need; it also is affordable and easy to prepare. You can buy hummus at the store but often this hummus will contain high amounts of processed oils and ingredients that may not be vegan, or may not be desirable. Soak your beans, add fresh ingredients, and make your hummus in bulk at home for added value! Learn More

Start with a fresh green banana

Start with a fresh green banana

Most of us enjoy a hearty breakfast.  For many of us, this breakfast has been passed down from generation to generation—often since the days of slavery.  If the breakfast of our parents included an abundance of fat, sugar, butter and salt, more than like we will prepare our morning meal in the same manner.  Here is an healthy alternative, Green Banana Porridge. Learn More

Healthful Essence at The Historic Westside Village Festival

hwvf_foodtruck_300The Historic Westside Village Festival is a free indoor/outdoor festival highlighting the trade and industry contributions of some of Atlanta’s premier business leaders of the past and those currently spearheading generational economic advancements within the Historic Westside Village Community to include English Avenue, Vine City, Ashview Heights, Hunter Hills and adjourning areas. Learn More

The HE Food Truck at The Malcom X Festival

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 CAD & The Atlanta Chapter of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement celebrates the birth of Malcolm X  Omowale El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz at our 24th Annual Malcolm X Festival in the:

West End Park
1111 Oak St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

THE FESTIVAL WAS CANCELED IN MAY DUE TO WEATHER, BUT WE ARE CLOSING OUT BLACK AUGUST WITH NEW DATES. Learn More

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