You can make coconut bacon yourself (coconut bacon recipe – raw or cooked from ChoosingRaw.com or Coconut Bacon from theVeganProject.com), but here it is already made. Recipes using coconut bacon can be found at above link also.
Did you know cauliflower can be used not only as a substitute for mashed potatoes (which can be made so delish and similar to the real thing, you’d almost swear you were scarfing down potatoes!), but also as a great substitute for rice and couscous? You can even make pizza crust, pudding and buttery popcorn from it. See below links for recipes. Cauliflower comes in a variety of colors from white to purple to green and my favorite, orange. It “is also rich in nutrients and, like its cousins, cabbage, kale, and broccoli, provides health-promoting compounds not found in many other vegetables” – see the World’s Healthiest Foods – Cauliflower. Bonus, one cup of cooked cauliflower is only 29 calories.
Cauliflower Pizza Crust from TastyKitchen.com
Bacon Sherpard’s Pie from HealthfulPursuit.com
Raw Buttery Popcorn from The Rawtarian.com
4 Ingredient Raw Lemon Pudding also from HealthfulPursuit.com
Cauliflower with Lemon and Olives from EatingWell.com
Raw Fettuccine Alfredo with Zucchini Pasta and Cauliflower Sauce from RawFoodRecipes.com
Rice Free, Fish Free: Assorted Raw Veggie Sushi & Yam Rolls from RawFoodRecipes.com
I found yet another awesome juice truck around town. SkinnyLimits (www.skinnylimits.com) has locations all over Austin.