I managed to make this lasagna zero waste, thus I gave myself a huge pat on the back for it. The Tinkyada lasagna noodles come packaged in cardboard with no plastic or filler. I was ecstatic to find these at my local Whole Foods and while I have tried other brands of gluten free lasagna noodles in the past, I didn’t like them. To the point this was my first attempt in say 3 years to make lasagna. Yes that long. I purchased the veggies in reusable cotton bags and we happen to have fresh thyme growing outside. I still dream of the day gluten free pastas are available in bulk form. I’m giving you some side eye Whole Foods & Sprouts
There are even more delicious and easy recipes in Jessica’s cookbook One Part Plant. If you happen to be a lover of podcasts like me I highly recommend hers of the same name. I know its about food, culture, encouragement, but I actually find her conversations therapeutic and healing.
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