Marlyn Portalatín is a graphic and instructional designer. After reading The China Study and being diagnosed with endometriosis, she decided to adopt a plant-based diet, which helped her to significantly improve her condition to the point of not requiring medications. She completed the Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell, as well as other certifications in agroecological urban agriculture and professional plant-based cooking. She currently shares information and recipes on plant-based eating and agroecology on her blog, and Instagram.

Pigeon Pea Escabeche
Pigeon Pea Escabeche

These marinated pigeon peas, high in protein and fiber, are ideal for the holiday season. Enjoy with baked cassava, baked tortilla chips, or as a filling for a burrito or wrap. The flavors intensify in the refrigerator overnight.

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