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Featured Blog Post: Asparagus season is here! Indulge in this delicious soup made creamy with cashews. Find the recipe on the blog.
Delicious as a dressing for salads or as a topping on baked potatoes.
Featured Blog Post: This easy Spanish rice makes a delicious burrito filling or side dish.
This delicious-looking dessert was submitted by Kait’s Inside Dish.
You can use other types of Thai curry paste for this recipe, but Mussamun works very well with the potatoes and cashews.
An easy crockpot chili with pumpkin and beans.–grafx1
The amalgamation of sweet figs and aromatic rosemary makes for a wonderfully delicious and potent spread.–kaitsinsidedish
I have to say our Pita sandwich dinner turned out quite delicious! The crispy baked falafel patties were well flavored with a blend of fresh herbs and traditional middle eastern spices. –kaitsinsidedish
Delicious carob pie sweetened only with dates from Bake With Dates
These are great muffins. Not too sweet and full of omega-3’s.–Cheried
Sweet, spicy, and a little bit sour, with no added fat. Tastes scrumptious hot or cold. We prefer to eat it cold over a bed of baby spinach or steamed kale. Skip the optional tofu or tempeh, and you’ve made the dish soy free!–JoniCeline
This guilt-free pudding will have people wondering why all puddings aren’t made from avocados!
This delicious dessert bread is moist and has a distinct peanut butter, banana flavor.–kaitsinsidedish
Peas are good, but these peas are awesome. Serve as an alternative to mashed potatoes. . . Without any added fat!
- Pinquito Bean and Quinoa Taco FillingIn the past, beans were considered a humble food, a source of protein for the common folk before it became affordable to eat meat daily. Today, beans are generally seen as a side dish (barbecued beans)–or the province of vegetarians. People tend to think of them as bland and boring, and cooks often add meat […]
- Seeds of a Sea ChangeA while back someone on McDougall Friends started a thread asking how long or how many times others had been exposed to information about a plant-based diet before taking the plunge. Lots of people had a simple answer such as “after I saw Forks Over Knives.” Another remarked that it happened both all at once […]