I originally made this soup trying to recreate the side of white beans at Zoe’s Kitchen, which is too high in oil to my liking. ~ Alina
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This cheesy sauce is a great way to sneak some nutrition into a meal if kids might be somewhat picky with their food choices.
This warm potato salad is a step aside from the traditional version: it’s cooked in a hot skillet and doesn’t call for mayonnaise or other fattening dressings. ~Alina
This tofu scramble is incredibly tasty with fantastic texture, and it’s super healthy for you to boot.
A delicious dish with an Italian flare, these eggplant rollups will warm your heart and soul! – Alina
This triple lentil and cauliflower soup is oil-free, packed with nutrition and fiber, and can easily become the next staple food on your dinner table! It’s quick to put together and may just give you a reason to clear your pantry from those handfuls of leftover dried lentils. ~ Alina
Lots of legumes and seasonings make this chili as delicious as it is easy to make.
Okay, here comes the beauty of the pressure cooker. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, the recipe will remain the same, but you will need to allow the soup to simmer for at least an hour until the vegetables are soft.
Cooking Light did a vegetarian section on beans in this last issue, and this is adapted from their recipes and is really great.
The vegan equivalent of chicken soup!
An experiment that went right! This got the thumbs-up from two meat eaters.–tortugita718
Find out what happens when chickpeas and quinoa become a little too familiar. Plus a mouthwatering recipe for dry-spiced chickpeas combined with broccoli, carrots, and a lite tahini sauce.
Instead of a smoothie, get your greens and fruit in this very tasty and fruity vegan spinach salad.
An easy fat-free soy-free and gluten-free recipe that almost cooks itself! Nourishing butternut squash and bean add a punch to your favorite Mexican dishes.
Here’s how I’ll be getting my pound of dark leafy greens in this week. –tortugita718
- MiracleNaise: Soy-free Mayo plus Roasted Red Pepper DressingI’ve been trying to cut down on the amount of soy I use–not that there’s anything wrong with it–and completely get rid of soy isolates, which I do think are unhealthy. Unfortunately, the silken tofu I always use, Mori-Nu Organic, contains “organic soy protein,” which is just another way of saying “isolated soy protein.” I […]
- Food Dehydrator Love, Part 3: Teff Carrot Cake Bars (Vegan and Gluten-Free)You know what they say about the third time being a charm? I think it’s true. And isn’t it usually the third wish in fairy tales that sets the story in dynamic motion? Often though, that magic is bestowed upon the heroine by the humblest looking creatures, ones we wouldn’t expect to hear talk, […]