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Delicious as a dressing for salads or as a topping on baked potatoes.
This looks as though it’s really involved and time consuming, but it isn’t really.
This delicious sauce may be used as a topping for grains, potatoes or vegetables.
6 whole carrots
6 whole celery stalks…
Featured Blog Post: This easy Spanish rice makes a delicious burrito filling or side dish.
This hearty bean and vegetable stew makes an excellent one-pot meal. –submitted by pasuleka
Two 10.5oz packages silken firm tofu
1/8 tsp garlic powder…
Tofu, high in protein, low in calories, is made from curdled soy milk, and is available in several textures. Tofu can be refrigerated for up to a week. Store tofu in water and change the water daily. This flavorful stew is delicious with pasta, rice, or steamed new potatoes.
This tofu-based filling is reminiscent of a traditional egg and mayo salad recipe, but studded with raw veggies that provide color as well as a little crunch.
Easy, Eat to Live-friendly mushroom soup.
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
1 cup vegan mayonnaise
1/2 tsp. garlic powder…
1 red bell pepper
1/3 cup balsamic vinegar…
1 cup raw almonds
1 cup distilled water…
- Vegan Elote or Mexican-Inspired Corn on the Cob with Hemp-Lime SauceI’m counting down the days (less than three) until my husband D and I drive our daughter to college 796 miles away. Because of the anticipation, the dread, the planning, the shopping, and the packing (or at least the nagging E to pack, without much success), I haven’t been doing a lot of cooking, or […]
- “Found” Fig Compote (And A New Tree of Knowledge)I have always been a fan of “found” poetry–that is, wording that inadvertently reads with the resonating “both/and” complexity of a written poem. Perhaps my favorite all-time found poem came from a documentary about the animals in Madagascar I saw decades ago. I still remember it (or I think I do): The lemurs escape the […]