There is a traditional Polish salad of grated raw Kohlrabi and carrot – tastes great! Using this as inspiration I have taken things a stage further and made a soup.
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Archive for the ‘Soups and Stews’ Category
Featured Blog Post: Asparagus season is here! Indulge in this delicious soup made creamy with cashews. Find the recipe on the blog.
This hearty bean and vegetable stew makes an excellent one-pot meal. –submitted by pasuleka
An easy crockpot chili with pumpkin and beans.–grafx1
Easy, Eat to Live-friendly mushroom soup.
I like to prepare this so that the vegetables are crunchy. I cut everything and mix the sauce in advance so I can move quickly. It’s quick and one of our favorite dishes.–cheried
Corn chowder made even heartier with the addition of pumpkin puree and vegan chick’n.
Submitted by: Good Friend
Source: Recipes from the Weimar Kitchen
This stew was served to some friends while on Fogo Island in Newfoundland. This is the best approximation we could come up with. From member Sule.
It’s the perfect time for fresh corn and here’s a recipe you can eat raw or cooked.
Last week I was craving a stew and had some homemade chik’n seitan, leftover Gimme Lean and lots of field peas in the freezer. This stew is what came out of that.
I think shaking up some sweet salsa in a squeeze bottle and drawing a heart outline on each soup’s bowl’s surface, with the cilanto dusting would make it a great Valentine’s dish.
Another great recipe submitted by Katherine Lawrence of www.plantbasedhealth.com
This stew was inspired by a vacation—it was time to clear out the fridge, stoke up on immune boosting beta-carotene and have leftovers in the freezer upon our return home.
I love thick, hearty chili in cold weather. It’s always so satisfying and filling, so it makes a great comfort food…especially when served my favorite way: over warm grits!
- Jacked-Up Vegan RibsJackfruit adds tenderness, moisture, and a pull-apart texture to these incredible seitan-based vegan ribs. No one will believe they are fat-free! I wish I had an interesting story behind this recipe, but the truth is, I saw a photo by Lacey, blogger at Avocados and Ales, of seitan-jackfruit ribs in the very popular Facebook group […]
- “Tell Me Your Story”: SOS RadioLife has been taking me back to remember my time as a young graduate student and then writing adjunct instructor in the English Department at the University of California, Irvine. During that time, the composition program was growing in leaps and bounds. When I started, it was all run by graduate students farther along into […]