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Raw Carrot Avocado Soup. Quinoa Veggie Burger / Sandwich. This is every bit as delicious and satisfying as any other burger and without the suffering- what is not to like?

Quinoa Veggie Burger / Sandwich

The recipe as written a great base recipe- you can jazz it up with whatever herbs, spices a veggies or toppings you like. Give it a will not be disappointed! Quinoa and White Bean Burger. These patties are loaded with protein and fiber as well as other beneficial nutrients, and they are very filling.

Quinoa and White Bean Burger

As far as veggie burgers go this is fairly easy. FYI, you can make this recipe even simpler by using a pre-made flour instead of processing oats like I did. The patties came out fantastic and held up great without falling apart, and they were not dry at all, nor were they mushy. The texture, taste, and visual appeal all hit the mark. Tofu Scramble (with Spinach and Nutritional Yeast) I have tried plenty of tofu scramble recipes, both at home and at restaurants, and honestly, most leave something to be desired.

Tofu Scramble (with Spinach and Nutritional Yeast)

Tofu is a great base, but it’s just that – a base. Like most foods, preparation is key. This recipe uses a simple combination of oils, spices and one “secret ingredient” (nutritional yeast!) To create an extremely flavorful and satisfying dish. Tofu scramble is perfect for a protein-packed weekend breakfast or brunch, but also makes an excellent dinner! Tofu Scramble (with Spinach and Nutritional Yeast) Ingredients Tofu About 14 oz of firm or extra firm tofu (learn how to make tofu by following this recipe)3-4 T tamari or soy sauce2 T toasted sesame oil¼ cup nutritional yeast¼ tsp garlic powder¼ tsp sea salt¼ tsp tumeric½ tsp ground cumin Vegetables Preparation Whisk together soy sauce, sesame oil, nutritional yeast, garlic powder, sea salt and cumin in a large mixing bowl. Healthy Chocolate Avocado Vegan Fudge. This recipe has some true beauty foods in it: avocado, coconut, and dark chocolate.

Healthy Chocolate Avocado Vegan Fudge

Yes, a healthy moderation of dark chocolate is good for you. Dark chocolate is less processed than lower percentage chocolates and the cocoa solids contain healthy compounds called flavonols. These have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Healthy Chocolate Avocado Vegan Fudge Ingredients 1 - 3 oz. bar of bittersweet or dark chocolate – 70% or higher, chopped*1 ripe Large avocado, de-seeded and pureed*1/3 cup of organic full fat coconut milk (canned)*1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract*Stevia to taste*1/4 teaspoon salt*Raw pistachio nuts (chopped) or your choice of nuts – optional.

Guide: How to Make Almond Milk. If you've ever considered making your own plant-based milk but thought it would be too difficult or time-consuming, this guide's for you!

Guide: How to Make Almond Milk

Making your own nut or seed milk is quick and easy, and brings several benefits: You can make any kind of milk you want. 25 Plant-Based Foods You Have to Try Before You Die. Earlier this month, The Huffington Post published the article “25 Foods You Have To Eat Before You Die.”

25 Plant-Based Foods You Have to Try Before You Die

Now, a nice green smoothie can get my endorphins going pretty well, but that doesn’t mean that HuffPo’s mouth-watering pictures of meat and dairy dishes don’t look appetizing, even to this plant-powered eater. Lobster rolls and pimento cheese and tamales, oh my! The article’s food porn makes a pretty good case for its title. But, what if that article was re-written, only including plant-based dishes? Here at OGP, we decided to remake the article from a more health and Earth-friendly perspective: presenting 25 Plant-Based Foods You Have to Try Before You Die. How to Make Vegan California Sushi. Avocado and cucumber rolls are good and all, but in my world half the joy of sushi is how pretty it can all look on the plate, and the veggie options are usually just kind of boring and green.

How to Make Vegan California Sushi

So I decided to get serious. I armed myself with a ton of vegetables and decided to just go to town and make sushi until I figured out which ones were good. Several of the recipes were fun but I am most excited about two discoveries: vegan Nigiri (Nigiri is the kind where there’s a hunk of “fish” on top of a ball of rice wrapped with a thin strip of nori) and vegan California roll! The California roll was definitely my favorite type of sushi, and I know it’s pretty popular amongst a lot of people who can’t quite work themselves up to whole hunks of raw fish, so I definitely missed it once I stopped eating fish. How to Make Vegan California Sushi. How to Make Cashew Cream. Super creamy, super delicious, super awesome!

How to Make Cashew Cream

The way cashew cream should be. How to Make Cashew Cream. Spicy Kale Pesto with Zucchini Noodles. I have been indulging in this dish the last couple days!

Spicy Kale Pesto with Zucchini Noodles

It's so fresh and good. Kale pesto has become a regular habit. The pesto pairs great with the zucchini noodles, especially with a nice dusting of almond parmesan. The Perfect Holiday Gift: Brownies in a Jar. Every year, I plan and make an edible present that I give to my clients and friends who live out of town.

The Perfect Holiday Gift: Brownies in a Jar

This tradition started three years ago, a year after I decided to become freelance again. I was so grateful for the clients who had decided to trust me that I felt like I needed to say thank you in something other than words. Given that macarons are what launched Food Nouveau (which I started around the same time as my freelance career), they seemed like the perfect choice. I made a big batch of the dainty Parisian cookie and couriered the precious boxes to my (very happy) clients. That first year set the bar pretty high, so the second year, I decided to bake a selection of my favorite cookies, and I reinvented the lineup for the third year and shared the recipes during last December’s Cookie Week. Get Baked: Gingerbread Cookie Butter HoliGAY Cake. Last weekend Cara and her roommates threw a fancy holiday party and I was determined to bake something that would impress everyone. Of course I turned to Joy the Baker, one of the very first food blogs I started following and my go-to when I need a perfect dessert.

Cara’s amazing Martha-Stewart-esque roommate Kristine offered to help me, and though we encountered some obstacles along the way – such as running out of cinnamon and working with a set of unmarked measuring spoons – I believe we did indeed create one of the most impressive holiday desserts I have ever made. The New Potato - Cat Cora Holiday Recipe. On a quest for the next big thing in the food industry, sisters Danielle and Laura Kosann have begun the journey with The New Potato.

Profiling chefs, restauranteurs, and celebrities alike with cuisine questionnaires, the world of dining has reached a whole new level of delish. This week, the ladies lend us Cat Cora's insane chocolate cake recipe. Olive Oil Chocolate Cake Serves 10 7 eggs, separated 1 cup superfine sugar 1/2 cup Cat Cora’s Kitchen by Gaea Kalamata D.O.P. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. With the beater on medium speed add the olive oil, bit by bit, like making mayonnaise.

Whip the egg whites until thick, add the sugar and beat until it dissolves. Pour chocolate mixture into a large bowl and gently but swiftly fold in the egg whites. Serve with chocolate ganache (sauce) and Cat Cora’s Kitchen sea salt. Sałatka z gruszkami. Zimowa Caprese. Sałatka z pieczonych buraczków, mozzarelli i bazylii Składniki, 2 porcje: The Kitchen Paper. I’ve been having some pretty serious cravings for the last few months. No, I’m not pregnant. Sillies. I’m not craving chocolate, sugar, pickles, or anything like that… I’m craving BEANS. Specifically, beans and cheese.