Do you love delicious mashed potatoes but could do without the butter? Never fear, I’ll explain how you can make your favorite mashed potato dish without butter or regular milk with some easy milk substitutes. Head down to your favorite store and buy a pint of soy milk or almond milk. If you don’t want your potatoes to have a distinct vanilla taste, then make sure to purchase the original or plain flavor. Vegan Mashed Potatoes
This salad is loaded with vitamin C, A, Potassium and good heart-healthy fats!! There is something wonderful to me about biting into a salad with grapefruit. It's juicy and refreshing and lends a sort of bitter-sweetness to each bite. If you are not a fan of grapefruit this is also great with oranges or you could even do a combination. Let's talk about quinoa pronounced (KEEN-wah). It surprises me how many people have never even heard of quinoa. Spinach and Quinoa Salad with Grapefruit and Avocado
Why there is no need to purchase pre-made fries in the freezer aisle – in pictures and rhyme: One potato (find a potato) Two potato (cut the ends off) Three potato (cut slices)
Vegan Soup Recipes - warming, healthy and simple cooking back to recipe categories Cream of Tomato Soup Ingredients: 2 tins of plum tomatoes about a cup of water (rinse out tins with it) 1 onion 5 cloves of garlic 2 medium sweet potatoes, peeled and chopped 1 or 2 handfuls of cashew nutsasalt to taste
World's Greatest Vegan Mac n Cheeeeez You won't believe it. I'm not kidding; you will not believe it. Mac n Cheeze without a bit o' butter, cream or cheese, but with a dense, creamy sauce that will fool even the staunchest dairy-vore. This is hands-down my favorite recipe to make for my non-veg friends. They can't believe how creamy num-num it is, or what the 'cheeze' sauce is composed of, or that there's not a lick of dairy in the entire dish.
Vegan Around the Clock: 25 Vegan Recipes from Breakfast to Dessert from The Kitchn Recipe Roundup
Parsley Soup - Cherry's Vegan Recipes
How humans are not physically created to eat meat Although some historians and anthropologists say that man is historically omnivorous, our anatomical equipment teeth, jaws, and digestive system favors a fleshless diet. The American Dietetic Association notes that "most of mankind for most of human history has lived on vegetarian or near-vegetarian diets." And much of the world still lives that way. Even on most industrialized countries, the love affair with meat is less than a hundred years old.
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