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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.
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)
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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.
To be honest, when Vegan Week came up on the editorial calendar, I wasn't exactly brimming with ideas. It's not because I have anything against vegan cooking, but because when I cook vegan, it's usually an accident. See, vegan cooking often just happens when you try to let vegetables and grains shine in dishes without a lot of fuss. What I love about vegan cooking is not its fake-meat-like substances, but for its emphasis on simple ways to cook with fresh foods from the earth, without much fuss and lots of improvisation. And the great thing about having five years of recipe archives on TheKitchn.com is that when I do need to find a vegan recipe, I know where to go. Here are 25 of my favorite vegan recipes from the site, for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert.
One of the many refrains heard by vegans and vegetarians is the familar “But where do you get your protein?” Over time, though, this is becoming less common, due to the fact that we have proven by example that a meatless existence is not only healthful, but more so than an omnivorous one. This list is not intended to be all-encompassing, but rather a basic primer, created to let people know which plant sources offer particular nutrients. So the next time someone asks you where you get your protein, you can immediately say, “Beans, legumes, seeds and grains.
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