Cooked Vegan Recipes

Soy Curl, Squash and Kale Soba Noodles in Peanut Sauce

September 8, 2013
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This vegan peanut soba noodle dish is a recipe I decided on making after rummaging through my dried goods and freezer. I had bought a package of soba noodles so long ago I don’t remember when and I thought, you know I haven’t made Any asian noodle dishes since my Vietnamese Vermicelli Noodle Salad (which […]

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Vegan Chocolate Banana Cream Pie – Oh My!

September 1, 2013
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Ok so you may or may not know but I try not to make desserts very often! You see I don’t like to tempt myself by keeping things like this in the house as I used to be addicted to candy and baked goods as a kid. But occasionally I make desserts for special occasions […]

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My Top 10 Most Frequently Made Low Fat Vegan Recipes

August 27, 2013
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I’ve been doing some list making over the past few weeks as you might have noticed because a lot of you are finding it really helpful to have a bigger picture overview for tools, gadgets and easy recipes. I like being helpful so this is fun for me sharing my top 10 favorite fast vegan […]

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20 Minutes To The Table Episode 5: Zucchini Rotini Marinara with Vegetables

August 25, 2013
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It’s been a long day, you’re tired, you’re hungry and you have no imagination for what to make for dinner. – I know this feeling and what to make for dinner when I have no inspiration. This vegan Zucchini Rotini Marinara is something that I make quite often because it’s easy to throw together and […]

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Eat To Live Program By Dr. Fuhrman Overview

August 12, 2013
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Eat To Live on Amazon guest post by Cynthia P. Colby So you’ve heard about the Eat to Live program created by Dr. Joel Fuhrman and wonder what it’s all about – if it’s really as good as promoted. In a word – YES. I personally believe it’s the best way on the planet to eat. It’s […]

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What do I bring for vegan camping?

August 4, 2013
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I went camping for the past 2 weekends this summer in the Rocky Mountains and although it’s a lot of work packing and setting everything up, it is fun getting out of the house, away from the computer and offline for a little while to just relax. Here’s some photos of our tent site to […]

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20 Minutes To The Table: Baked Flatbread with Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Artichokes and Basil

July 28, 2013
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So the other day I was craving something pizza-like, but knew I wanted to put a healthy twist on it. Although you may think I’m apt to put hummus on just about anything (I might! lol) I actually don’t eat hummus all that often. But when I do, I love to make my own from […]

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Lower Fat Vegan Chocolate Pudding (Stove Top)

July 23, 2013
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Although there are many ways to make your own vegan pudding such as blending avocados and cacao together (for a very high fat raw pudding) or combining silken tofu and melted chocolate (still high fat and has soy and oil) I wanted to make a less “sinful” way to make chocolate pudding. This vegan chocolate […]

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20 Minutes To The Table: Mexican Black Bean Corn Tacos & Costa Rican Cabbage Salad Video

July 21, 2013
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20 Minutes To The Table: Mexican Black Bean Corn Tacos & Costa Rican Cabbage Salad Hi everyone! I had an idea the other day of putting together quick delicious meals for those of you short on time. This recipe is a great midweek recipe, if you can open a can and use a knife you […]

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Vegan Chickpea Quinoa Burgers with Lemon and Thyme (Gluten Free)

July 7, 2013
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Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to be enjoying outdoor barbecues and picnics. Everyone wants to enjoy a freshly grilled hamburger or veggie burger. But making your own is quite easy and insanely tasty without using oils or refined soy products. My chickpea quinoa burgers are soy-free, nut-free and gluten-free so they will […]

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