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  • Are Autism Diet Benefits Just a Placebo Effect?
    Published on 2017-11-22By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
    2 days ago
  • Gluten-Free Vegan Mushroom Gravy
    Thanksgiving 2017 is upon us and I couldn’t be more excited to share a gravy recipe. With only a handful of ingredients and one pan needed. I’ve been holding out on you. This recipe has been a long time coming. I ran out of time last year to share it, so I apologize for the...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Vegan Mushroom Gravy appeared first on The Plant Philosophy. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Margaret
    2 days ago
    Not an emergency recipe for stuffing or pie today, nope. Just a spicy-sweet-tangy sipper to keep your immunity vibing and your stomach calm (perhaps after some feasting?). If you’re a last minute planner, all of my best holiday recipes from the blog’s archives are right over HERE. I own a great juicer (this Omega one–affiliate link), […] The post SWEET FIRE TONIC appeared first on The First Mess // Plant-Based Recipes + Photography by Laura Wright. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Laura
    2 days ago
  • Vegetable Teriyaki Stir-Fry (vegan, oil-free, and gluten-free)
      This Vegetable Teriyaki Stir-Fry is one of my most popular recipes, and it’s been with me for a while! Funny, as a culture, we are always excited and fascinated by what’s new. As a vegan chef, I love to push out of my cooking comfort zones to try new techniques, new ingredients, and of course to create new recipes for all of you. We have thousands of cookbooks available to use (vegan or otherwise), and millions more recipes online. But we are still so eager for the new thing. Sometimes, however, the gems are already ‘out there’. As with this Vegetable Teriyaki Stir-Fry It’s another one of those oldies but goodies! Readers tell me all the time that it’s “better than takeout”! When I wrote PPF, I included this recipe, because it has been such a reader favorite (and a favorite for our family as well). I made this recipe again recently and decided I had to get this recipe with all its beauteous veg posted for you. While I was making it, hubby walked in and said “man, it smells good in here, is that what I think it is?  I cannot wait to eat!” Yes, my tater-veggie-burger-loving hubby absolutely LOVES this vegetable teriyaki stir-fry, and has no issue scarfing down all the mix of vegetables. I sometimes switch up some ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-22By Dreena
    2 days ago
  • Ghee Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Maple Tahini Dressing
    Roasted Brussels sprouts + salty and nutty ghee + creamy tahini + sweet maple syrup = the best way to get your cruciferous veggie on. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21
    2 days ago
  • No Meat Athlete Black Friday Bundle: 90% discount!
      The No Meat Athlete Black Friday Bundle is BACK! Last year many of you took advantage of the incredible No Meat Athlete Black Friday Bundle. This year, I’m contributing my newest ebook, and this bundle is better than ever. This year, the bundle includes 23 vegan fitness & habit guides, meal plans, and cookbooks…at over 90% off. Here’s the HUGE line-up: Nutrition eBooks, Cookbooks, Seminars, and Programs Health Made Simple by Matt Frazier and Sid Garza-Hillman The Dairy Detox from Michelle Cehn and Allison Rivers Samson The 30-Day Vegan Challenge by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau The Get Loved Up 7-Day Holistic Health Challenge by Koya Webb Dude, Where Do You Get Your Protein: The Complete Guide for the Plant-Based Endurance Athlete by Jackson Long and Aaron Stuber Pastry Master Class with Chef AJ: Desserts of the Stars Webcasts of Chef AJ’s Healthy Taste of Sacramento Conference Eco-Vegan Pal by Whitney Lauritsen Vegan Fitness Food by Crissi Carvalho Plant-Powered Dressings by Dreena Burton Approaching the Natural by Sid Garza-Hillman My Health Hustle from Jason Wrobel Easy Recipes for Busy Parents by Shoshana and Adam Chaim Meal Planning Mastery by Shoshana and Adam Chaim 12-Minute Kitchen Starter Kit from Matt Jager Jacked on the Beanstalk by Samantha Shorkey The Food Pharmacy Family Favorites: Hearty Plant-Based Recipes Everyone Will Love by Evelisse Capó and Elisa Burgos Presentations from ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By Dreena
    2 days ago
  • In case you hadn’t heard, Trader Joe’s has basically gone vegan….
    In case you hadn’t heard, Trader Joe’s has basically gone vegan. Just in time for the holidays. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21
    2 days ago
  • Caramel Pear Turkey Legs
    Put a new twist on an old classic this Thanksgiving by turning fresh fruit and pretzel rods into Caramel Pear Turkey Legs. You’ll love the subtle tartness of pears matched with the sweetness of caramel–pears are so the new apples! Unless you don’t like pears and then, well…just use apples. And if you don’t like apples, well, go ahead and make the meat part from Rice Krispie Treats. See? Something for everyone. What can I say? It’s Thanksgiving and I’m feeling generous. Now pass the Turkey Legs! RELATED: White Chocolate Pear Ghosts Sorry kids, these Caramel Pear Turkey Legs don’t legitimately pass as an actual course at dinner but make sure you save some room for dessert. Who needs pie anyway? RELATED: 12 Thanksgiving Kid Recipes  To make the process of making these Caramel Pear Turkey Legs go a little faster, take heed to these suggestions: Buy the smaller pears. It’s easier to cover them entirely with caramel if they are smaller. Make sure that your pears are room temperature. When you are dipping the pears into the caramel, if they are cold, then it will harden the caramel. If you caramel starts to get hard prior to dipping the pears, add a teaspoon of water to the bowl and throw it back into the microwave for 15 seconds or so. Mix well ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By Cara
    2 days ago
  • 12 Vegan Holiday Cookies You Must Make!
    So, yeah, it's the week of Thanksgiving. I've been so immersed in finishing my cookbook, that I haven't been able to post a Thanksgiving recipe. But, I've received a ton of emails and messages asking about Christmas and Thanksgiving cookies and holiday cookies, so that sparked this last minute holiday vegan cookie roundup post. That way, they are all in Continue Reading ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By
    2 days ago
  • 81 Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
    Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Still in search of some vegan deliciousness for your feast? I’ve got plenty to share! Here are 81 of my favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes. For once I’m early! Just about every Thanksgiving since I started blogging I’ve put together one of these little round-ups, but they usually don’t appear until the day before Thanksgiving. I guess I’m banking on everyone else being as big a slacker as me! This year, for once, I’m two days in advance of the big day. I know, I’m so on top of things, right? I’m also ready for my own Thanksgiving feast, as I’ve got a freezer stocked with all the goodies I’ve been sharing all month. Woo-hoo! So I guess you’re all happy to hear how impressed I am with myself this year. 😉 But I know that’s not why you’re here. You want some vegan Thanksgiving recipes. Well, here you go! Enjoy and have a wonderful holiday! Appetizers Maple Dijon Vegan Cheese Ball Caramelized Onion Hummus Sweet Potato Latkes with Spiked Apple Sauce Tempeh Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms Trumpet Mushroom Calamari Cashew Camembert Sweet, Smoky and Savory Butternut Squash Hummus Muhammara That’s Nacho Sweet Potato Cheese! Vegan Mini Spinach Quiches   Soup Red Lentil Butternut Squash Soup with Curry Croutons Rosemary, Red Bean & Kale Soup Chai-Spiced ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By Alissa Saenz
    2 days ago
  • Vegan Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls
    Namely MarlyThanksgiving is a time for gratitude and thanks. I'm thankful to be able to share with you these delicious Vegan Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls that will hopefully make you thankful for being able to share them with your family. Hmm. Thankfulness and sharing seem to go hand-in-hand. I like that!This article first appeared on Namely Marly and is copyrighted © 2017  ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By Marly
    2 days ago
  • Poached Trade
    At their bare essentials, all holidays are based around eating and drinking to some degree, but none more so than Thanksgiving. In fact, it’s the main event! Without the gluttonous, butter-soaked spread, it would be just another family meal. Our excuse is that we’re merely celebrating the great bounty we’re so fortunate to receive, but somewhere along the line, it becomes a battle between man and sweatpants, seeing which will give under the pressure first. Today, I would like to offer you the antidote to that over-the-top indulgence, in the form of a persimmon. Elegant simplicity defines this plate; more of a procedure than a full recipe, the most essential step is one not written in the instructions. Start with only the very best fruit, or don’t bother starting at all. I would never suggest that such a humble dessert, delicious as it may be, could ever replace the traditional slab of pumpkin or pecan pie. Rather, consider each one a sweet little snack that’s something extra special for the occasion. Serve these dainty orange orbs midday to stave off that familiar, gnawing hunger while dinner slowly roasts to prevent the inevitable frenzied binge. Alternatively, save them for the following day when those sticky, crumbly, half-eaten pies aren’t nearly so appealing. Poached Persimmons 5 Fuyu Persimmons, Stemmed and Peeled 3 Cups Pineapple Juice 2 ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    2 days ago
  • The Healthiest Podcast Ever
    I’m excited to announce that we just launched a podcast: The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee. In each episode, we’ll be examining the knowledge and tools you need to live a long and healthy life. ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By jsurak
    2 days ago
  • Alexandra’s spiced roasted squash with crispy kale, wild mushrooms and tahini dressing
    Published on 2017-11-21By Ella Mills
    2 days ago
  • Tofu Red Lentil Shakshuka
    I started incorporating more savory breakfasts into my routine a couple years ago. At first, it was just a handy way to use up leftovers more quickly. Over time, I started to really enjoy the variety that savory breakfasts afforded me—so many new options to try, a welcome change of pace from my usual routine of oatmeal or toast.Savory breakfasts have stuck around, and I find that it’s especially easy to love them as the weather gets cooler. Leftover soup and bread is pretty great fortification for a frigid, windy morning. So is any time of dal, or chana masala with homemade chapati. If I’ve got random odds and ends of meals, like the last cup of a bean dish and some leftover cooked grains, it’s easy enough to throw them into a whole grain tortilla with a few avocado slices. These meals keep me full for hours.This tofu red lentil shakshuka is my latest favorite savory breakfast or brunch. It’s a very simple and plainly non-traditional spin on shakshuka, a popular Northern African and Middle Eastern breakfast that usually features eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce.My version is mild, which is my preference first thing in the morning, but you could certainly give the dish more heat by finishing it with crushed red pepper flakes or adding a couple finely chopped jalapeno peppers ... read more
    Published on 2017-11-21By Gena
    2 days ago
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