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  • 9 Homemade Sauerkraut Recipes
    In Western culture, fermented foods often don’t play enough of a role in everyday fare. Fermented foods contribute to gut health, supplying more probiotic action that what you might find in a capsule. They can also strengthen your immune system, according to this article by expert Rebecca Wood. “Fermentation increases the flavor, medicinal value and […] The post 9 Homemade Sauerkraut Recipes appeared first on VegKitchen. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Aiyana Edmund
    4 days ago
  • Real Food, Real Fast: Cookbook Review
    By now, you've probably heard about Hannah Kaminsky's fabulous new book "Real Food, Real Fast." It's so popular, that the first printing edition is already almost sold out! How rad that there is such enthusiasm for vegan food. Hannah and I go waaaaay back - I've been reading her blog for so many years I can't even remember how long it's been. Hannah was just a (super talented) little teenager back then... but from the beginning, her blog always had an excellent style and sense of personality. She's written a few other great cookbooks, and it's been wonderful over the years to see her interest in photography develop and her recipes become more daring and creative. So, I was super stoked to review her newest book, Real Food Real Fast. Plus, I am definitely interested in quick, delicious and healthy meals. That's pretty much what I'm always looking for. real food, real fast! Tempeh Fries with Peanut Satay SauceThis recipe is actually from the Snacks and Apps chapter, but it actually made a totally excellent light dinner. These tempeh "fries" have a simple but excellent flavoring on them, and are sauteed in the pan. They are SO good and toothsome and the peanut satay sauce is absolutely delicious. That sauce is so amazing - spiced, spicy, tangy, and rich. In the interest of adding some greens to our meal, I ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Amey
    4 days ago
  • Vegan Mozza Dip! (vegan, oil-free, gluten-free, soy-free)
    Please make this vegan mozza dip! That’s a strange way to start a post. Basically begging you to make a recipe. But, this vegan mozza dip is super good. And, I know you are seeing dozens of recipes online every week. So, something got to nudge you to make it, right? That nudge is me. 😬 This vegan mozza dip is actually in Plant-Powered Families. I haven’t given it a lot of attention to date, but I hear from you guys about this recipe often! This dip literally takes minutes to blitz. You could actually fully heat/thicken it through the high-speed blending, however I love to bake it for that golden topping. I’ve been so immersed in recipe testing in the past couple of year for both The Cheese Trap and the diabetes cookbook that I haven’t made this dip in a really long time. Too long. When I do make it? I get the you’re the best mom line. Yeah. Until I ask for help with clean up… <<crickets>> We know that drill all too well, yes moms? I must talk about household matters some day. Because I’m up-to-my-neck-fed-up with the constant upkeep of household and (mostly) grown children. But, that will be for another day. {Feel free to vent in the comments about same if you like, however!} Until we have ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Dreena
    4 days ago
  • How to Grow Sprouts in a Jar
    A few weeks ago, I killed my much-anticipated air plant, despite the girl at the fancy plant shop telling me they were “super easy and impossible to mess up.” We had a good, 5-month run until winter happened and I overwatered it and caused root rot. Go figure my happiest plant is one from Ikea Read More » The post How to Grow Sprouts in a Jar appeared first on Pickles & Honey. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Amanda Maguire
    5 days ago
  • Easy Vegan Gluten-Free Pizza Crust
    Friends, it’s here! A vegan, gluten-free pizza crust that’s easy to make with ingredients you probably have on hand right now. Not to mention, it’s perfectly crisp on the edges and firm but tender in the center. Whoop! Let’s make gluten-free pizza dreams come true! This recipe requires 10 simple ingredients and comes together in less than 45 minutes from start to finish! Easy Vegan Gluten-Free Pizza Crust from Minimalist Baker → ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Dana @ Minimalist Baker
    5 days ago
  • Vegan Mac & Cheese with Spiralized Zucchini + Giveaway
    I’m so excited to share this healthy, vegan twist on comfort food using spiralized zucchini and a creamy cashew-based cheese sauce. This Vegan Mac & Cheese with Spiralized Zucchini recipe is going to be your new favorite comfort food! This recipe comes from an awesome new cookbook called Quick & Easy Spiralizer Cookbook: 100 Vegetable Noodle Recipes You Can Make in 30 Minutes or Less. Every recipe in this book is made using some sort of spiralized vegetable, whether it be zucchini, cucumber, sweet potato, melon(!), carrot, summer squash, or butternut squash. Who knew that so many foods could be spiralized?!? Honestly, spiralizing vegetables is one of my favorite suggestions to get more vegetables into your diet because vegetable noodles are just so dang fun to make and eat (see all my tips for making vegetables taste delicious here)! Veggie noodles are perfect for picky-eaters or kids because the texture is so reminiscent of spaghetti. And, spiralized vegetables make such a great base for so many different recipes that are perfect for people who want an option to regular grain-based noodles. This is the spiralizer that I use. I’m in love with this cookbook because every dish can be made in 30 minutes or less, and is clearly marked for specialty diets including vegan, vegetarian, paleo, or keto. The book is written by Megan Flynn ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Carrie Forrest, MPH in Nutrition
    5 days ago
  • Vegan Cranberry Almond Orange Muffins
    These vegan cranberry almond orange muffins are fluffy, sweet, and bursting with juicy cranberries. Plus, they’re packed with fiber, protein, and healthy fats. They make the perfect addition to any weekend brunch! This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Blissful Basil! These brunch-friendly muffins are perfect for... Vegan Cranberry Almond Orange Muffins by Ashley of Blissful Basil ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Ashley
    5 days ago
  • Dream The Future
    Check out CuriosityStream’s 10-part original new series Dream The Future! Dream The Future transports you to the year 2050. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Sponsored Post
    5 days ago
  • Cauliflower Fried Rice – 1 Pot
    Cauliflower Fried Rice. Easy 1 Pot Fried Rice. No grains, low carb. So fluffy and so good. Vegan Gluten-free Grain-free Nut-free Recipe.  This easy cauliflower fried rice is fluffy, filling and amazing. I use a combination of shredded cauliflower and broccoli for the rice. Broccoli adds some color and also texture that keeps the shredded cauliflower fluffy.  Add veggies of choice, some sauce/flavor, saute, fluff and done. I served this with some baked lime soy tofu and eggplant that is coming up soon. Any stir fry will work if you can keep some of this fried rice to serve for later. This cauliflower fried rice is best served fresh for maximum fluffyness and neutral cauliflower flavor. Cauliflower flavor tends to get stronger on storage.  Simple, Delicious and Veggie full.  Continue reading: Cauliflower Fried Rice – 1 PotThe post Cauliflower Fried Rice – 1 Pot appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-15By Richa
    5 days ago
  • Macro Bowls from Power Plates (+ a Giveaway!)
    Photograph by Ashley McLaughlinHappy Wednesday! The visit with my dear college friend that I mentioned on Sunday has been lovely so far, but I’m taking a quick pause to share the macro bowls from Power Plates.The bowls chapter of the cookbook came together before any of the others, with recipes that I’d been thinking about for a long time. Since macronutrient balance is a theme of the book, and since macro bowls are one of my all time favorite meals, I knew I’d be including a personal take on the grain, bean, green, sea vegetable, and squash combination.This is it. A little non-traditional (I can’t seem to get hijiki salad just right at home, no matter how hard I try), but I did my best to pay homage to a meal that’s the essence of nourishment in my mind. Hope you’ll enjoy this one as much as I do; in the year since I finished testing recipes for the book, it’s the bowl I’ve made most often.Macro Bowls from Power Plates (+ a Giveaway!) Print Recipe type: main dish Cuisine: vegan, gluten free, soy free option, tree nut free Author: Gena Hamshaw Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 40 mins Total time: 50 mins Serves: 4 bowlsIngredientsFor the rice:1 cup (200 g) short-grain brown rice1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds1 scallion, ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-14By Gena
    5 days ago
  • BIG news from VegNews—we’re headed to Hollywood! Next month, VN…
    BIG news from VegNews—we’re headed to Hollywood! Next month, VN is opening an office in Los Angeles, where our team of editors will be 1) working hard, and 2) eating our weight in Veggie Grill, Doomies, Crossroads Kitchen, Little Pine, Cocobella, Azla, Gracias Madre, Shojin, Sage, Real Food Daily, and the list goes on. There’s a reason why we named the City of Angels the #1 vegan city in America. LA here we come! ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-14
    6 days ago
  • Vegan Thin Mints
    Vegan Thin Mints just like the Girl Scout Cookies, but are vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and with no added oils or butters, yet taste just like the traditional! So unbelievably delicious and yet, so much healthier than store-bought! Made with only 8 ingredients! JUMP TO RECIPE What could possibly be better timing for a Vegan Thin Mint Cookie recipe than during Continue Reading ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-14By
    6 days ago
  • Don’t be an LC. Come to Paris with us. >>…
    Don’t be an LC. Come to Paris with us. >> ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-14
    6 days ago
  • Pie-Eyed
    The only class I’ve ever failed was math. Though typically a dedicated student and overachiever, this devastating low mark hardly came as a surprise. If the theory is true that the left brain is meant to handle more abstract, creative though and the right is in charge of practical analytics, it’s not entirely farfetched to imagine a complete absence of the latter in my skull. I’m still lost beyond the most basic arithmetic required for scaling recipes up or down and thank my lucky stars that somehow, for reasons unbeknownst to me, they still let me graduate on such shaky algebraic footing. Despite the fact that pi is a formula I would rarely consider applying in real life, it’s a concept I’m only too happy to celebrate every March 13th, otherwise known as 3/14 on the calendar. Though a mathematical novice, I’d like to consider myself a pie expert with a lifetime of experience both eating and baking the crusted wonders. Evidence of that mild obsession is easily found in Easy as Vegan Pie, a trove of both sweet and savory recipes that could make any day a Pi/Pie Day. Don’t know where to start? Take a gander at the cheat sheet I’ve assembled here with some of my best baking blueprints, which don’t need any sort of higher degree to decode. The ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-14By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    6 days ago
  • Vegan Irish Stew with Savory Herb Dumplings
    Rich stout beer is the key to creating an intensely flavorful, and totally delicious batch of vegan Irish stew! Top it all off with some fluffy herbed dumplings and you’re in vegan comfort food heaven. Happy Pi Day! This recipe was supposed to be a pie, and as you can see, it is not. For a while there I thought I’d start a new tradition and post an Irish themed pie every year to hit both Saint Patrick’s Day and Pi Day. I did manage to do that back in 2016. But then last year I posted a very not Irish pizza. And this year I failed at making my Irish recipe into a pie. Ah well. So yeah, initially I thought a vegan Irish stew pot pie would be the thing. But as much as I love a good savory pie, they’re a ton of work. Who has time for that when pie day falls in the middle of the week. And dumplings are just as tasty as pie crust, in my humble opinion. So Irish stew with dumplings it is! What makes this stew Irish, you ask? Well, first off, it’s totally not authentic. It’s a bit like my vegan beef stew, and if you enjoyed that I think you’ll dig this too. But it’s the addition of some Irish stout, ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-14By Alissa Saenz
    6 days ago
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