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Gluten-Free Vegan Spicy Eggplant Sausages

What do you do when you love vegan sausages but they don’t sell them in any markets near you or are just out of your budget? Even worse, what happens if you’re gluten-free? Eh bien, then you make your own at home. It’s really easy. I wanted to make a gluten-free version of my favorite sausages, […]

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The Best Vegan Chicken Burgers Ever!

One of my favorite fast-food things to eat in my pre-vegan era – I guess that would be like 2004 B.V. – was chicken burgers. I would go to Wendy’s and get their chicken sandwich with mayo, lettuce and tomato. Not surprising since my favorite food was chicken and fried chicken cutlets were a staple. […]

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Vegan Chilaquiles

If you eat a gluten-free diet, finding snacks that are healthy and delicious is important. That’s why it’s so great that there are companies like Beanfields Snacks. Their line of bean and rice chips are gluten-free, vegan and sooo good! I’ve reviewed Beanfields Snacks several times. They won a Trudy Award for Best Snack Food […]

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Super Green Rice with Veggies, Soy Curls and Dr. Mercola’s Organic Greens

A while ago, I received some really cool products from Dr. Mercola to review. You’ve probably heard of Dr. Mercola; he is the health guru and best-selling author of many books on nutrition and health. His web site is packed with articles on health, nutrition and ways we can improve our lives and health. He also […]

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BBQ Pulled Carrots Sandwiches

Mmm…BBQ! When Tom and I were planning our elopement in North Carolina, we were more excited about eating authentic Southern barbecue than we were about getting married. Sérieusement. We watched endless barbecue cooking challenges and travel food shows on television. We read up about how to find the best, most authentic barbecue (they suggested restaurants […]

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Raw Beet and Sweet Potato Salad with Almonds and Orange Balsamic Dressing

This past Chanukah, Tom bought me a spiralizer. I’ve wanted one for a long time although I can make long veggie noodles with a julienne peeler. But it’s not the same, vous savez? So yesterday, I finally took it out of the box and after a few missteps, I got the hang of how to […]

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New E-Cookbook: My Yiddishe Vegan + Where to Buy Any or All of Them

I’ve been working on this e-book for over 2 years and it’s finally done. Every Chanukah and then every Rosh Hashanah, I’d plan to have this book done but things came up and life got busy. Yesterday when I sat down to write my articles for One Green Planet, their web site was down and […]

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Pumpkin Rotini with Mushrooms and Punk Rawk Labs Smoked Cashew Cheese

A scientist, a record store owner and a nutritionist walk into a kitchen…sounds like the beginning of a joke but instead it’s actually the beginning of a great company called Punk Rawk Labs. Punk Rawk Labs is a woman-owned, Minnesota-based company formed in 2010. It was created when one of the founders, Alissa, had a […]

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Soy Curl Tortilla Soup

It’s fall. Yay! Fall is my favorite season. The leaves are already changing colors and floating to the ground. Every day Tom brings me in a beautiful leaf or two that he finds on his walks with Benny. It’s getting colder too and lately I’ve been craving soup. I’m loving the combination of tomatoes and […]

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Chocolate-Covered Cheesecake Bites with Madecasse Chocolate

If you know me from my blog posts, then you know I’m not a huge fan of chocolate and sweets. I’m much more of a savory girl. But if there were a chocolate that could change my mind, Madécasse is the company that makes it. The story of Madécasse is enough to make you fall […]

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The Most Amazing Potato Nachos and Review of Sweet Earth Foods (Première partie)

When I write recipes I don’t usually label them as “the best,” “the ultimate” ou “parfait” as some people do. I’ve always felt that sounded a bit conceited and was up to the eaters to decide for themselves. But calling this recipe just “Potato Nachos” didn’t seem accurate. It needed something else. And something more […]

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Vegan Buffalo BBQ Chicken

It’s summer (presque) and summer makes ones thoughts turn to all thing BBQ. Even though I make my BBQ dishes indoors, I still love when they taste spicy, smoky and decadent. I’ve made a few BBQ dishes that I’ve posted here: Balsamique seitan BBQ Ribs et tempeh; Baked BBQ Tofu and Tempeh and Orange Balsamic […]

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Baked Cauliflower “Mac” and Cheese with Peas and Review of Teese Vegan Cheddar Cheese

We all love mac and cheese but now that the weather is getting warmer and our sweaters are put away, it’s time to lighten up our usual dishes. Since cauliflower is the new kale and people are using it for everything, it only made sense to use it for a low-carb substitute for pasta. Mac […]

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this Skillet Cheesy Enchilada Stew

Today is Cinco de Mayo, a day of celebration and lots of good food and drinks. So I had to share this amazing dish I made. Eh bien, it’s not really a dish – it’s an entire pot full of ooey-gooey cheesy, soy curl-y goodness. Pour une raison, I had cheese fondue in my mind. J'ai […]

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Asparagus Tofu Tartines with Light Vegan Hollandaise Sauce

I’ve been a fan of Rachael Ray since before I was vegan. So much of what I know about cooking I learned from watching her. Once I became vegan, I continued to watch her shows, read her magazines and learn more. I also attempt to veganize many of her recipes. My dream, après tout, est […]

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Vegan Mozzarella-Stuffed Cannellini Burgers with Spinach Pesto

Over the years I have made a lot of vegan burgers. I have Kidney Bean-Walnut Burgers, Black-Eyed Pea Burgers, Burgers de lentilles Buffalo, Burgers de pois chiches, Hoisin Black Bean Burgers, Moussaka Burgers, Burgers aubergine, Trudy “Costaud” Burgers, QBC (Quinoa, Broccoli and Chickpea) Burgers, Burgers de betteraves rôties, and Green Chile Queso Beast Burgers. I’ve written articles here and […]

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Raw ou presque chocolat noisettes Raw Cheesecake

Je ne poste pas beaucoup de recettes brutes. En fait, cela ne peut être le second dans les années qui ont suivi ce blog a commencé. Ne vous méprenez pas, Je suis tout pour les aliments crus, mais à l'exception des salades, Je préfère ma nourriture chaude. Le plus chaud, le meilleur. Gâteau Au Fromage, cependant, est une nourriture que vous ne mangez pas chaud […]

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Vegan Tofu Veggie Pot Pie Cheddar Biscuit au babeurre Top

Tout le monde parle la pâte à biscuits EatPastry. Il est livré dans 7 différentes saveurs que vous pouvez faire cuire dans goodies ou manger cru. Malheureusement, Je ne peux vivre par procuration parce que personne ne vend où je habite. Tout le monde ne est pas si la chance de vivre près d'un supermarché Whole Foods. La société n'a de me envoyer leur sans gluten […]

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Vegan poulet chaud et Black Bean Salad plus courgettes Noodles

Le temps est finalement devient plus doux et les énormes montagnes de neige commencent à fondre. Il a été dans les années 40 les deux derniers jours mais les nuits sont encore vraiment froid, dans les années 20. Je ai très envie salades dernièrement et je ai l'intention d'en faire pour le dîner, mais le temps que je reçois […]

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Leçons de Pourim et Vegan, Hamantaschen sans gluten

Pourim est à venir! Pourim a toujours été ma fête juive préférée, probablement parce que ce est l'un des rares où vous pouvez faire du bruit à la synagogue et il ne est pas seulement ok, il est encouragé. Tout le monde se bruiteurs appelés crécelles et vous pouvez apposer vos pieds bruyamment. Ce est le plus amusant que vous arrivez à avoir dans le temple. Sur […]

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