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Jamaican (Ital) Curried Jackfruit with Chickpeas

I love so many different ethnic cuisines, especially those with rice and spice, that sometimes it’s hard for me to choose a favorite. However, if a genie told me I could have any one cuisine placed in front of me right now, it would take me no time to choose – Jamaican food. Jamaican food, […]

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VeganMoFo #8: Vegan Products I Love – Beyond Meat & Caribbean Citrus “Chicken” Recipe

Welcome to another day of VeganMoFo, the month of vegan food. VeganMoFo is when bloggers all over the world dedicate their time and their blogs to posts about vegan food every day of the month. This month The “V” Word is concentrating on vegan products that are worth writing about, reading about, buying, trying and […]

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Jackfruit Ropa Vieja

  Back in 2011, I posted a recipe for my vegan version of Ropa Vieja made with portobello mushrooms. “Ropa Vieja” means “old clothes” and comes from this story: A man’s family was coming to his home for dinner. Being very poor, the man could not buy them enough food. So he went to his closet, […]

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Pasta with Vegan Bolognese Sauce

“This is the best sauce you have ever made,” Tom said as he was putting some of the leftover Bolognese sauce on some bread for a snack. “I think it tastes exactly like Mom’s,” I replied. And it was true. Every bite of this sauce took me right back to my mother’s meat sauce and […]

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Vegan and Gluten-Free Potato Blintzes

It’s Shavout, the Jewish holiday where we commemorate receiving the Torah, and for most people who celebrate, it brings to mind dishes that focus on dairy. However, I just read an interesting article on The Jewish Daily Forward called “Want Authentic Shavout Meals? Try Fruit, Not Dairy.” The article states that dairy was not an […]

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Vegan Poutine

If you have never heard of Poutine, it’s time to start. Poutine is a traditional Canadian dish. It’s the ultimate comfort food – french fries smothered in gravy and topped with cheese curds. It’s common to find many poutine shops in Canada but now this decadent dish is becoming very popular in the U.S. I”m […]

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