Tag Archives | entrées

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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Vegan “Poulet” Boulettes de viande

It’s been a busy summer and I’ve been neglecting writing up my recipes. That doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking or creating new recipes; I just haven’t been good about writing them up and posting them. Today that changes because I promised some people that I would get this recipe up. Boulettes de viande. Meatballs are sooo […]

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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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Cape Malay Curry with Turmeric Cinnamon Rice

The other day I was doing research for an article on how to cook with African flavors. That’s one of the hot food trends this year and I couldn’t be more excited. I love the bold flavors of African cuisine and it’s so diverse from region to region, that I know there are a lot […]

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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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Jamaican Soy Curls in Curried Tomato Cream Sauce

Years ago when I first got into cooking, I would watch cooking shows on TV endlessly. I credit watching these shows with the majority of my cooking knowledge. À l'époque,, I used to get some local cable channels that played cooking shows not aired on the usual giant networks. That was very fortunate for me […]

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Vegan Jamaican Curried “Goat” Stew with Upton’s Naturals Seitan

Time does not heal all wounds. I know that I will be vegan for the rest of my life but that can never change that I wasn’t for the first half of my life. It can’t bring back all the animals who suffered and died for my appetite. While I look back and feel shame, […]

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Vegan Strawberry Cheese Blintzes with Strawberry Basil Compote and GO Veggie!® Cream Cheese

Whenever my mother made blintzes, she would make dozens…littéralement. She would easily make about 100 blintzes – cheese and potato – and freeze them so we could enjoy them for weeks and months to come. My favorites were the potato blintzes with mashed potatoes mixed with caramelized onions. I’ve made a vegan version of my […]

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Vegan Potato & Spinach Cheddar Fritters with Horseradish Dipping Sauce

Yesterday was one of those days when I didn’t know what to make for dinner and the veggie supply was running low. You know those times – you look through the fridge and try to figure out what you can make from what you have, like it’s a basket on Chopped. I had potatoes and […]

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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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Chou-fleur Hunter

Il ya des années, lorsque je ai été d'apprendre à cuisiner, Je ai fait poulet cacciatore et je ai adoré. Il est italien, un peu épicée et pleine de saveur. Quand je suis devenu végétalien, Je ai réinventé la recette et utilisé tofu. Je ai adoré Tofu Cacciatore encore plus. Cette fois, je vais faire un autre changement et faire le chou-fleur cacciatore. Ironiquement, […]

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