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Jewish Food Hero Holiday Menu Service

Passover is fast approaching and like most holidays, the focus is very much on food. Passover has many food restrictions and when you’re vegan on top of that, it can be downright challenging. Searching for recipes that are both vegan and appropriate for the Jewish holidays can be difficult; the resources are few and not […]

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Happy Vegan Hanukkah Menu 2014

No matter how you spell it – Hanukkah, Chanuka, Chanukah, or Hannuka – the Festival of Lights is upon us again. There is no shortage of recipes here at The “V” Word. Check out the following post with recipes links: Holiday Menu Extravaganza – 90 Vegan Recipes But if all those recipes just make it […]

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Vegan Thanksgiving Menu 2014

Thanksgiving Menu 2014 Curried Pumpkin Soup with Apple Crutons Apple, Cranberry, Fennel and Arugula Salad with a Honee Apple Vinaigrette (recipe in The “V” Word Holiday E-Book) Tofu with Apple and Onion Relish Sorta Seitan “Turkey” Cutlets Gluten-Free V-Turkey Cutlets Chickpea Mushroom Gravy (recipe in The “V” Word Holiday E-Book) Spiced Pumpkin Penne with Hazelnuts […]

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VeganMoFo #17: Potato and Onion Kugel with Sauteed Apples Done 2 Ways

Today is a bit of a departure from my VeganMoFo theme because I am not reviewing any products. However, it’s still another post about delicious vegan food with a recipe so I’m sure it counts. Rosh Hashanah is almost upon us. If you are planning a big dinner for your friends and family, you will […]

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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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How to Make a Vegan Passover Seder Plate Plus a Recipe for Charoset

  Anyone who has been to a Passover Seder knows that the Seder Plate is the centerpiece of the table. It is rich with symbolism of the Exodus of the Hebrew slaves and is a main part of the Seder’s ceremonial rituals. But some of the items on the Seder plate are not vegan-friendly and […]

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Apple Cake

  I love when it’s apple-picking season. It’s the time of the year I most want to bake desserts. But I like desserts that aren’t that sweet. My favorite desserts have fruits and vegetables in them such as carrot, squash, zucchini, bananas and apples with warm spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. This apple cake […]

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