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Tofu Scramble

This morning, sick of oatmeal and peanut butter on toast I turned to an old favorite – Tofu Scramble. Everyone has their own variations, but the rule of thumb is to squeeze and crumble the tofu into large clumps because it will crumble further as you cook… Read More »Tofu Scramble

Simple fried Tofu

You can use this sumptuous fried tofu to give the texture of meat. It is particularly useful as a bit-sized chicken alternative in curries, stir-fries, and stews; and great for entertaining skeptical omnivores. Tofu itself has a low amount of calories, a relatively large amount of iron, and little fat.… Read More »Simple fried Tofu

Roasted Tomato Soup

This has become my new favorite vegan tomato soup. Not only is this little treasure super easy to create but it contains tons of the antioxidant lycopene, which protects your skin from sun damage, especially important during these long summer days. It’s also easily adapted… Read More »Roasted Tomato Soup

Simple as Quinoa Salad

How versatile and unique this little grain is, although technically it’s not a grain at all, but rather a chenopod, closely related to beets and spinach. That’s probably why it’s so nutritious. Quinoa pronounced ”Qin-wah” comes from the Andean region of Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru. Ingredients 1 cup of cooked quinoa 1 can of artichoke hearts 1 bunch of steamed green… Read More »Simple as Quinoa Salad

White Bean and Basil Hummus

It’s a nice change from regular hummus and has a particularly thick and creamy texture, not as nutty as chickpea hummus but equally as good. Serves: 1 1/2 cup Total Time: 5 minutes Ingredients 1 can cannelini or northern white beans, rinsed and drained 1 cup fresh basil 1 small garlic… Read More »White Bean and Basil Hummus

Vegan Pumpkin Scone Recipe

These Vegan Pumpkin treats are a little savory with a spicy undertone and sweet surface. Seriously, this recipe will produce pumpkin scones better than any you could buy. I recommend serving them warm with butter and a cup of tea. Prep Time: 15 minutes      Bake Time: 15 minutes… Read More »Vegan Pumpkin Scone Recipe