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Italian Squash and Tempeh Casserole

Casseroles are perfect for bringing to dinner parties this holiday season. Not only are they hearty, but they can also be a complete meal with all your necessary ingredients for good health. Today, we will incorporate tempeh with vegetables so we can get our carbohydrates, our protein, and many of our vitamins in one simple [...]

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Eggplant salad

While they have plenty of controversy as nightshade plants, eggplants are wonderful vegetables that can be used in various ways. They are also very nutritious. They contain fiber, potassium, and vitamin B6 among many other vitamins. What’s fun about this eggplant salad is that it is not dripping with liquids, so you can put it [...]

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Absolutely Awesome Artichoke Salad


I am a H.U.G.E. fan of artichokes. They're yummy, healthy - and, best of all, very easy to cook. Not only are they low in calories, artichokes are also a good source of sodium, protein, vitamin A, and even calcium. So put down that glass of milk, let me show you a nice, easy artichoke [...]

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Iced Pumpkin Cookies

Pumpkins aren’t specific to any region, they are available almost everywhere. When I was younger, I used to have pumpkins almost every day in the form of different types of curries. The best part: pumpkins don’t need refrigeration and they come loaded with plenty of seeds. If you are a seed collector like me, you [...]

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Green Tomato Jam

I have yet to explore the health benefits of green tomatoes. Cost wise, tomatoes have always been much cheaper than vegetables. Whenever, I hear anything unusual about tomatoes, I quickly remember the Tomatina festival in Spain. What a fun and frolic - fighting with tomatoes! La Tomatina is a festival of its own in the [...]

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Baked Yam Fries

Yams are so plentiful in the fall. We often think of them being used in sweet dishes, topped with brown sugar, nuts, or marshmallows and cinnamon candies. But something wonderful happens when they are baked up like fries with a salty topping. The combination of the naturally sweet flavor with the salty topping is a [...]

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Lebanese Vegan Mughly Pudding

Ah, it’s the holiday season. It’s time to get cracking on holiday recipes for dessert and main courses. As a famous Lebanese Christmas specialty, Mughly is perfect for the holiday season. Traditionally this pudding is served if a child is born during Xmas season. But Mughly is also perfect as you start preparing for the [...]

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Best Vegan Banana Bread Ever (Gluten & Dairy Free)

I would be surprised if I met anyone who hated bananas. And who would not l.o.v.e. warm, moist banana bread topped with almond butter? Banana bread and nut-rich plum cake have been my all time favorite ever since I was a child. I personally give more preference to the flavor that fills the kitchen while [...]

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Hearty Vegan Chicken Soup With Italian Herbs and Rice

With Winter coming, my family is dealing with the lingering effects of a cold. To my mind, that means it's time to break out wholesome, nutritious, and delicious soup! Soup is just one of those all around good-for-you foods. Serve a sandwich or salad on the side, and you've got yourself a great little dinner [...]

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Vegan Pizza with Portobello Mushrooms


Pizza is an easy and quick meal. It covers so many food groups all in one go. But, with greasy dough and cheese, it is not often vegan friendly. This does not have to be the case, nor does it have to be so unhealthy. Below, I will share with you an awesome recipe to [...]

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