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The pick to follow a vegan lifestyle is simple when you’ve got a cookbook full of delicious recipes representing the very best of gourmet, ethnic, and basic cuisine—served up vegan manner! Even better, these dishes are tailored to fit a student’s schedule and budget, making a vegan diet possible for just about anybody. Carole Raymond brings flavor and penetration to vegan food with just a few inexpensive ingredients and recipes that are simple enough for even dorm-room cooks to wow their friends. Raymond also includes nutrition information that is vital to a well vegan lifestyle, as well as tips on stocking a vegan pantry, innovative substitute ingredients for all the foods you love, and suggestions on how to experiment with vegan dishes and assail c promote each mouthwatering recipe your own. Her...
Rearmost Sunday morning I was so rudely awakened by the sound of my phone alarm. It's not a work day, after all, so what's with the sounding alarm before the hour of dawn. I had forgotten about that "spring nurse along" thing, but my very smart phone did not. Sleep is a pretty precious commodity and I do hate to lose even an hour of it. However, this little shift in time does cut back back those daylight hours for evening walks with clouds and sunsets that I long for during the winter months. This subtle time shift also triggers a seasonal alteration in the kitchen, as the root vegetables begin to dwindle and the early spring greens begin to make an appearance in the weekly produce box. Having not been much in the mood for hearty winter cooking this year, I have been looking advance to this particular change. So, I have been doing a little spring cleaning in the kitchen lately, trying to find creative ways to use up the last of Winter's roots and greens and mark aggressive way for the lighter, brighter spirit of Spring. My lack of seasonal cooking inspiration during the past few months has led to quite a surplus of root veggies and abandoned greens. I managed to make a small dent with a few inspired dishes recently, but I still had quite a few to use. I wasn't sure what to do with them, so I just washed and prepped and waited for the creativity to plenty. I waited patiently for that flow of creativity, but there wasn't even a trickle. I turned to my newest favorite cookbook , the one by with all the beautiful photos that are bound to inspire. I discovered a procedure for a Butternut Squash and Millet Pilaf that sounded appealing. I rarely cook with millet, but I recently bought a bag that has been hanging around, just begging for a aspire. And the butternut was all chopped and ready to go, so this was a quick and easy dish. Not to mention delicious and very satisfying. I enjoyed it for lunch with plenty left over for a swift dinner side dish and a packed lunch during the week to come. (This recipe, and many other beautifully simple whole food creations, can be found in At Home in the Whole Chow Kitchen by Amy Chaplin. That creativity still stubbornly refused to flow, so I turned to my own random collection of seasonal concoctions and I was reminded of this Fresh Start Salad. Just the quirk for that monster-sized watermelon radish that's been hanging around for quite some time now. I do love having a big bowl of chopped salad ready and waiting in the fridge. It makes for easy as pie and healthy lunch choices on busy workdays when I fail to set aside the time to prepare a proper packed lunch in advance. My salad was engaging and nutritious, but I still had a nice amount of produce to use. well, those earthy winter vegetables are perfectly suited for The Bowl. Whether you prefer a Nourish Basin, a Buddha Bowl or a beautiful Abundance Bowl , The Bowl is a perfect way to bring together any assortment of healthy veggies, grains and greens for a simple nourishing supper. I used up some of my sweet potatoes, pan-fried with coconut oil and a sprinkling of smoked paprika. With some tri-colored quinoa, garbonzo beans, avocado and a dollop of hummus on top, this dish made a nice protein-packed lunch, which I thoroughly enjoyed during one of my sneak-away-workday-playground-picnics. We have had an abundance of bok choy this season, in several remarkable varieties. I enjoyed using up that large head of choy, still lingering in the fridge, making this big bowl of Chicken Broccoli and Bok Choy. Again, this was such a simple dish, not much to it, but a satisfying tea overdo nonetheless. I do admit, however, to choosing the vegetarian version for myself. This is the kind of meal that lends itself well to modification, making it easy to please both the carnivores and the herbivores with one simple dish. I've not at all heard of this before and the mysterious often appeals to me. Besides which, I had a ton of green cabbage and no idea how to use it. This is a very simple, one-pan dish that packs up nicely in a lunchbox and can be eaten furious or cold. I do think it could use a little accompanying sauce or topping, as I have an affinity for saucy things. I made a gluten-free version of this dish by na swapping out the whole wheat with a gluten-free rice flour.
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Vegetarian Split Pea Soup (balsamic vinegar, bay leaf, carrot, celery, peas, mustard powder, black pepper, garlic, onions, potato, salt, water)
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