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Oh-So-Simple Tomato Bread Soup

Besides the magic of tomato season and the fact of the soup having only six ingredients (olive oil, onion, garlic, tomatoes, salt, and bread—I’m not counting the water!), what makes the dish so special are the cubes of day-old or two-day-old sourdough. They go into the soup a little dry, and they absorb and soften as the soup sits, turning ...

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Apple pie walnut baked oatmeal (gluten-free, vegan)

This apple pie baked oatmeal is gluten-free, vegan, and an incredibly delicious make-ahead breakfast option. This is perfect to make as part of meal prep for busy weekday mornings. Simply reheat and eat. ? Hi friends! I hope you don’t mind that I’ll be sharing a bit more recipes over here. With the current gallbladder situation (I’m sorry I keep ...

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Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes with Creamy Peanut Butter Frosting

If you love to bake, like I do, then you know that the process isn’t only worthwhile for the finished treats (though it’s certainly a nice thing to have homemade vegan dessert on hand at home). There’s a soothing quality to baking, a way of getting lost in stirring and pouring and measuring flour. I know that a lot of ...

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One-Skillet Spiced Lentil Walnut Rice

It comes together without too much fuss, especially if you have a can of lentils and the rice pre-cooked. I started by making the lentil walnut “meat” in my food processor: just a mixture of cooked lentils (if you’re not using canned, you’d cook about 2/3 cup dry, which will give you a scant 2 cups cooked), walnuts, tomato paste, ...

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Vegan Chickpea Caesar Wraps

Once the dressing is ready, the wrap is as simple as throwing chickpeas, greens, and a few more capers together and wrapping it all up. I like to use a combination of Tuscan kale and romaine for texture contrast, and sometimes I’ll throw in some extras, like grape tomatoes or vegan bacon (tempeh and seitan bacon are especially nice because ...

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Unfussy Sweet Potato Black Bean Burgers

Aside from that step, the rest of the recipe is as easy as can be. You can use baked sweet potato, but I microwaved mine because I was short on time, and I used canned beans. The binder here is rolled oats (some ground up in the food processor, some whole), which means that the burgers are naturally and easily ...

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Golden Oats with Gingered Blueberry Sauce

The oatmeal here is the exact same formula I always use (rolled oats, 50:50 mixture of water and soy milk, flax, a pitted date, a pinch of salt), with the addition of turmeric. I’ll be honest: I added the spice it in part for the color, which I knew would look pretty with the blueberries. But as I continue to ...

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Tempeh Ratatouille

I should preface all of this by saying that I have little experience with an appliance like this one. Until last year I had only a basic slow-cooker (now I have an upgraded one), which is why I’ve had such a hard time giving readers good instructions on converting my slow cooker recipes to multi-cooker functionality. Exploring the Musui–Kamado and ...

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Green Lentil Hemp Seed Sliders with Spicy Dijon Date Mustard

This year, I realized that I’d been doing vegan burgers all wrong—or at least, I hadn’t been making them work for me. I was spending too much time chopping and sautéing things before throwing them into the food processor, and that labor was deterring me from making vegan burgers regularly. These slider-sized burgers show off my streamlined process nicely. Shelled ...

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