This veggie chili isn’t just hearty and nutritious, it’s jam packed with savory flavors that leave you wanting more. It’s great for crock pots, lunches, dinners, parties, as a topping, and especially great for bulk meals. You can store the leftovers in the freezer and they’ll last for months.
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There’s no other breading that compares to this gluten-free breading. The combined flavors of the peanuts and almonds amplifies any dish. It brings its own unique, full flavor to completely transform any vegetarian and vegan dish. It’s quick to make, long to last, and so versatile it often becomes your new go-to breading.
Seitan, also known as wheat meat. A food created by Buddhist monks is a vegan/vegetarian miracle food. It’s packed with tons of protein, vitamins, and is extremely versatile. Don’t miss out on this staple because it last for months and is perfect for all those wanting a ‘meaty’ dish in their life.
Ingredients: any leftover multigrain medley humus [or refried beans] large whole wheat wrap [or any other that fits your dietary restrictions] your favorite hot sauce Note: Typically cheese isn’t needed …Read More
Ingredients: 1/2 cup kidney bean, red bean, chickpea (garbanzo bean), black-eyed pea, black beans [i.e. 2 ½ cups total] 1 clove garlic (halved) 1 bay leaf (whole) 1 TB low …Read More
A trio of amazing dishes creates this spectacular leftover dish. The combination of falafels, lentil stew, and seitan create this savory, nutritious, and ‘meaty’ burger. The patties can be stored in the freezer for months and will provide you with a new vegan/vegetarian burger to your culinary repertoire.
Ingredients: Banh Mi and Sandwich Filling 1 block tofu (frozen, thawed, drained) 2 eggs (whisked in a bowl) [or 2 TB flaxseed meal and 4 TB water mixed together] 1-2 cups …Read More
Collard Greens are delicious, nutritious, and one of the best dishes for fall and winter. There’s no limit to the versatility of collard greens, or any greens of any of our vegetables for that matter. You can easily mix and match, turnip, radish, kale, you name it. This recipe will provide you with the basic methods to create the perfect batch of greens.
Ingredients: 3-4 medium-large beets [do not wash them] ½ tsp salt, garam masala, black pepper Note: If you don’t have garam masala, you can use a mixture of 1 tsp ground …Read More
Ingredients: 1 TB yeast 1/2 cups warm-room temperature water 1 egg [or 2 TB flaxseed meal and 4 TB water mixed together] (gently beaten) 2 TB honey [agave or sugar] 1 …Read More
Ingredients: 1 12 oz package cherry tomatoes (halved and/or quartered) or 4-5 plum or roma tomatoes (diced) 1 tsp black pepper ½ tsp salt [ground Himalayan Pink] 2-3 TB olive oil …Read More
Ingredients: 2 ½ cups cornmeal 1 ½ cups white flour or brown rice flour (gluten free) 2 TB baking powder 1 tsp salt [ground Himalayan Pink] 2 cups unsweetened original almond …Read More