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    Mindelicious' Vegan Yum Yums

    Cookbook for all my recipes that are VEGAN!!!! I <3 Vegans!! In some cases I have just listed sugar or brown sugar, if you are vegan make sure you are using organic or raw sugar otherwise it's not vegan. I'm pretty sure that is the only item in these recipes that would be iffy. ENJOY!!
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    Jalapeños and lime complement each other perfectly in this spicy Mexican classic. This recipe is from vegcooking.com I'm not really big on the meat replacement products so sometimes I leave it out or substitute portabello mushrooms or something similiar to that. *For a spicier soup, use 2 peppers and 1/4 cup hot sauce .

    Recipe #423516

    This versatile, spicy yellow sauce is the perfect accompaniment to roasted tofu, seitan, vegetables, french fries, and fried yuca. * The star ingredient is the aji amarillo chile pepper, a staple in Peruvian cooking. Look for jarred aji amarillo (yellow) paste in a Latin food market. If you can't find the paste, you can use frozen aji amarillo peppers. Thaw and dice one pepper, and saute it in olive oil until it's soft. Add the cooked pepper to the rest of the sauce ingredients and process. Recipe from Vegan International.

    Recipe #423548

    Recipe by Bredan Brazier. Make these instead of buying the over priced ones at the health food store! These bars have a more traditional flavor than the others, yet the same health benefits as a nutrient-dense raw bar. Prep time does not include soak time for dates or soak time for quinoa. You can also sprout the quinoa for added health benefits. Rinse your quinoa, put in a dish and cover with lots of water. After 12 hours/over night rinse the quinoa, spread on a sheet/plate and cover with a dish towel. Rinse and respread every 6-8 hours. After 48 hours you will have a finished product.

    Recipe #423529

    My absolute favorite salad! The coconut noodles are genius and so delicious in this! No need to be exact in any measurements. This recipe comes from Vanessa Sherwood at Gliving.com.

    Recipe #426883

    This is a quick and yummy side dish or even a main meal! If you like you can always add some tofu or mushrooms to bulk it up a bit! Serve with rice to soak up the tasty sauce!

    Recipe #433183

    Sweet & tangy sauce that is perfect with steamed veggies, baked sweet potatoes, noodles, or as a dipping sauce for spring rolls, potstickers, tempeh, or tofu. Recipe from Eat, Drink, & Be Vegan by Dreena Burton. This recipe is the prefered dipping sauce for Recipe #427828.

    Recipe #427818

    Easy, creamy, chocolatey!! Recipe from Veganomicon by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero.

    Recipe #427851

    These are so super yummy & you can switch the toppings up however you would like - try pistachios, pecans, or mint with carob. Put popsicle sticks in the end for ease!

    Recipe #427715

    (LFRV compliant!) A very yummy treat I like to enjoy which came from Dr. Graham's book The 80/10/10 Diet. This makes a great breakfast, lunch or even dinner :) Pretty much whenever I feel like eating it. Low fat raw vegan & properly combined!! Sometimes I get lazy & just put all of this in the blender to make a smoothie.

    Recipe #428677

    This is a raw vegan recipe which I really enjoy - not sure if I'm just weird or what though. The original recipe calls for honey but I don't use that so I've just listed as liquid sweetner. I have used agave nectar and date paste with great success.

    Recipe #427709

    Beets add beautiful color and they are super healthy & delicious!

    Recipe #427460

    Super quick & easy but healthy & flavorful!! We usually just use the crunchy taco shells you can buy in the store. This recipe comes from Isa Chandra Moskowitz's book Appetite for Reduction - 125+ fast & filling low-fat vegan recipes. She recommends serving it with the Garlic-Lemon yogurt but its not a must.

    Recipe #447755

    This recipe is adapted from Lundberg Rice and uses brown rice syrup instead of HFCS or regular processed white sugar. You will need a candy thermometer for this one. Feel free to add in a mixture of nuts where it calls for peanuts or even pretzel pieces for some of the popcorn. What a tasty treat!!

    Recipe #426614

    The caramel-apple taste in this sweet breakfast treat cannot be beat. This is from vegcooking.com.

    Recipe #423859

    A low fat & simplified version from Isa chandra Moskowitz's book Appetite for Reduction. Instead of using hard to find Jamacian curry spice blend she uses this cheater version which simply adds star anise to regular curry powder - problem solved!! She recommends serving this tasty curry over rice but I served over quinoa and it turned out great as well. We cut the plantains up into smaller pieces than she recommends but that was just personal preference.

    Recipe #449827

    This is another great raw recipe I enjoyed immensely while transitioning. This is adapted from Vanessa Sherwood on Gliving.com. You can use pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds - I've made it successfully both ways.

    Recipe #426860

    These cookies are similiar to shortbread and go great with just about anything, anytime! Have them with juice, tea, or coffee, morning, noon, or night!!

    Recipe #427476

    These are some super yummy scones! My husband adores these and I almost regret getting him hooked because they are so tempting to me as well! Work quickly with the dough and try not to over work it so your scones stay light. This recipe comes from The Vegan Lunchbox. (You can also add chopped almonds to the mix if you have some on hand - yum!!)

    Recipe #429441

    This recipe was one of my favorites when transitioning to raw foods. This comes from Vanessa Sherwood on Gliving.com and I'm posting it here for safekeeping. Its important to use frozen cherries because when they are defrosted it gives them that great texture. I have also made this using frozen peaches and it was just as good, try your favorite fruit!

    Recipe #426835

    This is adapted from Lundberg Rice and uses brown rice syrup instead of regular processed sugar or HFCS. Feel free to mix up the nuts or dried fruit to what you have on hand or your favorites.

    Recipe #426615

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