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    Adapted from a recipe from "Vegan Planet" by Robin Robertson. it's super tasty.

    Recipe #99680

    Sunrise Recipes. Alternative to eating beef steak.

    Recipe #19986

    4 Reviews |  By Mirj

    A very unique salad that tastes great!

    Recipe #13848

    The vegan alternative to http://www.recipezaar.com/browse/getrecipe.zsp?id=46036&path= .

    Recipe #58725

    From the Atkins diet. This is a replacement for hummus.

    Recipe #67901

    This is a triple soy bonanza. If you have an Asian market near you, get some freshly made tofu. It's wonderful. Sneak around the produce department while you're there and see if you can pick up some soy bean sprouts--much tastier than mung bean sprouts. I use vegetable oil because it's soy bean oil; hence the thriple soy bonanza. Soy products have a lot of health benefits, but you are not sacrificing taste, believe me. This way of fixing ramen noodles will change your attitude towards this lowly soup. I think you'll also agree that stir-frying the vegetables before adding to the soup improves their taste and texture.

    Recipe #43583

    29 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is so simple and so tasty. Leftovers (if there are any) make a great sandwich. Try mixing cumin and garlic for the spice.

    Recipe #10986

    About once a year I used to call Mom and ask her yet again for the baked macaroni and cheese recipe she always made me when I was little. It's not anything like the ultra-cheesy stuff most people call mac & cheese, but I love it anyhow. Since I'm eating lowcarb these days, here's what I eat instead, in a pasta-substitute version...

    Recipe #27896

    Based on a recipe in the moosewood restaurant cookbook. This is great served with pita bread or on crackers.

    Recipe #98921

    This is a delicious colourful chili with a perfect blend of many vegetables with tofu in a thick spicy tomato base. This original recipe came from Runner's World magazine, although I have altered it to suit my likings. Frying tofu gives it a more meat like texture. For those who like chili very spicy, more chili powder may be added.

    Recipe #111128

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