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    Just as you don’t need dairy cream to have a creamy soup, you don’t need dairy cheese to add a cheesy flavor to recipes. Almond butter adds extra richness to this flavorful soup from from Nut Butter Universe by Robin Robertson.

    Recipe #510120

    If you love a thick fudgy brownie, where the inside is almost a bit under-done, but the crackly edges, this may become your favorite. This is brownie bark. Basically, the entire pan is full of edge pieces (now there’s no need to hoard the corners). From heathersfrenchpress.com

    Recipe #509952

    My sister turned me on to Sheila G's brownie brittle. Yum! I immediately went to the computer to see if I could make this at home. This is the original version. From cleanslatefarm.com. And Dave Lenweaver The trick with this recipe is four-fold but don’t worry, they’re easy. First. Use a real sheet pan like the ones in restaurants. There are several good ones available. Proper baking requires heavy gauge metal to distribute the heat evenly. Vollrath makes a good one and you can buy them at a restaurant supply store. Second. As long as you are at the restaurant supply store get a silicon baking mat to fit the pan. I still use parchment paper. Third. Bake the brittle until it’s almost overdone. Unlike a regular brownies, you want it to dry out…kind of. Watch it like a hawk. Fourth. Let it cool well so when you do eat the entire batch in one night you can at least say you had some self control.

    Recipe #509951

    A great Bed and Breakfast recipe. Here's what the Innkeeper says, “This recipe is a very popular entrée or appetizer in our restaurant, the Ravens. The tofu is skewered and grilled, then served with a Thai-style peanut sauce.” —Innkeeper, Stanford Inn by the Sea--Stanford Inn by the Sea, in Mendocino, CA. Enjoy!

    Recipe #509867

    The finishing touch from the opening of Thrive Kitchen menu in Santa Monica, California. Contributed by Peggy Kotsopoulos(host of television show Peggy K’s Kitchen Cures on Veria Living TV, and author of Kitchen Cures) for Thrive Forward, which is all about a plant based diet, healthy living, and having fun. If you can't find coconut sugar, I would try substituting coconut, ground fine, with raw sugar. The computer doesn't recognize chia seed, so I put it in parenthises(sp?)

    Recipe #509514

    St. Patrick’s Day might be synonymous for many with corn beef and cabbage and other meat-laden dishes but it doesn’t have to be. Here is a completely vegan stew for the occasion(or any other occasion!). From myratelinc.com.

    Recipe #509489

    A little bit tangy and a little bit sweet, this vegan aioli is perfect kept thick and used as a spread, or thinned down and drizzled over pretty much anything. Don’t miss the 6 flavour variation options below! You need to soak the cashews for about 4 hours, so plan ahead. From 84th&3rd.com

    Recipe #509488

    A mix of mushrooms stand in for the clams to create a super satisfying chewiness, while some chopped up nori gives this chowder a true taste of the sea. It’s thick and creamy and loaded with the finer things, like potatoes and carrots. Crumble some saltines over the top and you’ll be able to hear the Atlantic Ocean lapping at your feet. From foodthinkers.com.

    Recipe #509421

    St. Louis-style pizza has a super thin crust topped with pizza sauce, provel cheese and Italian seasoning. It’s one of the quickest homemade pizzas you can make being the crust doesn’t have yeast in it and it takes all of 12 minutes to bake. If you have a pizza craving at six you can be eating a fresh, hot square of pizza by six-thirty. Faster than take-out. The crust is made of self-rising flour, olive oil and water. It comes together fast and is easy to roll out. If you bake your pizza on a pizza stone it will be crispier than if you bake it on a baking sheet. The baking sheet gives the crust a little bit of chewiness. I like to sub 1/2 cup whole wheat flour to make it just a little healthier. Adapted from King Arthur flour and posted on cinnamonspiceandeverythingnice.com.

    Recipe #509245

    This is different for me! A must try.

    Recipe #509244

    The first cookies I won a ribbon for in the state fair! From the Ghirardelli web site.

    Recipe #509139

    If you're a fan of "Spike", try making your own! Bryanna made this recently Ifrom the ingredient list on the bottle of commercial Spike seasoning. This was really popular during the 70's. From VeganFeastKitchen.

    Recipe #509072

    Loosely adapted from the well-known Peruvian dish, Arroz con Pato, which is very similar to the ubiquitous Spanish Arroz con Pollo, but without the tomatoes. It's also a little spicier, and has thePeruvian addition of a dark beer as part of the liquid(you can sub veg. broth). Peruvian food is unique and delicious-- a cultural mix of native Indian, Spanish, African, Italian, Chinese and, more recently, Japanese cooking. From Bryanna's book "20 Minutes to Dinner", and posted on VeganFeastKitchen.

    Recipe #509068

    These would be great for a party or Christmas tray. I haven't tried this yet, but the salty sweet combination has me intrigued, and then it's covered in chocolate, yum. From Girardelli chocolate site.

    Recipe #509057

    This salad is a take on the classic massaged kale salad. This recipe takes it in a more fall-like direction with the addition of thyme and walnuts, but you could certainly use any of your favorite herbs and nuts. From ThriveForward.com, republished from “Everyday Raw Detox” by Meredith Baird and Matthew Kenney. Matthew Kenney is the world's leading raw chef. Enjoy!

    Recipe #508967

    From the Thrive Kitchen launch, held at vegan chef Matthew Kenney's culinary school and restaurant M.A.K.E. in Santa Monica, California. Thrive Kitchen is a spin off of Vega's "Thrive Forward" website and part of their "Vegucation Series", which is a free educational resource for those wanting to lose weight, regulate their diet, and/or learn more about plant based living, exercise, sustainable food sources, and more. The recipe was adapted from Kitchen Cures by Peggy Kotsopoulos. Enjoy!

    Recipe #508966

    This stuff is addictive and the uses are endless! Here are some uses for Bacon Salt: on corn on the cob, popcorn and homemade oven-fries; seitan steaks; in BBQ sauces; in marinades for seitan TVP and tofu; in dips, spreads, and vegan mayonnaise; in baked beans; in salad dressings and on salads; as a seasoning in homemade seitan products; in mashed potatoes; on scrambled tofu; in eggless egg salad (made with tofu); roll tofu pieces in it and pan-fry; mix with olive oil for a French bread dip; on potatoes; in potato salad; on or in veggie burgers; on a grilled (vegan) cheese sandwich; with vegan cream cheese and/or vegan sour cream as a dip or spread; on steamed or grilled or roasted veggies; on pasta with a thin creamy sauce (a sort of vegan carbonara); on grits; in vegan mac'n'cheeze; on many types of sandwiches; in soups (or on them); on homemade potato crisps (chips) or other veggie crisps-- kale chips, maybe?-- I'm sure that's just the beginning! From theKitchn.One teaspoon equals 1 serving. (IMPORTANT NOTE: The texture of this salt is a bit like kosher salt— so, if you use a granulated salt, you need to use less, and if you use a coarse crystal salt you need to use more)

    Recipe #508965

    Karen figured out how to make crispy sweet potato fries and the best part is you can do them in the deep fryer or the oven! Either way, you’ll end up with crispy fries. Guaranteed. From Karen, on The Art of Doing Stuff.

    Recipe #508955

    Seasoning mixtures of this kind(Baharat Karisimi) are common in kitchens throughout Turkey. Use this spice mix for lamb, rice, in flatbreads, etc. From Saveur magazine.

    Recipe #508868

    This salad might be found on a Turkish table. The salad is lovely and quite refreshing and it goes well with lamb. While it involves some chopping, it is very easy to do. Use really ripe tomatoes when you make it. You will enjoy its freshness, but try not to make more than will be eaten with your meal. This is best fresh. A simple and refreshing salad from the kitchen of One Perfect Bite.

    Recipe #508795

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