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    I'm not a big fan of dairy ricotta cheese. I don't know, it's something to do with the texture. That being said, making ricotta with almonds appeals to me. Healthy, non-dairy, and the texture is "right". So glad I found this. This “cheese” can be used to stuff noodles, added on top of spaghetti, combined with some nutritional yeast for a cheesy mac and cheese dish, or any other dish you can imagine up! You don't have to remove the skins, it really just makes it look more like cheese. So if you don't mind the flecks of brown, go ahead and skip that step. This recipe makes approximately 2 cups of cheese. Fresh herbs are best, but you can use a little less(or to taste) dried. From The Unintentional Vegan.

    Recipe #512994

    A smoothie with a hint of fall from The Simple Veganista.

    Recipe #512993

    I tried Amy's No Cheese Pizza recipe recently and wanted to make it at home. After searching and not finding a recipe for it, I came up with this. Amy's crust has wheat germ, wheat bran in it so if you are making your own crust, you could add that in(or sprinkle over storebought crust). I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Recipe #510957

    A sweet, mild, rich tasting drink developed at Vegetarian Times magazine. Make sure you use silken tofu, it's different from regular tofu, much creamier and smoother. FYI: In December 1981, Redwood Valley Soyfoods Unlimited (California) introduced Soynog, the earliest known soy-based non-dairy and vegan eggnog based on soy milk and tofu (added for thickness). It was renamed Lite Nog in 1982 and Tofu Nog in 1985. I haven't tried this yet, putting here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #510673

    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

    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

    A super easy, puffy cheesy, extra pleasy dish, this one pan wonder has something for everyone. It couldn’t be easier---just mix, bake, serve and eat! Warm and fluffy biscuits are baked right into creamy and decadent Spinach Artichoke dip! Top it with a broiled layer of Cheese and you won't hear anything at the table but ooohs and ahhhs! If you feel the need, feel free to add in chicken to make it a bit heartier. From Ohbiteit.com.

    Recipe #508574

    I was looking for a good vegetarian "chicken" salad recipe and came across this little gem. This can be used to make "chicken" salad or cut in strips to make vegetarian "chicken" dishes. This is also a vegan recipe. Enjoy! Adapted from google-Garny Dykes and given to her by Willie Watson of the Capitol City Seventh Day Adventist church in Sacramento, California..

    Recipe #507017

    This recipe is so simple to throw together, requiring less than 30 minutes, 5 ingredients and one spoon (or spatula). Less mess, more time to do what you please! Beyond being easy to make this spread is incredibly versatile.Slather it on my toast in the mornings, serve it alongside carrots and apples, and even eat it right out of the jar. I can only imagine how sensational it would be atop pancakes or inside the little squares of a well-crafted waffle. Adapted from Minimalist Baker.

    Recipe #504487

    Dark, sweet, and fresh, Blackberry Mint and Lime Fruit Leathers are the perfect summer treat. I have fond memories of blackberry pickin' in the hills of California and now here in North Carolina. I think blackberries grow everywhere! What a great way to use them! Found on Pinterest.

    Recipe #501772

    You've heard of almond milk, you can also make other nut milks, like walnut milk. Here is a good recipe from Better Homes and Gardens. The nuts need some time to soak, so plan accordingly. Compared to certain other nuts, such as almonds, peanuts and hazelnuts, walnuts (especially in their raw form) contain the highest total level of antioxidants. California, China, Iran, Turkey, Ukraine, Mexico, Romania, India, France and Chile are the largest producers of walnuts. Interesting note: In China, pairs of walnuts have traditionally been rotated and played with in the palm of the hand, both as a means to stimulate blood circulation and as a status symbol. Pairs of large, old and symmetrically shaped walnuts are valued highly and have recently been used as an investment, with some of them fetching tens of thousands of dollars. Pairs of walnuts are also sometimes sold still in their green skin, as a form of gambling known as du he tao.[

    Recipe #500254

    Try this vegan recipe from Oregon, your tongue will forever thank you! With ginger, orange zest and molasses...yummm! Try it, your tongue will forever thank you. From Morgan Grundstein-Helvey, Dovetail Bakery and posted in Oregon Live(hosted by The Oregonian)

    Recipe #500128

    Wonderful over baby greens or spinach, with cranberries, nuts, mandarin oranges, etc. Adapted from the Silver Palate Cookbook, using walnut oil! Enjoy!

    Recipe #499999

    From a holiday collection. Great for Super Bowl, or since it's pink, for Valentine's Day--any excuse will do. :)

    Recipe #494204

    A simple but oh so yummy recipe from the Almond Board of California.

    Recipe #493504

    Simple and delicious! I got this from Chasing Delicious.

    Recipe #493134

    Serve up with your favorite dipping sauce. If you like to spice things up, use cajun spice instead of gomashio. From How It All Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #468474

    A good eggless tofu salad that is great in sandwiches or on it's own in a lettuce cup. Trader Joe's sells a good vegan mayonnaise, or you could use a soy yogurt but it will be more tangy. The nutritional yeast gives it a cheesy flavor. Another great recipe from Just the Food.

    Recipe #459913

    The chefs at Gourmet Alley in Gilroy California, famous for their garlic festival every year have shared some of their best recipes, via Country Living magazine(July 1987). I have tweaked this just slightly. Enjoy!

    Recipe #459143

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