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    Indian-style seasoning, lentils and a healthy array of veggies combined with a sweet tomato and coconut milk broth. Thanks to my friends at the potluck who requested the recipe. :)

    Recipe #512110

    We made this to take to a hot summer music festival so that we could have a big hearty meal ready that we didn't have to prepare. It was so delish a fellow camper asked me for the recipe.

    Recipe #460685

    This was inspired by the bountiful June CSA shares we've been receiving from Serenbe Farms (dot com!). It made two 9x13 casseroles. A food processor can save you time chopping herbs, slicing veggies & combining the ricotta. You will have leftover pasta sauce you can freeze.

    Recipe #459223

    This tasty and nutritious dish went over very well with 3 nonvegans and 2 vegans.

    Recipe #442195

    Seriously, this Thai-style soup inspires your consumers to vocal joy. I made it a group of family members. Although my unadventurous dad’s palate could do without, the remainder (none vegan) LOVED it and moaned happily, reminiscing about the restaurants where they’d had similar soups. Have also made for non-vegan friends, to rave reviews. You are, more than likely, going to need to go to an Asian market for the lemongrass, veggie fish sauce, curry and tamarind pastes. If you’ve never been, just take your time getting acquainted with the store, and ask for help if you can’t find these things. While you’re there, you might as well get the basil (Asian-style is different & more potent than Italian-style), coconut milk, soy sauce, ginger and dry shitakes: you’ll have more choices and likely better prices than your standard grocer. And get some Sriracha hot sauce too. (Plastic bottle, bright orange sauce, green top.)

    Recipe #342840

    This recipe has lots of ingredients, but it's one-pot and pretty easy! Very tasty and belly-warming.

    Recipe #342566

    This is my version of stuffed peppers, based on the recipe I grew up with, just no animal products! Wonderful for a cold winter day (or a warm summer day, if you are a stuffed-pepper-lover like me)!

    Recipe #342559

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