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    An easy vegetarian version of tortilla soup. I'm writing it here in its basic, mild form, but you can turn up the heat by adding tabasco, using a hot enchilada sauce, or throwing in some diced jalapeno or chipotle.

    Recipe #437992

    My recreation of the delicious salad at my local co-op.

    Recipe #431410

    This is a modification of a soup recipe I learned in a vegan cooking class. I've tinkered with it quite a bit over the years, and it's quite different from the original now. It can be made as a curry or a soup, depending on the amount of liquid used. When I make it as a curry, I often double this recipe and serve it over recipe #284073. Use onion if you can't find fennel, or to ramp up the spiciness. To prepare fennel bulbs, cut off stalks and strip outer layer off bulb before chopping. Freezes well.

    Recipe #295568

    A blend of veggies and quinoa pulled together with a tangy, slightly spicy citrus-pepita dressing. Though there are a lot of ingredients, it's easy to make.

    Recipe #290899

    I make this when I'm feeling run down--it's chock-full of potassium, vitamin C and protein. Increasing or decreasing the spice level is easy--use a hotter or milder chili powder, more or less jalapeno, different varietals of bell pepper. Freezes well.

    Recipe #284076

    This is a mellow-flavored dish that works well as a side to strongly-flavored entrees, or as a bed to curries or chilis.

    Recipe #284073


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