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    I have made this recipe a few times and my hubby can't get enough of it. Another name for this soup is Schav. Don't worry about using a whole bulb of garlic, the flavour mellows as it cooks. This soup is served cold. A dollop of sour cream in this really adds as well. You can double this recipe. If you want you can also add some stinging nettle to the soup, it adds another depth of flavour.

    Recipe #234330

    I got this recipe from my Oster Bread maker book. I like that this recipe has so few ingredients. I added seeds and currants to the mix. This recipe is really tasty. The crust is crunchy and the inside is quite dense. I think next time I'm going to add some white spelt to lighten it up a bit. The flavour is really good and it's delicious with a little butter or Vegan margarine.

    Recipe #418743

    With the intense heat we get in the southwestern portion of the US every summer, a nice tall glass of ice tea really hits the spot. I love this particular type of tea because it has so many health benefits. It is herbal, low in tannin and has no caffeine. I used the Numi brand, but other brands as long as they are good quality should work as well. Once done I like to put the tea in a tall glass with a slice of lime or lemon and a tsp. of agave nectar to sweeten.

    Recipe #239542

    I adapted these from a non-vegan peanut butter cookie recipe. These were so easy to make and the flavor is amazing. You can make a double or triple batch and freeze some. Note: They are sweet so you might want to cut back a bit on the sugar unless you prefer them this way.

    Recipe #255224

    This recipe was sent to me by a friend from Wales and she said she got it from the Herb Society. Its very spicy and healthy.

    Recipe #233706

    PLEASE READ THE RECIPE THROUGH TO THE END BEFORE MAKING IT AS THERE ARE SOME THINGS YOU CAN DO AHEAD OF TIME My friend Anita from Canada sent me this recipe. I love how easy this recipe is to make. It is utterly delicious on a cold winter day. If you want to make this a vegan recipe you can substitute the butter for vegan margarine, the cheese for soy or almond cheese and leave out the turkey bacon or use soy bacon.

    Recipe #204263

    I'm trying to eat less carbs and I often have this sandwich for breakfast. Its flavourful, light, crunchy and so simple to make. I find it filling so I don't want to eat much else. I like to use a sweet apple on top of the sandwich and sprinkle it with a pinch of pumpkin or apple pie spice, cinnamon or nutmeg over the apples. You could add whatever spice you like to add to apples.

    Recipe #300215

    I recently bought myself a 7" spring form pan and wanted to make a carrot cake in it. I haven't tried this yet, but will soon. It looks really good.

    Recipe #262669

    I loved the flavour of this salad. Its got so many different layers its a real taste experience.

    Recipe #243060

    Originally this cake was made in a 9" spring form pan, but now that I have a 7" spring form pan I want to make it so I thought I'd half the recipe. Its an excellent carrot cake..probably the best I've ever tasted. It goes great with either Vanilla or Lemon Cream Cheese Icing.

    Recipe #262656

    Today is the Autumnal Equinox and, in honour of this special occasion I have made two apple strudels. This recipe is simple and very delicious. I hope you give it a try. You can cut the recipe in half and just make one if you want; but I am making two because I know one won't last around here for very long :) I omitted the confectioner's sugar and sprinkled more granulated sugar on top of these before I baked them.

    Recipe #391509

    This pie isn't only delicious but it looks wonderful, almost too good to eat. I made this a vegan pie because I don't do dairy. It takes a while to make, but its well worth the effort. I used my Easy Spelt pie crust for this pie. I included the recipe for the Apple Pie Spice and the pie crust in the directions below.

    Recipe #228767

    Raw Vegans will definitely like this one. It's really tasty. I didn't follow the directions exact because I wanted to keep my tomatoes and avocado a little on the chunky side so I didn't add them until after the kale was massaged. I also cut back on the cayenne because neither my DH or I care for our food too hot or spicy. According to the recipe this is a good for your heart and cholesterol. I got the recipe from Gone Vegan.

    Recipe #435932

    Now this is different. I got the original recipe from About.com. The original recipe calls for 3 cups of powdered sugar which is a lot, so I have changed some of the ingredients to suit my tastes. I dropped the amount down to two cups of sugar instead. It should still work. Also since I live at 5,000 feet less sugar is better. These brownies are rich and dairy-free. You can also substitute 1/2 cup apple sauce for the margarine if you want this to be lower in fat. And if you want less carbs, you can also replace the sugars with a sugar substitute.

    Recipe #283528

    My toaster oven has a fan in it and I love to use it to brown foods. I came up with this tofu recipe yesterday and I was delighted with the results. I served this with pasta and Marinara sauce.

    Recipe #431029

    This recipe comes out of the Hare Krishna cookbook, The Higher Taste. I took a short cut and used organic tomato sauce from a jar instead of making my own. Of course home made is best. I also baked the Kofta balls instead of frying them in butter. I am only including the recipe for the Kofta Balls. I have changed some of the ingredients to suit my tastes. I didn't add any binder to this as the mixture was moist enough without it. Traditionally these Kofta balls are put over spaghetti, but I put them over Quinoa for something a little different.

    Recipe #227533

    I don't know where I got this recipe from but it certainly is delicious. I changed a few things as I generally do to suit my tastes. I topped this off with a mixture of 1/4 tsp. cumin, 2 cups bread crumbs and 1 cup shredded Vegan jack cheese. I also sprinkled some paprika on top for color. I didn't include the time it took to cook the pasta in this recipe.

    Recipe #290495

    I don't know where I got this recipe from but it certainly is delicious. I changed a few things as I generally do to suit my tastes. I topped this off with a mixture of 1/4 tsp. cumin, 2 cups bread crumbs and 1 cup shredded Vegan jack cheese. I also sprinkled some paprika on top for color. I didn't include the time it took to cook the pasta in this recipe.

    Recipe #257687

    This recipe originated from someone at CD Kitchens, but as usual I changed it to suit my tastes. I doubled the recipe. Basically what you're doing here is making Banana Bread, cutting it in pieces and baking it again, much like you would biscotti. It took longer then I anticipated to bake these the second time. I ended up leaving them in the oven for 3 hours, then I turned the oven off and left them in there over night. They were very crispy by the next morning. I coated them with a chocolate glaze. These are different from biscotti in that they are not as dense.

    Recipe #243046

    I came up with this morning when I discovered I had two ripe bananas left on the counter. These are very tasty and with the warm weather coming this is a very satisfying and refreshing treat. I used organic bananas in this, they just taste better! I used a small popcicle maker for this. Each popcicle holds 1/4 cup of this mixture.

    Recipe #305649

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