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    This is a quick and delicious thai peanut sauce that can be used for dipping satay, fresh spring rolls, deep fried tofu, or really anything. I originally found it on the website SheSimmers.com and then adapted it to my own taste and the ingredients I had on hand. You can make it creamy or chunky depending on your preference, I like to add some chopped up peanuts to mine for that extra crunch. Either way, the flavor is perfect and to me it tastes just like the peanut sauce you would get at a thai restaurant. You could also use it on rice or noodles or as a salad dressing. Yum!

    Recipe #418947

    This is a veganized version of a favorite stuffing recipe in my family. When I became a vegan a few years ago, my mom and I converted all of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes, and this one turned out especially great in vegan form. You could easily make in non-vegan by using real sausage instead. This makes quite a bit, so feel free to halve the recipe.

    Recipe #340931

    This is a really simple, and great tasting gravy for Thanksgiving or any other time. It will fool meat-eaters, I swear.

    Recipe #340870

    This is one of the many amazing recipes from Vegan with a Vengeance. Try this one on pizza, pasta, lasagna or in any other savory dish which requires ricotta cheese. Don't leave out the nutritional yeast! It gives the tofu it's cheesy flavor, and can be found in most health food stores if your local grocer doesn't carry it.

    Recipe #293989

    This is so delish....adding a bit of zucchini or broccoli sauteed in garlic makes it even better. Yum!

    Recipe #293911

    It's best to use cold leftover rice because it won't clump or stick during stir-frying. The tofurkey is used here as a substitution for smoked turkey, so feel free to revert to the original recipe.

    Recipe #293751

    This could also be made with any other meat sub such as seitan, or with real meat like chicken or beef.

    Recipe #293750

    Make with Boca or another brand of fake chicken, either strips or patties.

    Recipe #293747

    A rustic but healthy pasta dish. Can be made vegan, or with a bit of grated parmesan on top for good measure.

    Recipe #293739

    If you're not worried about going vegan, the soy yogurt could be replaced with Greek-style yogurt such as Fage. Either way, a tasty and healthy dessert.

    Recipe #293735

    Quick and easy breakfast....yum yum!

    Recipe #293731

    You could replace all of the vegan ingredients with their non-vegan counterparts....but where's the fun in that? This is a really tasty one.

    Recipe #293724

    One serving packs more than two times your requirement of vitamin C....wow!

    Recipe #293708

    This dish is about the peaches, so it's important to choose good ones. Yum, yum, yum! If you don't care about making the recipe vegan, substituting mascarpone for the soy yogurt would also be really tasty.

    Recipe #293706

    When you're in a fix for some tasty cooked carrots, this recipe is there for you.

    Recipe #293705

    Quick and easy, but so delicious!

    Recipe #293704

    Ginger is not only delish, but great for digestion. The tofu could be replaced with any other meat substitute...yummy!

    Recipe #293703

    I love tofu...it's a chameleon, and it's rich in phytonutrients called isoflavones that may prevent breast cancer to boot! To help it absorb more flavor, rinse and then pat dry with paper towels before using.

    Recipe #293698

    The original recipe calls for Canadian bacon, so I suggest substituting fake bacon, tofu or some other meat sub. You could also just leave the meat out entirely and it would still be quite delicious.

    Recipe #293697

    This is a veg-friendly adaptation of a recipe from fitness magazine. To make the original version, replace the tofu with scallops and the veg broth with chicken broth. Enjoy!

    Recipe #293695


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