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    Since buying a Soy Toy soymilk maker about a year and a half ago, I have been an avid user of recipes that include okara, which is the by-product that is leftover from the soymilk making process. This recipe comes from the cookbook that was included with the Soy Toy. It's a delicious--and nutritious!--way to include more soy in your diet.

    Recipe #286514

    I'm on a quest to find good vegan baked-goods recipes, and my wonderful vegan friend has recently boosted that effort with this yummy muffin recipe! Fluffy soft and sweet, yet with a nice burst of that hearty "good-for-you" taste that whole-grains provide. Plus, they are totally dairy-free and egg-free. What could be better? (For a different taste/texture you can substitute 1 cup pumpkin for the blueberries.)

    Recipe #345946

    This is an amazing little recipe from "The Tofu Book: New American Cuisine" by John Paino and Lisa Messinger. I vary it slightly by using vegan margarine instead of oil and topping it with nuts and vegan marshmallows. A fabulous treat that's good for you : ) !

    Recipe #283547

    Wow! If you loooove dates, and you are looking for a cookie that's chock-full of these sweet, chewy members of the fruit family, then this is the cookie for you. So moist and delicious, it's hard to stop at just one! And the good news is, your overindulgence can be forgiven (slightly!) by the nutritional value inherent in the oats. The recipe comes from the back of a box of Amport chopped dates; you can use those, or for extra moistness you can buy whole dates and chop them yourself. Enjoy!

    Recipe #361650

    My sister made this recipe this past Christmas, and I demanded that she give me the recipe. Ohhhh, but these are heavenly!! Salty, sweet, peanut buttery, chocolatey--these no-bake bars have it all. Use caution when preparing and serving--they're so good, they're deadly : )

    Recipe #355546

    What could be better than sweet, flaky scones accompanied by a nice hot cup of tea? These cranberry-studded scones are easy to make, and are delicious any time of day. From the New York Times Sunday Magazine of 7/13/08, adapted from Animal Farm in Orwell, VT.

    Recipe #313668

    I love lentils, and this simple recipe makes these nutritious legumes into a quick and tasty meal. Serve on a bed of lettuce, topped with feta cheese and olives and surrounded by tomato wedges and cucumber slices. From "Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home: Fast and Easy Recipes for Any Day" by The Moosewood Collective

    Recipe #287986

    OK, I'm vegetarian, but I do occasionally eat dairy & eggs. And I just love cheesecake! In fact, I posted an "ovo-lacto" cheesecake recipe (New York Style Sour-Cream-Topped Cheesecake, Recipe #313572). But when the nutrition wizards at RecipeZaar did their calorie/fat count, I fell on the floor! So, here's a vegan variety, made with tofu. It's even sugar free! (I use maple syrup as the sweetener and it comes out really yummy.) The tahini adds a bit of a bitter, "cheesy" tang--you can cut down on the tahini or omit it altogether, if you don't like the taste. I can't wait to see how this compares in the fat/calorie count to that other recipe! (This recipe is adapted from "The Tofu Cookbook" by John Paino and Lisa Messinger.)

    Recipe #316576

    I love recipes that come from the back of grocery products! This one comes from the back of the Breakstone's sour cream container. Mmmmm...cheesecake topped by sour cream, dotted with juicy sweet berries. What could possibly be better?

    Recipe #313572

    Oh, these are sooo good! Easy to make and really chocolatey.

    Recipe #311669

    I got this from the back of a bag of "mini kisses" chocolate chips. Can't mention the brand for fear of trademark issues, might know the one! (They make the BEST chocolate chips!)

    Recipe #311667

    Kudos to my sis! This former fast-food junkie has become a lot more conscious of the foods she prepares for her family in recent years. The fact that her husband has had a heart attack (requiring quadruple bypass surgery) and a stroke in the past few years--as well as being diagnosed diabetic--has most likely had something to do with this. In any event, I couldn't be happier that she is trying to eat better and to make sure her family does the same! Knowing that I'm a veggie, she has been sharing any good vegetarian recipes that come her way. This one comes from a neighbor who is quite the creative chef. Simple and delicious, it's the perfect dinner for a cold winter night. Serve with a warm crusty loaf of homemade bread, and you're in business. Thanks, sis : ) !

    Recipe #352156

    This recipe originally comes from "Incredibly Delicious: Recipes for a New Paradigm" by Gentle World Publishing. It makes a really big, hearty loaf, which is wonderful for sharing or freezing. The millet lends it a nice, fluffy, satisfying texture. I like my loaf a little on the piquant side so I top it with a healthy dose of catsup, but you could use tomato paste as well.

    Recipe #287808

    In my relentless pursuit of recipes that use okara (since getting a soymilk maker about 2 years ago I seem to always have tons of the stuff around!), I found this delicious bread recipe on and adapted it just a bit. Hearty, healthy, and chock-full of protein, this is a great bread for anyone looking to include more soy in their diet---and to get rid of some of that okara that's lying around! Oh, and did I mention that it's also vegan ; ) !

    Recipe #351354

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