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    A simple tomato sauce using mainly fresh ingredients. Comes from Sundays at the Moosewood Restaurant. Its uses are endless!

    Recipe #483372

    I was looking for a curry recipe to use up some of the lovely yellow squash & zucchini we have growing and came across this style of curry on a blog called yummyoyummy. According to the original author, it's a Kerali style dish, and it is certainly very easy to prepare. I changed the cooking process slightly, and added in the leek which is much better than onion in this dish. If you can use yellow squash/zukes here, the end colour will be a beautiful light chartreuse. Servings are a bit of a guess, I think you would serve this alongside a few other things, would be enough for 4 in that case.

    Recipe #461191

    I adapted a recipe on manjulaskitchen.com for 'Spicy Squash', which although very good, wasn't quite to my tastes. This is a less sweet version, using a mix of veg and some greens, instead of just squash. It also has a creamy style gravy with the help of some cashew nuts which makes it more filling as a veg*n main. This calls for amchoor powder/amchur, which if new to you, is just a powder made from green (unripe) mangoes. It gives a distinct 'tang'. Most Indian groceries carry it, here in Canada I know Superstore even has it...but probably not worth buying just for this - I think some lime juice would be a pretty good substitute. This makes enough for two if you're serving alongside something else...a good idea as it is pretty rich.

    Recipe #461190

    A blend of different recipes I have enjoyed in the past and including ingredients popular at my house. I like to pick out the small newest potatoes if I can (without looking like the crazy person in the produce section). Simple and pretty quick to prepare and best with fresh herbs if you can. The garlic in this is completely optional, I find it a bit overpowering myself so I leave it out or use very little.

    Recipe #460483

    Found in a guide to Costa Rica, this makes a nice change from plain rice and is pretty simple to prepare. I tweaked slightly to use brown rice, most versions use white, and most versions use chicken broth. Use any way you would normally use cooked rice!

    Recipe #456935

    A simple recipe for beans, you must plan ahead for presoaking the dried beans. You could probably used tinned but it wouldn't be the same. This recipe was found on www.ivu.org, submitted by the International African Vegetarian Network and Friends.

    Recipe #456933

    A very simple side salad which would go nicely alongside a curry and rice. There isn't much to this, the beauty is in its simplicity. According to the Int'l Vegetarian Union, this is a Swahili recipe, common in Kenya & Tanzania. (www.ivu.org)

    Recipe #456927

    Light and fairly quick recipe for the grill, although you do have to factor in some marinating time. The version I came across originally called for seitan chunks, (found on http://www.wailana.com). Prep time doesn't include marinating.

    Recipe #456922

    I adore angel hair pasta, and such a fine pasta doesn't always need a big sauce. Serve with some kind of cheese or "cheez" if you wish, sprinkled on top. My children like it with sliced olives. There are many versions of this simple recipe, this one I adapted from www.cookingnook.com. This would probably be good for 4 as a side dish or 4 for lunch with a salad.

    Recipe #456846

    Idea started from a recipe on the back of a package of pre-cut yam fries found in the produce section. That version used lime and cilantro, which I think would be a great combo, the difference would be that you'd wait to toss in the cilantro until the very end. Their cooking time was also way off, although with something like fries different ovens can make a big difference.

    Recipe #455415

    This is a very healthy, live food recipe with nut protein, EFAs and veggies. Use as a sandwich spread or thin it out slightly to make it a dip. As a filling you can roll up in lettuce leaves or spread into celery sticks. The recipe originates from Alive Magazine. It made a huge amount so I cut the recipe in half. As this is "live" food it does not keep, you need to eat within 24 hours or it begins to ferment. Perfect time to pull out your seed sprouter and make your own lentil or other sprouts - or you can usually buy a variety of sprouts in your local produce store. A food processor is the best tool for this, in order to get a true pate consistency. I have made it in my blender, which worked but I had to add some water to help things along so it was more like a hummus consistency. I am also editing to include about a tsp of tamari/soy/braggs as an option. I found it needed it an extra boost of seasoning.

    Recipe #455016

    I ran across the idea for a rice salad using adzuki beans online somewhere, which had similar based ingredients but a different dressing. I've paired the nutritious ingredients of brown rice, adzuki beans and barley here with an Asian flavoured dressing. Not difficult to prepare, but it does involve some boiling and overnight soaking of the beans. In my case I make it with leftover brown rice so there is one less step. This could be spiced up with some cayenne or chili paste as you please, and of course the addition of flax oil is completely optional. I think this would be good for 4 sides, or 2 mains. I haven't included the overnight soaking in the prep time.

    Recipe #453157

    Sometimes you just want a simple, good sandwich that doesn't involve faux deli slices. I keep a tin of chickpeas on hand for just such occassions, and never make it exactly the same way twice...but this is generally a combo of ingredients and flavours I enjoy. I also like to add in a bit of flax oil, just to get my omegas in. Served on some toasted bread, this is a quick and satisfying lunch.

    Recipe #453045

    A tasty and nutritious brothy soup, with a garlic boost perfect for under-the-weather days. We make a lot of lentil soup, this is a combination of some of our favourites. The list of ingredients may look a little long, but it comes together fairly quickly, chopping and cooking as you go and then leaving to simmer.

    Recipe #449810

    Love tofu scramble, here's another version. Original idea to incorporate some Greek flavours came from www.manyveggierecipes.com. My personal preference for any scramble is medium-firm tofu, water packed. Most recipes call for firm or extra firm, and that'll work, it's really whatever you like best. I know some people prefer silken for a really creamy texture. If you use firm or extra firm, you might need to add a little more liquid.

    Recipe #445932

    I started out intending to make a Cuban bean and pumpkin stew from one of Madhur Jaffrey's books. I didn't have enough of the ingredients on hand to get the full Cuban flair, so I merged the base of navy beans and pumpkin with another MJ recipe to make this simple yet hearty and satisfying soup. Note, this calls for dried beans, soaking overnight is preferable but you can use the quick method too.

    Recipe #442465

    From Vegan-a-Go-Go. They didn't give specifics for the type of flour or the type of milk, I chose whole wheat flour & almond milk this time, in order to get the right nutritional data.....it sounds like nearly any flour or milk would work. Haven't tried yet....but plan to!

    Recipe #441320

    This is based on a recipe found on carnalvegan's blog, with a few adjustments and addition of a flax egg. You could use another flour such as unbleached all-purpose, or a combo. Whole wheat makes it a little more dense, but I'm OK with that and there is enough liquid to handle spelt if you wanted to sub that. You can adjust the sesame flavour as you like, basically it's 1/3 a cup of oil, a mix of canola & sesame. I make it with just 1 tbsp of sesame oil but you could go as much as 2 (any more than that would be overkill). Or take away some more oil and sub applesauce for a lighter version. This calls for a flax egg, sub with your favourite egg replacer.

    Recipe #441318

    This originated from an article in Common Ground magazine. If you use sprouted lentils it's 100% raw. To do that you obviously have to plan ahead, so cooked/tinned black beans are a great sub. This salad is super healthy, fresh and tastes great! Serve immediately after preparing, or chill for up to two hours.

    Recipe #436697

    This was the first recipe I used in a bread machine and I'm pretty pleased with the results. The original recipe comes from a local organic flour mill and called for 1 beaten egg, which I replaced with Ener-g.

    Recipe #436128

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