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Braised tempeh in a lemon, thyme and caper sauce

This recipe comes from Dreena Burton’s Let Them Eat Vegan, pictured with steamed broccoli and snow peas, and some corn on the cob (yum!). The tempeh is lightly fried in a pan, then you pour in some wine and let it bubble… add red onion, lemon juice, capers, thyme and a couple of other flavours, and put the whole dish in the oven for about 25 minutes (partly covered). 103 more words


Should I Eat Tempeh?

4/5 experts say yes.

Tempeh goes back ages in Indonesia, its birthplace, but the nutty, mushroomy plant protein is fairly foreign in the U.S. to all but the most hardcore of vegans. 695 more words

Tempting Tempeh

What is Tempeh?
Tempeh is a soy food made by controlled fermentation of cooked soybeans with a Rhizopus molds (=tempeh starter). This fermentation binds the soybeans into a compact white cake. 1,020 more words

A Not Classic Nicoise Style Salad

I love artichoke hearts and hearts of palm. They look and taste great on this salad. I added leftover steamed potatoes and crunchy tempeh “croutons” along with tomatoes and avocados for a vegan take on the classic Nicoise salad. 158 more words


The Buddha Bowl

I don’t know about you, but when it comes to a meal, I like variety. I think it’s important to have different textures, flavours, and spices used in one meal to make it as delicious and interesting as possible. 280 more words

Staying In: Food

What do Vegans Eat?

About the Vegan Diet…

A vegan diet is one that consists of only plant-derived foods. Vegans do not use or consume any animals or animal products including flesh (land or sea animals), milk, eggs, or honey. 591 more words

Health & Wellness



A high-protein food made from partially cooked, fermented soy beans.

I have been curious to try tempeh for a while now after seeing an enticing photo of it in a picture book.