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Chopped Veggie Picnic Salad

I was inspired to make this salad by my father, a man who believes in eating not only in a heathy manner, but in a way that reflects his environmental concerns. 552 more words

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Grilled Tempeh & Portobellos

In the course of my work I’m frequently called upon to make vegan dishes for guests and my coworker Ian (nicknamed Vegan Boy). Here’s one I knocked out the other day, on a whim, and it came out pretty spectacularly, if I may say so myself. 322 more words

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Get Your Greens!

My body tells me when I need veggies. And I listen to my body. Certainly for my work I try to have an understanding of basic nutrition; ya know, the simple stuff like what vitamins and minerals are present in common vegetables and grains and meats. 508 more words

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Crispy Vegan Veggie Burger!

This is not exactly a recipe post as I don’t have a recipe for the veggie patty. It’s just a little something I whipped up yesterday for my friend Ian, whose diet is wholly vegan and usually mostly raw. 184 more words

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Very Veggie Portobello Sando

A lovely vegetarian sandwich is today’s offering. I grilled a big portobello mushroom (having drizzled it with extra virgin olive oil and seasoned it with salt and pepper and a little onion powder) and layered it with romaine lettuce, baby arugula, avocado, and a slice of killer beefsteak tomato. 102 more words

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Crispy Cashew-Miso Kale Chips

I know people who are vegan, vegetarian, pescaterian, flexitarian, or raw-foodist, and I know people who might eschew only beef or keep kosher or (yikes!) eat nearly only protein. 819 more words

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Garlicky Rau Muong: "Water Spinach" in the Vietnamese Style

Rau Muong is the Vietnamese name of ipomoea aquatic, a staple leafy green vegetable that grows all over Asia in tropical and subtropical regions. It grows quickly and plentifully in moist environments, in moist soil or shallow water, and is therefore cheap and widely available. 398 more words

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