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Vegan cooking can be healthy and delicious! This is the place to share recipes and discussion about vegan foods.



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Smoothie and Popsicles: A Raw Vegan Recipe for Kids!

Started by Lisa V Jun 5, 2012. 0 Replies

makes one batch ~ $2.40 per batch This recipe is really two…Continue

Chocolate Ice Cubes ... an easy recipe just for kids! (and kids at heart!)

Started by Lisa V May 30, 2012. 0 Replies

Chocolate Ice Cubesmakes one batch ~ about $1.50 per batch ingredients3…Continue

Coconut and Mango Puddings

Started by Carolyn Bailey Apr 19, 2012. 0 Replies

Coconut and Mango PuddingsIngredients400g can…Continue

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Comment by Lisa V on April 2, 2011 at 8:32

Monique, If you think you might like raw vegan foods, you can check out my blog: Raw on $10 a Day (or Less)



Comment by Monique Boutot on April 2, 2011 at 4:48
Thank you for the great advice, Michelle! I did not think about raw "cookbooks" (sounds like an impossibility, doesn't it? lol) I tried different probiotics, maybe I should consult a nutritionist to try others too. I have never heard about kombucha, will check it out. And I will definitively check that blog! Thank you for all your suggestions!
Comment by Michelle Lewis on April 2, 2011 at 3:53
hi, Monique--i would start by looking at raw food books for ideas, that you can modify as you like, since they don't rely on beans for protein--i think that they get a lot of their protein from greens as well as nuts.  the other thing that i would wonder about (if you haven't done so already) is consulting with a nutritionist to see if there is a probiotic or other treatment that could help?  i know that drinking kombucha has helped a lot with my digestion, but i don't think that these things have a one-size-fits-all solution.  anyway,  i really like a blog called "choosing raw," which contains a lot of raw recipes, but does not by any means promote an entirely raw food diet.  the blogger is a nutritionist.
Comment by Monique Boutot on April 2, 2011 at 3:38

I need recipes!!! Most vegan recipes call for beans, tofu, etc... And I can't handle anything based on beans... I get a bad reaction even from soya milk! I do eat nuts, and I even eat some amount of beans, peas, etc., just enough to get a variety of proteins, but it is always a juggling act of how much I am ready to suffer... And yes, I did try to soak the different beans and/or legumes overnight with dulse, to cook verryyyy slowly, to skim the foam while cooking, etc... Nothing works! I have about 6 or 7 vegan cookbooks with a maximum of 10 recipes I can use or modify. Any help for me out there? Thank you in advance!

Comment by Penni Norman on March 14, 2011 at 21:47
I'm excited to be part of this wonderful group!
Comment by Michelle Lewis on March 8, 2011 at 2:21

btw, here's another newish, but fun vegan food bog, by one of the co-owners of herbivore clothing--the rice & beans plate she describes looks like what i eat for dinner about 5 days a week! lol  i like that she talks about some basic skills, rather than recipes per se.

Comment by Michelle Lewis on March 8, 2011 at 1:00

hi, Guys,

i am not at all a raw foodist, although we do have a delicious vegan raw food restaurant here in minneapolis (called Ecopolitan).  however, i love this little virtual raw cookbook called the "good heart recipe book."  click on the link, and then use your mouse to "turn" the pages,  (  i thought of this when another poster mentioned that she was looking for gluten free recipes, and it occurred to me that raw food resources (like anything by ani phyo, or the excellent blog "choosing raw" might be helpful.


i've only made the "classic green soup" out of this little recipe book, but i've had something very similar to the thai coconut curry soup at Ecopolitan, and i love them both!





Comment by Maynard S. Clark on February 20, 2011 at 8:35

I'm interested in simple, inexpensive recipes that attract low-energy nonvegetarians to incorporate health-supporting plant-based foods into their diets.



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Comment by Kerry Baker on February 4, 2011 at 6:19
This is a wonderful group and I'm looking forward to sharing and learning more vegan recipes.  Here's my recipe contribution for vegan onion soup that everyone always goes back for seconds.  Take as many onions as needed, I usually use one large brown for each individual.  Saute in a little olive oil or other oil of choice.  When they are nice and soft, you can add a little thickener if you like but not usually necessary. A tablespoon of flour if you are making a larger pot will do.  Then just a pinch of salt and pepper to taste.  Make up a large amount of vegan beef stock, I use the Massel brand which is the best I've tried.  You would look at 2 cups for each person. Then pour into the onions and let very gently simmer for about 15 minutes to get the full flavour. You can add if you like a stronger taste some other flavouring like some Braggs or a red wine.  Serve with toast or crusty bread.  Very filling and delicious.  Great for cold winter days.
Comment by gina maltese on February 3, 2011 at 5:32
Hat`s off to you Lisa for putting up this group! It`s great.

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