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Vegan cooking can be healthy and delicious! This is the place to share recipes and discussion about vegan foods.
Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2013
Started by Lisa V Jun 5, 2012.
makes one batch ~ $2.40 per batch This recipe is really two…Continue
Started by Lisa V May 30, 2012.
Chocolate Ice Cubesmakes one batch ~ about $1.50 per batch ingredients3…Continue
Started by Carolyn Bailey Apr 19, 2012.
Coconut and Mango PuddingsIngredients400g can…Continue
Tags: vegan, vegetarian, recipe, agave, pudding
Started by Tim Gier. Last reply by Roger Yates Mar 18, 2012.
This was nice to see...http://earth911.com/news/2012/01/11/vegetarian-recipes-from-around-the-globe/Continue
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Monique, If you think you might like raw vegan foods, you can check out my blog: Raw on $10 a Day (or Less)
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!
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. http://eatlikeyougiveadamnbook.blogspot.com/
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, (http://jonsiandalex.com/media/recipebook/). 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" http://www.choosingraw.com/) 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!
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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