Monthly Archives: February 2012
This is the most amazing, delicious, and super nutritious raw organic vegan recipe to come out in a long time. In the raw food world there hasn’t really been a “raw rice” available, so this one is very special and unique while being affordable, at only $3.89-$3.99 for a bag at your local Whole Foods Market, health food […]
Cincinnati chili is similar to a regular meaty chili except it has unusual spices that you see more in pumpkin pie than an all-American stew. This vegan version is made in a slow cooker. Recipe from The Vegan Slow Cooker* by Kathy Hester, reprinted by permission.
Admittedly, this holiday is a bit of fluff, but for many, it’s a way to show love and appreciation in a small and sweet way. If you’re looking for a fun and frugal token of your affection, here are some of VegKitchen’s featured products that would be appreciated by the sweeties in your life:
Here’s a variation of classic sweet-and-sour cabbage soup, given a bit more heft with bread cubes nestled in each serving. Adapted from Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons. Photo by Ricki Heller.
When I was a kid, we ate sautéed greens from the garden nearly every day. They changed with the seasons, but my mother knew she could count on us to eat our veggies if she made them this way. Hope it works with your kids because the antioxidants, fiber, and chlorophyll are essential to their […]
Nothing quite like deep frying to get people to eat their veggies, right? In this recipe, a light crisp batter combines nicely with the natural sweet flavor of the sweet potatoes. Served with a tart dipping sauce, this is food heaven…and loaded with carotenoids for health, but no one needs to know. Contributed by Christina […]
Looking to master basic cooking techniques for your plant-based kitchen? Here’s a concise rundown of the most useful skills, from I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Eat it Any More* (Perigee Books, 2011) by Christina Pirello.