Monthly Archives: July 2012
Here’s a casserole of potatoes and tofu, laced with green chilies —hot or mild, as you prefer. Both comforting and invigorating, this is good served with refried beans or other simple bean dish, and a colorful salad.
Contributed by Allyson Kramer of Manifest Vegan. Recently, I was sent a lovely package from Emmy’s Organics, an excellent up-and-coming company dedicated to producing delicious goodies that are made in a dedicated vegan and gluten-free facility.
Getting a healthy meal into yourself and your family can be challenging enough. Try multiplying that by seven billion. Now we’ve got issues every step of the way — what food we produce, how we produce it, how we distribute it, what we eat and how we waste it. By 2050, our population is predicted […]
The classic tomato-based cold Spanish soup never fails to please—and refresh. It’s a great way to use the delicious tomatoes of summer; in fact, summer doesn’t feel complete if I haven’t made gazpacho at least once or twice. It goes well with pasta dishes, potato salads, and grilled vegetables.
Off-season, you can use frozen berries, though this refreshing drink is best with fresh berries in season. A bit of carbonation gives this drink a nice sparkle.
Serve this easy dish of tofu and broccoli over rice or bean-thread noodles, a simple coleslaw dressed in sesame-ginger dressing, and strips of red bell pepper and cherry tomatoes.
Recently, someone I know told me that she’d eaten a vegan “Elvis” sandwich in a New York City eatery. Curious, I learned that Elvis Presley’s favorite sandwich was grilled peanut butter, banana, and bacon. It sounds a bit odd, but the combination is curiously good in its vegan rendition. The biggest modification is that smoky […]
Adding sweet elements like apples and dried fruit to raw vegetables like red cabbage can be a good way to entice kids to give salads a try. Eaters of any age will like this one, too. Try it with it spicy dishes, to which it provides a nice flavor contrast.