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Wild About Greens

Wild About Greens by Nava Atlas - cover125 Delectable Vegan Recipes for Kale, Collards, Arugula, Bok Choy, and other Leafy Veggies Everyone Loves 

Nava Atlas serves up a comprehensive collection of scrumptious recipes, all featuring ultra-healthy, super-nutritious leafy greens. Leafy greens are a breeze to grow and prepare, and these 125 dishes showcase the most commonly used varieties in an irresistible selection of soups, salads, stews, stir-fries, pastas, and more. Nava’s up-to-the-minute ideas range from using sturdy collard greens as wrappers for savory fillings to whirling tender arugula and watercress into incredible dips. more→

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Quinoa and Red Lentil Burgers

Quinoa and red lentil burger

Quinoa and red lentils cook up in the same amount of time, right in the same saucepan, making these nourishing veggie burgers super convenient to make. You can make the whole batch, and freeze half of them for later use once baked and cooled. While these bake, consider roasting some potato wedges or other vegetables at the same time. Add a green salad one of our easy slaws for a great meal. Recipe adapted from Plant Power by Nava Atlas. Photos by Hannah Kaminsky. more→

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Vegan Holiday Kitchen

Vegan holiday Kitchen by Nava Atlas

More than 200 Delicious, Festive Recipes for Special Occasions

Here is do-able, hearty fare for major holidays year-round! With more than 200 mouthwatering recipes, Vegan Holiday Kitchen is your go-to resource for recipes and menus for major holidays. Vegans can at last celebrate the holidays with gusto and enjoy every course of the meal—from appetizers to desserts. What’s more, these lovingly crafted dishes will satisfy everyone who loves great food, no matter what their culinary preferences. There’s no reason to wait for a special occasion to enjoy these recipes—they’re healthy and uncomplicated enough for everyday fare.

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8 Fun and Healthy After-School Snacks

Easy vegan hot bean dip

Kids often come home hungry after school. Give them a boost of nutrition and energy with these homemade snacks. They’re not much work, and are filled with flavor and nutrition. These choices range from savory to sweet, so try them all! Easiest Hot Bean Dip (above) is so simple it barely qualifies as a recipe. But it’s so tasty that it hardly matters. Serve with plenty of good-quality natural tortilla chips. more→

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Blueberry-Oat Pancakes

Vegan Blueberry-Oat Pancakes

This variation on basic pancakes will delight blueberry fans. Use the smaller, wild blueberries for best results. Frozen (preferably organic) blueberries can be used out of season. Oats add a nice texture. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→

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Kale, Romaine, and Apple Salad with Sesame-Avocado Dressing

Kale, Romaine, and Apple Salad

Here’s a fresh and crunchy kale salad with a double dose of sesame (tahini and seeds). Did you know that sesame seeds are a good source of calcium? This salad goes with just about any kind of meal — bean and grain dishes, stews, chilies, veggie burgers. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→

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Hummus and Veggie Lavash Wraps

Lavash Hummus Veggie Wrap

Rectangular soft lavash wrappers are even easier to make sandwiches with than round wrapper breads — everything lines up so neatly, and they roll up so easily. Look for them in near your supermarket’s deli section — they’re often shelved near pita breads. Hummus holds everything together, and plenty of romaine lettuce plus fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, and roasted red peppers means that your yummy sandwich is also a salad! Make this with black olive hummus for extra flavor. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→

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How to Cook and Embellish Grits

Grits and Greens

Grits, or hominy grits, are hulled, dried, and cracked corn kernels. To add variety to your grain repertoire, do try them! Please seek out stone-ground grits, which are much more flavorful than the stripped-down quick-cooking grits sold in supermarkets. They make a soft bed of (naturally gluten-free) grain for bean and vegetable dishes. or even as a pleasant side dish. Grits can also play a starring role in simple preparations, rather than just being used as a bed of grain.  more→

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