Celebrate Global Pulse Day with Delicious Bean and Lentil Dishes

Greek Flavored Lentil Salad with Tofu "Feta"

Today, January 18, 2017 is Global Pulse Day, a worldwide event building on the movement that began with 2016’s International Year of Pulses. The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) wants to inspire us all a fresh look at a group of ancient food crops known more commonly as legumes. Get in on the global action with hashtags #GlobalPulseDay and #LovePulses if you want to share this or your own posts on social media! more→

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Pomegranate, Berry & Avocado Smoothie

Pomegranate smoothie

January is spring cleaning time for the body. Getting plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet is highly recommended because they bring with them many health benefits. An easy way to consume lots of different plant-based foods in one sitting is to make smoothies. They take very little time to prepare and taste absolutely delicious. more→

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Best Vegan Cookbooks

Individual tortilla pizzas recipe

Sometimes it can be tough to come up with exciting vegan recipes. You might have a few go-to recipes you’ve stuck to since you became a vegan. But why not branch out and see what the vegan world has to offer? And these are the best vegan cookbooks for expanding your vegan repertoire. more→

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VegKitchen’s Monday Menu – January 16, 2017

Classic veggie chili and cornbread

Whether you call it Meatless Monday, Meat-Free Monday, No-Meat Monday, here at VegKitchen we just call it “Monday,” because every day is a no-meat, no dairy, and no eggs kind of day. Continuing in our new series of menus to kick off the week, we can think of few midwinter dishes more welcome than a big pot of Classic Veggie Chili. It can take you though half of a chilly (pun intended) week; leftovers are great for portable lunches, and you can vary them in a number of ways (see 5 Ways to Use Leftover Chili). more→

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