VegKitchen Monday Menu, February 20, 2017

Sweet and sour stir-fried vegetables with tempeh and pineapple

Today’s Monday Menu features Sweet-and-Sour Stir-Fried Vegetables with Seitan or Tempeh.This sweet-and-sour stir-fry, featuring high-protein seitan or tempeh along with colorful vegetables and pineapple, has several steps but can be made easily and at a leisurely pace. Best of all, it results in a delicious and nourishing meal. It’s especially good served over bean-thread noodles or Asian brown rice vermicelli, but soba or udon work well, too. Long-grain brown rice and brown basmati rice are good choices as well. more→

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7 Cozy Vegan Recipes Using Vegetable Broth That Aren’t Soups

Cozy Vegan Recipes

A hearty vegetable broth makes for some cozy vegan recipes that are great relaxing at home after a long day or warming yourself up on a cold afternoon. And it’s so easy to make with just a little bit of preparation.

But the thing is, it’s also very versatile and cozy vegan recipes don’t have to be limited to a warm bowl of soup (as satisfying as it is) when you have your broth ready to go. Check out some of these cozy vegan recipes you may never have thought you could use vegetable broth for. more→

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Crispy Quinoa Crumbs

Crispy quinoa on green beans

Here’s a clever way to turn quinoa into tasty crispy crumbs. They pack more nutrition than breadcrumbs and are naturally gluten-free. Bake up a batch and you’ll see why we love to have them on hand. These are easy to make in just a few steps:

1  Cook quinoa as usual — combine 2 cups of water in 1 cup quinoa in a medium saucepan. Bring it to a rapid simmer, lower the heat and cook for 15 minutes, or until the water is absorbed. For more flavor you can add a vegan bouillon cube to the water or use vegetable broth instead. more→

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7 Common Superfoods for Women of Any Age

Fresh spinach in a bowl

Women today are more conscious of their health and food intake. They watch what they eat more carefully now than ever. But you need not buy expensive and unproven superfoods and supplements, when there are so many common foods that can benefit your health. You may have some or most of these in the pantry or fridge already! Here are 7 of these common superfoods for the benefit women of any age, whether their goal is weight loss or simply to feel healthier and look better.

Spinach: This leafy vegetable is packed with essential nutrients that women of any age need. It has loads of vitamin K, magnesium and calcium. The combination of these three slows down the deterioration of bones ones you get older. It also contains folate which is a type of vitamin B. Here are some healthy and delicious spinach recipes. more→

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