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Raw Kale Salad

Amazing raw food salad! It's full of amazing nutrients and filling. Plus, it's delicious. So that's a win.Submitted by THEMISSILE

Vegan Potato Cakes
Vegan Potato Cakes

These potato cakes are delicious, and they're vegan! :)Submitted by RAE_REGENBOGEN

Cilantro Pico De Gallo

This sort of pico de gallo uses pepper sauces instead of chopped jalapenos, so the only green in it is from the cilantro. The spice seems more evenly spread out than in the typical pico de gallo, with no sudden pockets of jalapeno or bland bites. Makes 32 1/4 cup servings.Submitted by WAIT4IT

Creamed Potatoes with skins

A side dish for any main meal of the day. Can be reheated if stored properly in airtight container in refrigerator...Submitted by STRINGBEAN61

String Beans

A great vegetable to have on the side of any main course. (Can add white potatoes and Can add Original Ranch Dressing to kick it up a little if you like when you serve the beans on the plate.)Submitted by STRINGBEAN61

Bagel Sandwich

I really just needed to calculate the nutritional info for this sandwichSubmitted by MOMMYSWAMI

Vegan Mexican Stuffed Peppers

Yet another dish I've had to make with what's on hand.Submitted by MOMMYSWAMI

Organic Coconut Yogurt

Recently I made yogurt in my crockpot. Honestly I did it just to see if I COULD. I didn't have much hope that it would turn out well. But the yogurt is amazing. And as it turns out has the additional benefit of costing only 40% of purchasing yogurt, has no added fillers and thickeners that even the organic healthy yogurts I buy still contain, and best of all I can use whatever probiotics we happen to be taking at the time, not just the same 2 or 3 cultures used by the yogurt manufacturers. (I vary my families probiotics to maintain the balance of flora, otherwise you'll get an overgrowth of one or more particular probiotics)

I am including a link to the blog where I got the recipe. However, I did make some changes. My first batch was with coconut milk since my 8 year old can't eat soy or dairy. Next I'll be trying soymilk. From what I've read you can use any kind of "milk" you'd like, even nut milks. Here is what I did.

http://crockpot365.blogspot.co
m/2008/10/you-can-make-yogurt-in-your-
crockpot.htmlSubmitted by MOMMYSWAMI


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