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This recipe, created by Abigail Henson at the Natural Gourmet Institute in NYC, won Best Soup in the Vegetarian Times 2010 Chef's Challenge contest. Submitted by EVERDENE
I found this recipe in a 'zine and I have been making it for years. They receives rave reviews every time I make them and they are a staple in our household. I am not a vegan but I love that the only fat in these is from peanut butter.Submitted by MUDDYMUDSLINGER
I plant basil every year just so I can make pesto and have enough to freeze it (3 plants is all it takes). The hardest part is washing the basi leaves. Once made, I quickly put it into snack size plastic bags. The only thing about pesto is that it turns brown when exposed to air, so close the bags quickly and keep the remaining pesto covered with plastic wrap while filling the bags. Submitted by JLBARNEY
General Tso's chicken was always my favorite, until I stopped eating meat. This is just as tasty, and so much better for you.
This is great by itself, or served over rice, quinoa, or steamed broccoli.
The celery is optional; it helps bulk up the meal with few added calories. Submitted by TAILSFOX
The Bircher muesli recipe I use and have for breakfast most morning. Vegan recipe although yoghurt on top is also lovely. If people don't love apples, orange juice is a nice change and any fruit can be used on top.
I find this to be a very filling breakfast, which keeps me going for a long time. For people worried about sugars, the main areas to watch are the dried fruits, these can be omitted and replaced with extra fresh fruit if desired or different nuts and seeds.
Submitted by VAEMPYRESS
Check out the stats on this one!!! This is probably one of my favorite things to eat, ever, but especially in the summer! It's very cold, very fast, VERY HEALTHY, and just so very yummy. A colorful side dish to bring to a barbecue!
BTW. The American Heart Association says:
Omega-6 (n-6 polyunsaturated) fatty acids are the other group of essential fats that your body needs to function properly but does not make. Hence, they need to be consumed in the diet. Food sources of omega-6 fatty acids include some vegetable oils (SOYBEAN, safflower, sunflower or corn oils), nuts and seeds. Increased consumption of omega-6 fatty acids in place of saturated fats and trans fats is associated with a decreased risk of coronary heart disease.
Guess what! This includes just about all of the fat in this recipe!Submitted by ODYJAY