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Pressure Cooker Italian Lentil Soup

Tasty, filling soup ready to eat in 15 minutes using your pressure cooker.

To make the omnivores happy, add two warmed meatballs to their bowl before ladling soup in.

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Vegan Banana Nut Muffins

Don't be afraid to try these because they're vegan! These are delicious and lighter than traditional banana bread or muffins. I serve them often to omni guests and family members, with many requests for seconds. As always, I don't bother to tell people they're veg*n!

Feel free to substitute dairy milk or any milk alternative (rice, almond, etc) for the soy milk. You may also increase the sugar to 3/4 cup, especially if your bananas aren't overly ripe.

Nutrition information is based on the first amount listed in ingredients with variable amounts.

Pressure Cooker Risotto

You can have tasty, healthy risotto on the table in under 15 minutes using your pressure cooker. Don't be afraid to play with your veggies with this one!

Very Good (6 ratings)

You've decided to make some hummus or goddess dressing, only to find you're out of tahini. Rats!
Making your own tahini is very easy. You control the oil and ingredients. Just keep sesame seeds in your freezer, and you'll be good to go at a moment's notice.

Southwestern Rice and Beans

A filling side dish or vegetarian entree. Very popular with all ages.

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BlueKarma's Veg*n & Omni Adjustable Recipes
I'm an imperfect vegan (some cheese incidents still) who cooks for an omni & ovo-lacto family. Rather than cook multiple entrees, etc, I've learned many strategies to make everybody happy. Most meals are from scratch, but nothing is difficult.