As spring approaches, so does a new season of fresh greens and garden fare ready to make into delicious dishes. Whether you’re looking for the perfect picnic, potluck salad or a simple delicious fresh dish for dinner, these vibrant salads are sure to satisfy.
All eight recipes are 100% vegan and incorporate a mixture of fresh greens, tomatoes, corn, beets, avocadoes, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers and more!
I’ve also included a couple of special recipes that rely almost completely on carrots and beets for those that love these healthy, sweet veggies and for those looking for a better way to serve them!
This salad is one I’d love to see on a menu at a local restaurant. A large bed of chopped romaine forms the base followed by rows of julienned carrots, red pepper, carrots, cilantro, toasted sliced almonds, and warm & comforting roasted sweet potato rounds. I just love beautiful food.
I'd like to eventually try to grow root vegetables like potatoes, carrots, and onions, but I am really concerned that if I don't see them as I walk into the house everyday (since they are under the ground) I will forget that they're in ...
Burrito bowls have come onto the scene as more people cut out refined carbs. It’s basically a whole bunch of burrito fixin’s in a bowl with no tortilla. This is one of my favorite quick and easy yet filling meals.
Nomelettes are not omelettes but they can play one at breakfast, brunch, or a casual dinner. Make easy pancakes from chickpea flour and wrap around your favorite filling. The result has the toothsome tenderness of an omelette without any cholesterol or disturbing uncooked gooey parts.
Using cabbage instead of lettuce makes a hearty salad, perfect for an entree. With cabbage and carrots as the foundation, almost any vegetables and beans you have on hand can be added. Sometimes I keep it really simple, using only cabbage, carrots and chickpeas, and other times I just keep adding veggies until it’s a rainbow of colors.
This is your secret weapon for cool-weather meals: rich, perfectly roasted winter squash without any prep work at all. This method works for winter squash of any size, so simply adjust the roasting time as needed.
Examiner.com 'Paleo Vegan' cookbook says you can eat Paleo on a plant-based diet Examiner.com In an exclusive interview March 20, vegan advocate and fitness coach Ellen Jaffe Jones and culinary writer Alan Roettinger say you can enjoy nutritious,...
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