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miso soup with garlicky lentils, kale + mushrooms.

Aaaaannnnddd… we’re back!  Thanks so much for your patience the last couple of weeks as recovering and travel have taken over blog time. I have a whole slew of fun new recipes for the month ahead (how is it almost

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unfried cauliflower rice in ginger miso sauce.

If eating rice ever makes you feel kind of blergh, but you still totally love the experience of eating it, cauliflower rice might be your new best friend. I discovered this crazy trick several years ago when I cut most

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grapefruit glazed tempeh.

Cooking with citrus. Who knew. I was inspired by the citrus recipe contest over at The Chalkboard Magazine and crafted up this little ditty on Sunday night — turns out, cooking with grapefruit is kind of cool! It’s also a

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tempeh sweet potato skillet with miso clove sauce.

I think I may have found my new favorite sauce for stir-frying. But first… I am going to admit something right now: I like wine. It’s yummy. I don’t drink it all the time, but when I do, I enjoy

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‘unbelievably vegan’ baked tempeh.

So you have a friend/ partner/ family member who is resistant to your plant-eating ways. Perhaps they wonder aloud when you will “go back to normal” and resume eating meat. Perhaps they just just can’t get on board with the

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serious. kelp. noodles.

Kelp noodles are seriously awesome. Here’s why: i) they’re raw. ii) they require very little prep time iii) they’re low in calories and high in nutrients iv) like tofu, they take on the flavour of whatever you pair them with

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