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French Green Lentils

from The First Mess // Plant-Based Recipes + Photography by Laura Wright

creamy French lentils with mushrooms and kale

creamy French lentils with mushrooms and kale // via thefirstmess.com #vegan

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from PBS Food

Lentils and Spicy Sausages Recipe

we love lentils and sausage around here! i usually make this with chorizo slices but the italian sausage is looking tasty. GF, of course!

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from The First Mess // Plant-Based Recipes + Photography by Laura Wright

creamy French lentils with mushrooms and kale

creamy French lentils with mushrooms and kale // via thefirstmess.com #vegan - mmmm oh yes!

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Butternut squash and gruyère pithier - This take on a puff pastry pie is a smart vegetarian main course for a dinner party, or as a special family lunch. Layers of butternut squash mean that once cut open this French-style dish looks as good on the inside as it does on the outside with its decorative top. Serve with a green salad or seasonal veg.

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from The First Mess // Plant-Based Recipes + Photography by Laura Wright

grilled asparagus + french lentil niçoise salad

grilled asparagus and french lentil niçoise salad. Plenty of plant protein in this meal to keep you full. God bless the greens.

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from Once Upon a Chef

French Lentil Salad with Goat Cheese

French Lentil Salad with Goat Cheese - Once Upon a Chef

from SPICE + SPROUT

Creamy Coconut and Tomato French Lentils

We can't wait to make this with all of the tomatoes suddenly appearing around the office- Creamy Coconut and Tomato French Lentils form @SpiceandSprout.

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from Cook Republic

French lentil and garlic patties with green sauce

French Lentil Garlic Patties (Best Australian Blog 2013) - This stuff is gorgeous!

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from The First Mess // Plant-Based Recipes + Photography by Laura Wright

creamy French lentils with mushrooms and kale

creamy French lentils with mushrooms and kale // via thefirstmess.com #vegan

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from Food52

A Lentil for Every and Any Occasion

From left to right: Black/beluga lentils, French/Le Puy lentils, brown lentils, red lentils, and green lentils.