<p>Tofu can be a little boring at times, but it is actually a pretty smart (and tasty!) vehicle for your meals when you know what to do with it. Made from whole soybeans, it’s also healthier than many veggie burgers and soy protein powders. Here’s some creative ways to up the flavor a bit more in your dishes!</p>
Buffalo Tofu Bites Ingredients: 1 pound (block) extra firm tofu, drained and pressed 1 cup Frank's hot sauce (or your favorite hot sauce) 1 and 1/2 cups whole wheat panko bread crumbs 1/4 cup flaxseed 2 Wasa multigrain crackers 2 tablespoons garlic powder 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper (or to taste - mine were pretty hot!) salt to taste ( 1 used about a teaspoon I think) Preparation Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees 2. Drain…
steamed vegetable recipe [from this rawsome vegan life] lightly saute 3 cups of carrots, beans, broccoli, corn and mushrooms with salt, pepper and spices. Add some soy sauce, seasoned tempeh, sliced avocado and Sriracha
Dinner Tonight: Vegan Lentil Shepherd's Pie + Avocado Chocolate Mousse
Dinner Tonight: Vegan Lentil Shepherd's Pie this came out really good but it was quite a bit of work. took me about an hour to prepare and 45 minutes to bake. worth it though because it made three days worth of meals.
Whether you follow the "vegan before 6 p.m." routine, you're taking a Beyoncé-like vegan challenge, or you're animal free through and through, it seems like more and more of us have tried a vegan diet. While going vegan may take a bit more thought and effort than an unrestricted diet, with a little preplanning — like checking ingredients in store-bought breads and stocking up on vegan pantry essentials — you can still enjoy delicious, exciting meals no matter what time of day.
<b>Some delicious vegan recipes that& do you right for the holidays.</b> Salads, soups, mains, desserts, and a little something to drink. Brb — making myself a vegan holiday chocolate peppermint martini.