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Black Bean & Walnut Burger

Black Bean & Walnut Burger

If you've been disappointed with black bean burgers in the past, this one will wow you and all who try it!

  By VegansEatWhat?

Cashew Cream

Cashew Cream

Cashew cream is so simple to prepare and can be used in countless ways. Use it in place of sour cream, sweet cream or as the base for a dip or add it to soups and salad dressings.

  By Kris Giovanini

rice-crispy-treats

Rice Crispy Treats

This veganized version of the popular treat is easy to make and likely to disappear fast!

  By VegFest Colorado

Artichoke Crab Cakes

Artichoke Crab Cakes with Sriracha Tater Sauce

This vegan version of the familiar classic will please people and crabs everywhere.

  By VegansEatWhat.com

Pie In The Sky

Pie In The Sky

This delicacy thaws quickly so it can be served frozen, half frozen, or completely thawed as a custard pie.

  By Sarah Eastin

vegan coleslaw

Vegan Coleslaw

This recipe was inspired by Hank Tobo’s Slaw. It makes a great side, salad, or topping for veggie burgers.

  By Justina Walls

asparagus soup

Cold Creamy Asparagus Soup

Cold soups have a lot more panache than hot soups. Cold soups are fancy and can be served on the “veranda” with real china and silver and a white tablecloth. You can even serve them in little bowls set inside of big bowls filled with ice. Everyone will think you’re Martha Stewart.

  By Mark W. Reinhardt

Not-So Cheese Sauce

Not-So-Cheese Sauce

Once made, this healthy cheese sauce can be refrigerated for several days and provides numerous opportunities for easy, tasty and nutritious snacks and meals.

  By VegansEatWhat?

Supergreens Artichoke Dip

Supergreen Artichoke Dip

This incredible dip is full of healthy greens and OMG delicious! Serve with crostini, gluten free crackers, and/or sliced vegetables.

  By Sarah Gordon

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Confessions of a Vegan Nutrition Student

Confessions of a Vegan Nutrition Student

The Summer prior to my senior year as a nutrition major, I found veganism.  I finally was living consistent with my beliefs about animals and I also felt better physically.  My digestion improved, my energy levels soared and the few extra pounds I was carrying fell off.  But when school resumed in the Fall, I […]

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  June 4, 2016   No comments
Soy Protein Isolates vs. Soy:  What’s the Truth?

Soy Protein Isolates vs. Soy: What’s the Truth?

On Monday, October 26, 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) made an announcement that the consumption of processed meats and red meats may be a definite factor in the development of cancer. It is great to see the WHO release this announcement. Soy Is Healthy We wish that a definite announcement of the safety of […]

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  February 10, 2016   No comments
When The Pope Speaks, Does Anyone Listen?

When The Pope Speaks, Does Anyone Listen?

If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is around to hear it, does it make a sound?  So too I wonder about Pope Francis’ recent Encyclical on Climate Change & Inequality.  He writes about the devastation we humans are causing to our Earth and its creatures, but is anybody listening? Pope Francis on […]

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  February 1, 2016   No comments