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Vegan Cheezy Dijon Dip

Vegan Cheezy Dijon Dip

What’s your hot pretzel preference—do you like to dip yours in cheese, or are you more of a dunk-in-mustard type? Why not enjoy the best of both worlds, not just with braided bread, but also crackers, veggies, sandwiches and wraps? This Cheezy Dijon ...
High-Protein Vanilla Crunch Muffins

High-Protein Vanilla Crunch Muffins

Hosting brunch for a bunch? These days it’s not uncommon to have a smorgasbord of food allergies, diet restrictions and plain old picky eaters at any given group function. Naturally, it becomes overwhelming to cater to everyone’s unique dietary desir ...
Vegan Raw Cacao-Coconut Freezer Fudge

Vegan Raw Cacao-Coconut Freezer Fudge

Raw cacao is all the rage—and for good reason! Unlike cocoa, cacao (pronounced kuh-COW) is chocolate in its purest form, not processed or heat treated, meaning more of the cocoa bean’s natural nutrients remain intact. Ground into a fine powder, it ca ...
Raw Chili-Mint Zucchini Salad

Raw Chili-Mint Zucchini Salad

Not sure if a raw diet is right for you? This salad may sway your decision. Thin ribbons of zucchini are marinated in a mixture of tangy rice vinegar and lime juice, then seasoned with spicy chili flakes and cooling mint leaves for a zesty, refreshin ...
Raw Kelp Noodles with Porcini-Kale Pesto

Raw Kelp Noodles with Porcini-Kale Pesto

Pesto, from the Italian word pestare—meaning to pound or to crush—is a dish traditionally made by pressing basil leaves, garlic and pine nuts (with a mortar and pestle, if done the old-school way) to form a paste-like sauce for pasta or potatoes. Bri ...
Spring Picnic (Vegan!) Potato Salad

Spring Picnic (Vegan!) Potato Salad

Whether you’re headed to a potluck or planning a small get-together lunch, potato salad is an old stand-by that appeals to all ages. If guests are vegan, however, traditional ingredients—mayo, eggs, sour cream and sometimes bacon—make this dish ...
Red Quinoa & Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Red Quinoa & Black-Eyed Pea Salad

If you’re new to quinoa and don’t care for the “plain” flavor, give red quinoa a try before you give up on this healthy grain. Red quinoa has a slightly bolder, nuttier taste that pairs perfectly with milder vegetables and be ...