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Vegan Thai Warm Mushroom Salad (Het Paa Naam Tok)

I’ve had the dish het paa naam tok several times in my life, but it didn’t occur to me to make it until recently. I first came across this salad (a wonderful mix of soy, lime, mushrooms, herbs, and chili … Continue reading

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Vegan Soup Month: Vegan Tom Yum Soup

I have unilaterally decided that February is Vegan Soup Month. I received a lovely soup tureen for Christmas and with the cold weather I have been making a lot of soups. I came up with a a quick and easy … Continue reading

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Vegan Soup Month: Vegan Pho

I have unilaterally decided that February is Vegan Soup Month. I received a lovely soup tureen for Christmas and with the cold weather I have been making a lot of soups. I came up with a a quick and easy … Continue reading

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Vegan Soup Month: Vegan Borscht

I have unilaterally decided that February is Vegan Soup Month. I received a lovely soup tureen for Christmas and with the cold weather I have been making a lot of soups. I came up with a a quick and easy … Continue reading

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Vegan Soup Month: Vegan Udon Noodle Soup

I have unilaterally decided that February is Vegan Soup Month. I received a lovely soup tureen for Christmas and with the cold weather I have been making a lot of soups. I came up with a a quick and easy … Continue reading

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Vegan Mushroom Miso Soup

We had our first snow of the season this weekend, which had already put me in the mood for soup. Then last night we celebrated a friend’s birthday and I woke up feeling a little under the weather. The result … Continue reading

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Plum Clafoutis Is The Perfect Fall Dessert

Even though there’s a slight chill in the air it’s a great time of year for fruit at the farmer’s market. There are still late peaches, but apples and pears are beginning to take over. There are also plums, in … Continue reading

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