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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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Vegan Summer Vegetable Ramen

Sometimes when I get home from work I’m too tired to cook anything special. Occasionally, however, I start thinking about cooking something that requires preparation and precision. And that thought leads me to ramen. Here’s a vegan version I made … Continue reading

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Vegan Spring Soba Noodle Salad

I’ve mentioned this before, but often I will buy something at the farmer’s market without having a clear idea of what I plan to do with it. Such was the case a few weekends ago, when I bought some fiddlehead … Continue reading

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