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Gochugaru Tofu Subs

The second of three Vegan Lunches That Will Make Your Friends Jealous, Gochugaru Tofu Subs are hearty and full of protein to get you through your day. Sweet and spicy sauce made with Korean Red Pepper Flakes (aka gochugaru) is used to marinate extra firm tofu before it’s baked to perfection. Then the same marinade […]

Vegan ‘Chicken’ Shwarma Wraps

No one’s going to know this vegan ‘chicken’ shwarma wrap is totally plant-based unless you tell them. It looks like chicken shwarma. It smells like chicken shwarma. It tastes like chicken shwarma. And if you bring it for lunch, you can be sure of a few jealous glances. Click here for the printable recipe. Video […]

Vegan Enchiladas Recipe

This vegan enchilada recipe is simple, easy, delicious and packed with protein from brown rice and beans. This healthy oil-free enchilada recipe is fairly quick to make but I can’t say it would be considered “authentic.” That’s because I’ve only had food court Mexican food and I don’t know if Taco Bell counts 😉 But […]

Kale and Chickpea Noodle Bowl in 10 minutes!

This super filling and delicious vegan noodle bowl can be made in ten minutes or less and is packed with protein, iron, vitamin C, folate and other essential nutritional goodies! And for bonus points, it’s pretty cheap to make as well. I love this as a quick lunch or dinner. If you don’t have chickpeas […]

Avocado Dill Kale Chips

These avocado dill kale chips are tangy, a little sweet, a little spicy, and crunchy delicious! Remember to adjust the seasonings to your preferences. Do be careful of adding too much salt. Taste the dressing before it goes on the kale and remember that as it dehydrates the dressing flavour will get stronger and saltier. […]

How to make Chinese Steamed Buns (Mantou 饅頭)

This traditional Chinese recipe is already vegan; using only flour, yeast, water and, in this case, sugar. Plain steamed buns are a staple food that can be eaten with both savory and sweet accompaniments. Mantou originated in northern China as wheat was the major crop as opposed to rice in the south. Growing up in […]
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