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  • Meatless Monday: Gingery Miso Soup

    There are few things in this world that are more comforting to a nervous, sour or sensitive stomach than miso soup. When your digestive system is out of balance, sometimes it’s the only food that satisfies. If you live anywhere near an Asian restaurant that sells miso soup, it’s easy to get it whenever you need a fix. But if you’re vegetarian, that doesn’t always fly. Many restaurants use a fish-based broth. If that’s a concern for you, make sure you ask before you order. The good news is that miso soup is easy to make. I made the miso...

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  • Meatless Monday: Quinoa-Millet Pilaf

    My partner has not been feeling well for the past few days. We’re suspecting a mild flu. Whatever it is, his digestion, while not in deep distress, is out of balance. When my digestion is not feeling quite right, I steer toward simpler foods. My first thought for creating a stomach-supporting food for Phillip was miso soup. I did make a miso soup, and I planned on featuring it today, but for some reason, I couldn't get the photo to load. I'm hoping to have this figured out by next week so that I can publish it then. Anyway, in...

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  • Meatless Monday: Broccoli-Squash Vegan Pizza

    In the past 20 years or so, the popular definition of pizza has changed radically. I first noticed it when pizza bakers started using pesto instead of tomato sauce as a base. From there it turned radical—pad thai pizza, carrot butter pizza, taco pizza—you get the picture. While I love traditional tomato-based pies, I also enjoy trying something different. The day I made this pizza I was craving a pizza with cruciferous veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, etc.). A few months ago, I tried a sauce-free kale and cannellini bean pizza, probably the least traditional pie I’ve tried so far. Today’s Meatless...

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  • Meatless Monday: Vegan Jambalaya

    You’ve heard the song. You know, the joyful Hank Williams Sr. rave-up that dozens of artists have recorded. But what exactly is jambalaya? The word “jambalaya” comes from the Provençal word jambalaia, meaning a “mish mash” or “mixup.” In culinary terms, I’d say this is pretty accurate. While there are necessary ingredients—celery, onions, peppers and rice—jambalaya is a meal-in-a-pot with grain, veggies, and traditionally, meat. Of course, this blog focuses on meatless Monday meals. So I went about looking for a good vegan jambalaya recipe to share. I found lots of different takes on the traditional dish. This tells me...

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  • Meatless Monday: Cauliflower Steak

    When I was growing up, the rare occasions when we would have steak were always cause for celebration. My Depression-era parents rarely sprung for expensive cuts of meat, but when they did it was always noted and appreciated. By everyone except me. I couldn’t figure out what the big deal was. I didn’t care much for any kind of meat, but I really couldn’t stand steak. Nothing about it was appealing—the heaviness, the texture, the aggressiveness of the flavor. The fact that it was a big deal in my family made me feel clueless, but I couldn’t argue with my...

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  • Vegan Super Bowl: Polenta Pizzas

    I’ll start this post with a disclaimer: I’ve only been to one Super Bowl party in my life, and it was 25 years ago. (I’m much more of a baseball fan.) Because of my limited experience, I did some research on Super Bowl fare. As I had guessed, traditional Super Bowl celebrations are pretty meat-centric. Think chicken wings and pigs-in-a-blanket for starters. So what do vegan football fans do? As with many potlucks, vegans need to bring something substantial that they can eat. Otherwise, it’s likely your dinner will be chips, guacamole and dessert. In my research, I noticed that...

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  • Meatless Monday: Spicy Potato Hash

    Most of my cooking is on the simpler, cleaner side of the spectrum. But occasionally I like to experiment with in-your-face fare. I recently bought a cookbook titled Bold-Flavored Vegan Cooking by Celine Steen. It's a reliable book to turn to when I’m craving something spicy. This book is a great Meatless Monday addition to your collection, especially if you’re wanting to convince meat eaters that veg cooking can be spicy and bold. In the fashion of the naming of the Grateful Dead I decided to open the book randomly and make whatever was on that page. (The band found...

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  • Meatless Monday: Garlicky White Bean Soup

    Do you like garlic? Do you love the warm, savory fragrance of garlic lingering in your kitchen long after the meal is over? If so, this soup is for you. This recipe comes from the always-reliable Mollie Katzen, author of the classic Moosewood Cookbook and many, many others. This soup is featured in Katzen’s beautiful hardbound book, Heart of the Plate. The book highlights recipes that reflect the current trend of less cheesy and less glutinous vegetarian fare. Katzen’s recipes are always well balanced and flavorful. This one is no exception. I followed the recipe below faithfully except for the fact that...

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  • Meatless Monday: Power Bowl with BBQ Tahini Sauce

    As a longtime meatless eater and fan of cookbooks, my cookbook shelf is burgeoning with some 80-plus vegetarian and vegan cookbooks. I inherited this from my grandmother. She kept a stack of Gourmet magazines on a little stool in her kitchen—a stool I inherited from her. I’m not sure whether my grandmother actually cooked from all these magazines. She just liked to read them. I’m the same way. So why would I go online to search for recipes when I have such a plethora of resources at home? I guess I’m just ravenous for recipes. Plus, most of my cookbooks...

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  • Meatless Monday: Veggies with Carrot, Ginger, Tahini Sauce

      In the late 1980s, when I first went vegan, resources were few and far between. There were few cookbooks, and no worldwide web to find new recipes. There were certainly no vegan convenience foods outside of frozen or canned vegetables. Oh, those primitive days … At the time, I’d been vegetarian for about 10 years, so I was used to cooking without meat. But most meals I made back then were heavy on the dairy. After I started experiencing congestion from all that dairy, I decided to go vegan. (About 15 years ago, I added occasional eggs and a small amount...

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