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Vegan Gluten Free Chocolate Cake

Vegan Gluten Free Chocolate Cake

Looking for a vegan gluten free chocolate cake that everyone can love? Look no further than this Moist Chocolate CakeĀ  from Jill Nussinow’s new cookbook Vegan Under Pressure. (Wait – pressure?!?! That’s right – it’s made in a pressure cooker!) We know that’s a lot of information to process in just a few sentences. So […]

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jicama chips

Lemon Pepper Jicama Chips Recipe

You probably know jicama for its use in salads or as crudite, but of the most overlooked and yet tasty things you can do with jicama is to make jicama chips. Yes – jicama chips! They’re light and crunchy with just the tiniest yet tantalizing amount of sweetness. First things first, for the uninitiated: Jicama […]

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school lunch

What’s for School Lunch? Vegan UVWYZ Salad

Imagine a school cafeteria where kids eat an alphabet’s worth of produce from arugula to zucchini – including a vegan salad called UVWYZ Salad.” A school lunch fantasy land? Not in the world of School Nutrition Plus, one of the country’s most cutting-edge school food companies. In this company’s vision, an array of colorful fruits […]

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springerle

Lemon-Honey Springerle Cookies

Springerle: It’s such a spring-y name for what’s traditionally a winter cookie. But we can make them any time of the year, right? (Spoiler alert: Yes, of course.) Springerle cookies are a type of German biscuit-style cookie that are traditionally embossed with an intricate print. They’re usually made at Christmastime, with Christmas-themed designs. We got […]

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quince quinoa

Quince Quinoa Side Dish Recipe For Fall

Among all of the fall fruits, quince is probably the most misunderstood. It looks like it could be as tasty as an apple or a pear, but if you bit right into it you’d be disappointed – its consistency is woody and its taste is astringent. But – and this is an important point – […]

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Apple salsa

Apple Salsa – Spicy, Fresh, Perfect for Fall

Picture our family in the kitchen, surrounded by 27 pounds of apples that we’ve picked. We’ve already made apple pie, applesauce, and we’ve eaten what seems like an endless amount of apples out of hand. What’s left to make? “Apple salsa!” declares one of the kids. Apple salsa… Hmmm… That might just work. Turns out, […]

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