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Curried Chickpea Tahini Salad

When I wrote the title of this post, I thought “it’s taken me over three years to post my recipe for curried chickpea tahini salad?!” In spite of the fact that I’ve never shared it, this was one of the first vegan lunch recipes I concocted on my own. I loved it then, and I love it now. And since …

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Coconut Brown Rice, Black Beans & Sweet Potato with Cashew Cilantro Lime Sauce

I’ve been all about batch cooking lately, for obvious reasons: new schedule, the organized, back-to-school September energy, minimal fondness of weeknight cooking. But no amount of meal prep dims the pleasure of throwing together something spontaneous and surprisingly good. That’s how this dish of coconut brown rice, black beans & sweet potato with cilantro cashew lime sauce turned out at …

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Creamy Vegan Skillet Lasagna

This is another one of those recipes that had me feeling tripped up over terminology. Lasagna, even a skillet lasagna, is typically made with layers of melty cheese. This one forgoes those layers for the addition of cashew cream, which makes the whole thing creamy/cheesy/etc., but makes it a departure from anything resembling traditional lasagna, too. So why not label …

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Simple, Whole Grain Vegan Cornbread

One of my intentions lately has been to post more of my staple recipes–the ones I find myself making at least every couple of weeks, if not more. I’ve shared some of these in recent months already, including my go-to cashew cheese and all-purpose cashew cream, my two lentil chili, and my chickpea oat balls, all of which make frequent appearances …

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Easy Tahini and Soba Noodle Salad

Soba noodle salads are one of those meals–like curries, grain salads, and tofu scrambles–that I’ve got on my list of super speedy dinner options for weeknights. They’re light but satisfying, and they take so little time to prepare, especially if you’ve got a nice dressing at the ready (and even if you don’t, because whisking a dressing together takes hardly …

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