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What is your favorite plant based recipe? No meat, no dairy. I'd like to try it!

NicThePoet 7 Jan 14

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Guacamole

I love guacamole!

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Five pepper salsa - chop up and throw black beans, tomatoes, onions, jalapenos, habaneros, black pepper, white pepper, green peppers, corn cilantro, basil, lime juice - hey whatever you have, right, in a fry pan, then cook it up for a while - then get some good chips and dig in when it cools off. Be safe.

jeffy Level 7 Jan 14, 2018
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OK, I have a vegan friend I cook for occasionally, I have a couple, this is the best.
500 grams or 1 pound of dried dates, 500mils or a pint of coconut cream, blend it and put in freezer, it will never freeze, stays soft, you can add chocolate or coffee to flavour, or vanilla, or not. Awesome ice cream substitute, I am continually making it for non vegetarian friends.

I make something similar. I freeze some peeled and sliced bananas. When bananas are frozen, I add frozen blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and mango to the blender and have a healthy, (though not low cal) frozen dessert that's healthier than ice-cream.

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Zucchini fried in olive oil with onion and oregano.

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Yellow squash and purple onion sliced and boiled.

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Tabouli salad: bulgur wheat (or Tabouli "mix" ), I prefer Nile Spice brand as it comes with a wonderful seasoning packet. Soak the wheat over night per instructions, next day add in fresh parsley (chopped up), diced tomato and cucumber, mix herb/veggies with the wheat, add fresh squeezed lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil (first cold press is ideal).

Zster Level 8 Jan 14, 2018

The boiling and mint come with the bulgur as I buy it. Forgot the onion though. That woukd have changed it a bit! Thanks!!!

I will have to look up Tabouli. I am always willing to try a new food.

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Asparagus, tossed in EVOO. Sprinkled liberally with sea salt and fresh cracked black pepper. Cooked fast under the broiler so that its just slightly crispy.

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I like to saute cubed tempeh in olive oil until lightly browned on most sides, then splash it with some tamari in the hot pan. Serve over brown rice with a little extra tamari, if desired. It's perhaps a bit too minimal, but it's easy, healthy and I think it tastes good. I love tempeh.

dkp93 Level 7 Jan 14, 2018
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Lentil Loaf. I once served it to my carnivorous family, and they all wondered how I was cooking with meat - since I don't eat it . Dead ringer for meat loaf ! Simple - you cook lentils down till they're soft and mashable. Mash them up and then use your usual meat loaf recipe using the lentils mush instead of meat. To make it really convincing - add a cup of cooked bulgher - which adds the "chew".

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A sprinkling of marijuana wrapped in a thin rice paper... Yummy every time... lol

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Boiled cabbage and crabboil

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Chili. I usually use kidney beans, black beans, and pintos. One can of diced tomato, obe can of tomato sauce. Sometimes i'll add in corn, okra, vegetarian ground beef substitute, onion, peppers, and/or any other beans that catch my eye.

Sounds like my chili. I may add in carrots and garlic and whatever else is lurking in the crisper of my fridge. (Though I always add Italian and Indian spices to all my meals, since I normally don't use any salt. No one can tell that there's turmeric and basil in the Chili. )

I could see moderate use of termeric adding a nice touch to chili.

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One of my favorite foods is meatless chile. Cooked exactly like regular chile but with walnuts substituted for meat. Yum!

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I've got a number you might be interested in: a stir-fry that includes shitakes, kale, carrots, and coconut flakes with rice in a spicy sauce that uses garlic, tamari, fresh ginger, and sriracha; roasted acorn squash with brown sugar and spices that's better than candy; a roasted cauliflower recipe that friends have killed for that used lemon zest, parsey, and garlic; and a recipe for a sweet potato-cranberry casserole that will brighten up any table. Oh, and like pickles? I've some killer quick pickle recipes for spicy cucumber-onion and also for turnip pickles! PM if interested!

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Homemade minestrone soup

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Step 1) Grab an apple.
Step 2) Bite apple.

My favorite snack (and sometimes meal) is pink lady apples with pecans. A bite of the apple and a bite of some pecans . . . heaven.

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Black beans mixed in a good organic rice with asian garlic chili paste to liking. The chili paste is a bit hot.

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Sorry! Didn’t see the no dairy. You can do it without cheese.

Iffy Level 5 Jan 15, 2018
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Simple and quick.
Sliced zucchini placed in a microwave dish. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Make layers.
Add 1T water.
Nuke for about 2-4 minutes depending on amount.
Top with warm spaghetti sauce.

Iffy Level 5 Jan 15, 2018
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Haluski. Just substitute veggie Kielbasa, Bacon, Cheese, and margarine.

Here is a decent description:
[geniuskitchen.com]

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Salad. No croutons.

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My favorite salad is:
Spinach leaves
Black olives
Sunflower seeds
Light sprinkle of salt and pepper
Gallus gallus domesticus
Optional raisins
Generous balsamic
Top it off with some mix cheese

Gallus baked the normal way in olive oil with preferred seasoning.

Let me know if you try it 😛

last time i checked chicken was not a plant

@btroje please excuse my inner middle schooler. He catches me by surprise sometimes.

@SocraticAddict still sounds like a good salad if the chicken is scratching outside

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