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RECIPE: Seven Greens Salad

If you are looking for a nutritious green recipe for St. Patrick's Day (or any day) look no further! Seven Greens Salad is a nutrient dense 100% plants salad that is delicious any day of the year. This salad celebrates one beautiful color - green - which is one of the most notoriously nutritious colors in the food rainbow. The Protective Power of…
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RECIPE: Red Lentil Coconut Curry

Red Lentil Coconut Curry soup is a delicious and nutritious 100% whole plants recipe that is one of my personal favorite meals. My daughter and son also adore this thick and creamy stew of root vegetables. This recipe makes a big pot in case you have a big family or so that you can enjoy plenty of leftover meals. This recipe is: Whole
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RECIPE: 3 Bean Chili

3 Bean Chili goes great with a slice of vegan cornbread. Chili is one of the very few recipes that I make that my mother used to make growing up. Her version always had some kind of meat as the focal ingredient, but my chili recipe today places the beans as the stars. The three beans I use for 3 Bean Chili are kidney beans, pinto beans, and
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RECIPE: Rainbow Salad – 100% Whole Food Plant-Based

Rainbow Salad is an easy and delicious raw vegan recipe made from 100% whole plant foods from all colors of the rainbow. I created this recipe specifically for teaching the "Eat a Rainbow" lesson to my fourth-grade students, and I love how simple, memorable, and versatile it is. You can use any salad green for the greens and experiment with…
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RECIPE: Garden Sushi Cups – Vegan Sushi

Garden Sushi Cups Recipe Add variety to your vegan sushi repertoire. This simple tasty vegan sushi recipe contains 100% whole plant foods that you can grow in your garden. Garden Sushi Cups are heart-healthy, low-fat, low-sodium, dairy-free, gluten-free, and full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Read more about how to make this¬†easy and…
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RECIPE: Three Sisters Salad

This heart-healthy recipe is centered on corn, beans, and squash --- the infamous Three Sisters of traditional Native American agriculture. The three sisters crops are traditionally planted together because of the way they cooperate in supporting each other.
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