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Bowls are back! (Did they every leave?) I dub bowls as "kitchen sink cooking". Autumn has arrived and let's take all the goodness the season has to offer and throw it in a bowl- whip up a tasty dressing and viola! Instant deliciousness that is interesting and nutritious!        

Bowls are back! (Did they every leave?) I dub bowls as "kitchen sink cooking". Autumn has arrived and let's take all the goodness the season has to offer and throw it in a bowl- whip up a tasty dressing and viola! Instant deliciousness that is interesting and nutritious!

This kitchy cooking technique of beer can steaming your food doesn't stop with chicken! So, you've picked plants this time around, well, saddle up and stick that can of beer right in a head of nutrient dense and low-cal cabbage. Soon you'll have a beautifully beer-steamed bowl of tangy BBQ'd shredd...

Try to not get addicted. I dare you.

I was asked to create recipes for a presentation & food demo I gave to a group coming to learn about chronic inflammation. I see these balls over over the place (shoot, I've been making them for years!), but I've never really made them for a particular purpose - unless just trying to pack a nutr...

We've taken the classic oil-free STLVegGirl traditional hummus and holidazed (a word, I'm sure of it) by adding one simple ingredient to each of the two batches. Fresh basil will green up one batch and blending in roasted red peppers will give you the red holiday hue everyone will for sure scoop up....

The first recipe I ever made when I went plant-based in 2008 and still making it today. I hope you like it as much as I do.

Crispy, crunchy coco-nutty tofu dunked into a creamy garlic-ginger sauce is just what you are looking for when that urge for Japanese food strikes. No deep fried grossness here! You'll love the layers of flavor (that you control!), and won't have that slothy dragginess after!

I always keep a container of this in our fridge! It's so versatile. Thin it out and it makes a great salad dressing! Keep it thick and it is a fantastic dip for veggies or a drizzle over falafel. The dill is a really great fresh touch, but you can omit that if you'd like.

Using just 6 little ingredients, you'll make the best Italian dressing you've ever had!

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