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Leslie Cerier

I can’t say enough good things about Leslie’s recipes, website, books…everything! My favorite is Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook. Check out her own website and be sure to check out her page on VegKitchen: http://www.vegkitchen.com/leslie-cerier-the-organic-gourmet/

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LEAFY GREENS OF SPRING

Winter’s cold-hardened earth needs barely to thaw before it welcomes the leafy edible greens of spring into its fold. With a penchant for growing in cool weather, these nourishing plants provide some of the spring garden’s earliest produce.

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HEALTHY, EASY VEGAN KALE RECIPES

Whether you like raw kale salads, sautéed dishes and stews, or green smoothies, you’ll find these and other easy vegan kale recipes to choose from here. Kale is super-nutritious (and a great source of calcium for the vegan diet) as well as versatile — there aren’t many greens that would work equally well in a warming stew, a raw salad, and a refreshing beverage. 

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Italian-Style “Sausage” and Peppers

This homestyle Italian classic, updated with vegan sausage, makes a warming one-dish winter meal. It’s especially good served over cooked polenta. Mild, pale-green Italian frying peppers are commonly available in supermarkets and produce markets.

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Vegan Minute: Quick Stir-Fried Collard Greens

From VegKitchen’s Vegan Minute video series, here’s how to cook collard greens easily and deliciously.

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Vegan Minute: 3 great ways to use salsa

From VegKitchen’s Vegan Minute video series, here’s how to use salsa to add instant flavor.

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HOW TO EAT LOCAL

More and more people are starting to realize the importance of eating “local,” loosely defined as grown within approximately 100 to 200 miles. You can probably guess its benefits: eating local reduces your food’s carbon footprint and strengthens the local economy while providing you with fresher food. But how can you go local in your meal planning? Here are some easy tips to help you get started.

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VEGAN DIETS: HELPING YOUR BODY HEAL ITSELF

In his bookGet Healthy, Go Vegan, physician Neal Barnard made an astonishing observation regarding how diet impacts our health. According to Barnard, meals laden with meat and dairy have caused a surge in cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other life-threatening ailments.

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THAI CHICKPEA ALMOND CURRY

While this bakes, you will be enchanted with the aromatic mingling of nutty coconut sauce infused with lime, ginger, and curry. It is a deeply flavorful dish that is also almost effortless in preparation. Everything comes together lickety-split and you have an exotic bean entrée to serve over rice. Recipe reprinted fromLet Them Eat Vegan by Dreena Burton (Da Capo, ©2012), by permission. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky.

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Grilled Ratatouille

A grilled version of the classic French stew, this glistening warm salad is a welcome offering at a vegetarain/vegan barbecue.

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Grilled Pineapple

Grilled pineapple is amazing. It’s a perfect foil for vegan proteins (tofu, tempeh, seitan, or vegan sausage) and veggies cooked on the barbecue.

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Grilled Pepperonata with Vegan Sausage

This vegan rendition of an Italian classic (sausage and peppers) is absolutely wonderful made on the grill.

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Vegan Barbecue: Recipes for Grilled Vegetables & Proteins

Here are easy, tasty vegan barbecue recipes (great for any vegetarian, too) for grilling vegetables, tofu, tempeh and seitan. Create your own BBQ fireworks!

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How to Start a Dinner Club

When potlucks become a regular event shared by a given group of friends or several families, they are transformed into what is now known as a “dinner club.”

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