Fresh basil pesto needs no parmesan for deliciousness. Healthy fat from blended cashews combined with the fresh leaves make pesto a magic topping for pasta, sandwiches, tabouli, and many other delicious vegan dishes. Prep and cook time: 10 min. Servings: 4 1/2 cup raw cashews 1/4 cup water 1 small garlic clove or 1/2 tsp of garlic powder 6 oz silken tofu (half of a 12 oz vaccuum pack) 1/4 tsp sea salt (optional) 1 Tbsp white wine vinegar or the juice of 1 fresh lemon 2 cups fresh basil leaves   In a food processor or Vitamix, combine the cashews and water until

OMG I had no idea that cassava flour makes fantastically easy home-made gluten-free tortillas! The dough is even easier to work with than masa (corn) flour and the tortillas are soft and foldable. So good. Any you can put anything you like inside. You can make them into 6 inch gluten free pizzas. For some reason the recipe on the package never worked out for me. But here it is if you want to try it!  (From Otto's Cassava Flour) Here's the recipe that works for me: Prep and cook time 20 min. 3-4 servings (about 12 tacos) 2 1/2 cups yucca / cassava flour 3 cups

Creamy vegan deliciousness coating hearty whole grain noodles with splashes of fresh green leaves. So good. Cooking and prep time is 25 min. 4-6 servings16 oz. bag of whole wheat or brown rice shells (little noodles)3 Tbsp. Sriracha3 Tbsp. tahini1/8 cup chopped olives1/2 cup sliced mushrooms1/4 cup chopped parsley1/2 cup chopped spinach1/8 cup nutritional yeastCook noodles according to instructions in one pot while preparing the other ingredients in a frying panCook the mushrooms on medium heat in just enough water to cover the bottom of the frying panAfter the mushrooms are soft add the olives for a couple minutesAdd the tahini and sriracha

This gluten-free vegan recipe makes yesterday’s vegetable platter into a satisfying meal. Like traditional Thai food, this recipe uses a combination of salty, sweet, sour and spicy ingredients to enhance the flavor of the vegetables. Prep and cooking time 20 min (not counting cooking the rice). Makes 2 servings. 2 cups of cooked brown rice half an onion diced 1 clove of garlic diced 3-6 oz tofu cut into half-inch squares 1 tsp sesame oil (or vegetable broth) 1 tsp coconut oil or any vegetable oil (or vegetable broth) 1 cup of a mix of diced vegetables (carrot sticks, peppers, broccoli, cherry tomatoes, etc)

A fresh and easy gluten-free vegan meal you can throw together fast. Whole grain corn tortillas and protein-rich hummus make a satisfying combo you might not have thought of before. Prep time: 2 min. Cook time: 0 min (2 min if toasting tortillas or 10 min if making oil-free hummus). Serving size: 2 Ingredients: 8 corn tortillas 3 Tbps hummus (you can make it oil-free if you like) 8 cherry tomatoes cut in half 1 cups washed, cut lettuce sliced pickles (optional) Magic: Toast the corn tortillas on a flame or in a briefly in a toaster oven (optional) Add a teaspoon of hummus to the center