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15-Minute Black-Bean Soup
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15-Minute Black-Bean Soup

This quick black-bean soup was a spur-of-the-moment, “what do I have in the pantry?” idea that can be ready in less than 20 minutes.

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I Want Vegan Cookies!
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I Want Vegan Cookies!

And I want them now! Sure, you can find Oreos everywhere, and many store-brand cookies are vegan, but sometimes you want that extra-special cookie. Well, you’re in luck because …

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NOLA Classic: The Muffuletta
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NOLA Classic: The Muffuletta

Cajun and Creole classics typically come to mind first, but there is one New Orleans original recipe with an Italian influence—the Muffuletta.

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Mock Tuna Salad

Mock Tuna Salad

This mock tuna salad is a great dish made mostly with chickpeas.

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Finger Foods for Your New Year’s Eve Bash

Finger Foods for Your New Year’s Eve Bash

Have a vegan New Year’s Eve celebration with these delicious finger foods.

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Slow-Cooked Collards Over Polenta Cakes

Slow-Cooked Collards Over Polenta Cakes

Collard greens is a common staple food for the holidays in South. Serve slow-cooked collards over polenta cakes at your Kwanzaa celebration.

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Mmm … Eggless MacMuffin!
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Mmm … Eggless MacMuffin!

This breakfast sandwich is easy to make, undeniably delicious, and healthier.

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Holiday Time-Saver: Vegan Baking Mixes!
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Holiday Time-Saver: Vegan Baking Mixes!

The holidays are synonymous with baking, but if you don’t have the time or don’t know where to start, check this out.

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The Five Holiday Landmines, Part Two
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The Five Holiday Landmines, Part Two

Learn five tips for how to survive the holidays as a new vegetarian or vegan by Almost Vegetarian guest blogger.

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The Five Holiday Landmines for the Vegetarian
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The Five Holiday Landmines for the Vegetarian

Learn five tips for how to survive the holidays as a new vegetarian or vegan by Almost Vegetarian guest blogger.

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