Some Like It Hot: 5 Recipes for Panini Perfection!

Keep that panini press warm, because we have 5 perfect ways to celebrate National Panini Day! These recipes prove that the possibilities are endless between two slices of bread (especially when those slices of bread are pressed into hot, grilled perfection)! Each of these unique, gooey masterpieces make for an easy, hot
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8 Inspired Ways to Use Zucchini

Happy National Zucchini Day! Did you know that the largest zucchini on record weighed a whopping 65 pounds? When  it comes to shopping for your zucchini, however, bigger doesn’t always mean better. In fact, the most flavorful zucchinis are generally small to medium-sized. For the gardeners out there, zucchini are just
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New Video: Peanut Butter Cups!

Craving the classic combo of chocolate and peanut butter? Whip up a batch of these super simple, plant-based Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups; our new video shows you how! This recipe comes from our friend Alicia Silverstone, from her book The Kind Diet. Meet your new favorite dessert!

Veggie Burger 101

Whether you’d prefer to pick up a pre-made patty at the grocery store, swing through the drive-thru, or create a culinary masterpiece of your own, we’ve got everything you need to sink your teeth into a delicious, meat-free burger.

Peanut Butter Cup Heaven

May 18 has been dubbed “National ‘I Love Reese’s Day,’”  but you don’t need to buy the brand name (which contains milk) to enjoy the classic combination of peanut butter and chocolate.  The recipes below will get you your fix, whether you opt for the classic cups, the easy ice cube tray hack,
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National Scampi Day!

SCAMPI PASTA WITH ASPARAGUS AND WALNUTS         Scampi, in the restaurant world, is a dish of shrimp sautéed in garlic butter and tossed with parsley and fresh lemon juice. In this version, dulse stands in for the flavor of seafood and the garlic-lemon sauce is tossed with
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Vegan Matzah Recipes for Passover

When the Jewish people departed on their Exodus from Egyptian slavery over 3,000 years ago, they naturally left in a hurry. There was no time to wait for the bread they were baking to rise, so the bread that was baked was thin and flat — Matzah. Matzah is eaten
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National Chili Day, Veg Style!

Happy National Chili Day! What better way to fight off the chill of one of the coldest months of the year than with a warm, hearty bowl of chili? These 6 unique chili recipes go beyond beans to offer new twists on the classic comfort food. Want to celebrate but not in the mood
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Vegan Latkes Three Ways

Three delicious versions of the classic Hanukkah staple.

Supermarket Savvy

As more and more people are kicking meat off the menu, grocery stores are stocking their shelves with a growing variety of meat-free options.

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