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The Veggie Table: Vegan Wedding

by in The Veggie Table, June 22, 2011

With just a few days to go before my wedding, I’m not surprised I woke up in a cold sweat after a wedding-related nightmare. The stress of the big day is manifesting in my dreams resulting in a slightly harried bride who isn’t getting enough shut-eye. Fortunately, the one thing I’m not losing sleep overRead more

The Veggie Table: Asparagus and Currant Wheat Berry Salad

by in The Veggie Table, May 14, 2011

It’s finally safe to say — without fear of jinxing myself — that warmer weather has arrived! Spring is finally here, and for me, that means more BBQs, picnic lunches, and potluck gatherings. I love the opportunity to share great recipes with others, and attending get-togethers where I’m invited to bring a dish means IRead more

The Veggie Table: Easy Egg Substitutes

by in The Veggie Table, April 17, 2011

With eggs being a major symbol for this month’s holidays, Easter and Passover, it’s a perfect opportunity to share tips on easy egg substitutes. Fortunately, if you’ve omitted eggs from your repertoire because of a food allergy, health or ethical reasons, there are plenty of versatile egg-substitutes that mimic almost any egg you’d use inRead more

The Veggie Table: 5 Ways to Get Your Greens

by in The Veggie Table, March 12, 2011

It is easy being green when you get to enjoy versatile dark leafy green veggies like kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, spinach and arugula. Though spinach seems to be the standard leafy green in most people’s recipe repertoire, there are many others that lend their different flavors and textures to a variety of recipes. OnceRead more

The Veggie Table: Vegan Snack Bar Review

by in The Veggie Table, Vegan, February 19, 2011

Have you seen the boom in bars at the grocery store the past few years? What was once a tiny section of the grocery store has blossomed into a near-full aisle of granola bars, snack bars, power bars, breakfast bars and energy bars, and some are more nutritious than others. I love snack bars andRead more

The Veggie Table: Five Tools to Go Meat-Free, Easily

by in The Veggie Table, January 8, 2011

Following a plant-based diet has a whole host of health benefits, even if you go meat-free just a few meals or days each week. Besides enjoying the delicious variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts and seeds, you gain the health benefits of a diet that is low in saturated fat and cholesterol, andRead more

The Veggie Table: Vegan Pumpkin Alfredo

by in Healthy Recipes, The Veggie Table, Vegan, November 29, 2010

Canned pumpkin: It’s not just for pumpkin pie! It is rich in fiber, vitamin A, and blends great into muffin mixes, soup, and numerous other pumpkin possibilities. Use up leftover Thanksgiving pumpkin puree for batch of vegan pumpkin alfredo big enough for a houseful of guests. The sauce is so rich and creamy, you’ll wonder how there isn’t a dollop of dairy in sight.

The Veggie Table: My Favorite Non-Dairy Alternatives

by in The Veggie Table, October 20, 2010

When I first found out I was lactose intolerant, my mom and I had to drive 30 miles away to a health food store just to pick up a carton of soy milk. Now, nearly 20 years later, almost every supermarket offers a plethora of dairy alternatives. With a rise in dairy allergies, intolerances andRead more

The Veggie Table: Apple Cobbler Oatmeal

by in The Veggie Table, September 18, 2010

September seems to be synonymous with apples. Maybe it’s because apple picking is a favorite fall activity, or back-to-school images of apples start popping up everywhere. Whatever it is, I welcome fall and its bounty of apples with open arms (and apple-picking baskets)! Apples make a nutritious and filling snack to crunch on, with theirRead more

The Veggie Table: Vegetarian Bagged Lunches

by in Back to School, The Veggie Table, September 4, 2010

Here are some of my favorite veg lunches to try if you’re looking for new meat-free bagged lunch options to bring to work, or to pack for your kids as a new school year is upon us. Don’t forget to include an ice pack or frozen beverage to keep your lunch cool.