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Tofu Ricotta Cheese

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Quick Pink Pickled Onions

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 49

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 40: just some Thai red curry, with coconut sticky rice. The Germans are coming this week, so lunches will be provided at no expense to me. That said, the work-provided lunches leave little room for creativity and even […]

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 48

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 39: tofu scram and home fries; ranch salad with Buffalo tempeh. I feel as if I’m getting tired repeating myself with the ‘This week I wanted something easy…’ mantra. Maybe my definition is different than others, but when […]

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 47

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 38: squash and black bean enchiladas; Mexican-Asian stir-fry mess. I’m still more than half-heartedly (three-quarter-heartedly?) working on penning posts. The first lunch enchiladas are one of them. They’re actually a really easy weeknight meal as well—the recipe is […]

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What Vegans East: 2013, Week 46

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 37: autumn gnocchi (did I mention how easy and lovely gnocchi are to cook?); fire-rosated lentil salad. Did I mention gnocchi? These fluffy, potato-ey mounds of deliciousness? I think that Thanksgiving is seriously missing something without a gnocchi […]

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What Vegans East: 2013, Week 45

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 36: Jamie Oliver’s proper bloke’s sausage fusilli; straightforward butternut squash soup. Better late than never. Last weekend, I tackled some recipes that have been languishing here in draft form, waiting for pictures (or waiting for me to put […]

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 44

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 35: red curry with butternut squash and chickpeas; lemon gnocchi with spinach and peas. Ryan’s in England. I’m doing a pretty decent job at feeding myself. I spent the (very, very relaxing) weekend (replete with competition and—more importantly—victory […]

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 43

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 34: vegan wonton soup; spinach and potato soup. So soup season’s officially on. If you can throw it in a pot and cover it with liquid, then you’re in. The spinach and potato soup is from my backlog…

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 42

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 33: roasted butternut squash soup; wheat berries and chard with pomegranate molasses. Why, hello. It’s October, isn’t it? Not only that, but it’s mid-October. My. A colleague asked me the other day what fabulous-smelling lentil dish I had a few […]

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 33, Part 1

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 32: Israeli salad; vegan pâté. Tomatoes are just about to be in season. The cherry ones are already gracing the farmer’s market stands. Tomatoes are probably my second favourite food season herald, if Brussels sprouts…

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What Vegans Eat: 2013, Week 32, Part 2

What do two sexy vegans cook for themselves for first and second lunch twice a week? Part 31: vegan chicken alfredo (!?); sweet corn polenta with eggplant sauce. Ryan did everything Sunday, so to-day it’s my turn to plan, shop, prep, cook, pack, and clean. I tried to go with in-season produce, and not to […]

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