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Lauren Hubele shares some of her favorite plant-based recipes from all over the web.

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Vegan Chocolate Tart

February 23, 2020

This is an amazingly simple, decadent dessert that no one will believe is vegan and gluten free! Crust 1 cup pitted Medjool dates, soaked in hot water for 10 minutes 1 ¾ cup hazelnuts or pecans  3-4 T raw cacao nibs 1 T coconut oil In the food processor, process nuts and cacao nibs until…

Super Seeded Chia Breakfast Pudding

February 14, 2020

While I continue to eat my cleansing meal of fruit first thing each morning, the cold of winter often brings a desire for something more. When I came across the recipe that inspired this substantial Seeded Chia Pudding, a new tradition was born! The fact it makes itself overnight makes it a win-win solution. Ingredients…

Drunken Noodles

January 24, 2020

When you see Meera Sodha’s name attached to any vegan recipe, you can be assured it is fresh, flavorful and interesting. I was especially interested to discover how the bitterness of the radicchio and tartness of the tamarind paste tasted in the end product. I can assure, you it was delightful. Meera’s version included tofu,…

Lauren’s Kitchen: Ana Jones’ California Miso Avocado Salad

Mar 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

It is definitely coming. We’ve moved our clocks forward, there is sunshine in the forecast and we are 11 days from the official start of SPRING! Let’s celebrate and bring on the salads, chock full of the season’s beautiful produce. This gorgeous Avocado Miso salad is just the right place to start. Bursting with broccoli, seasonal greens, and buttery ripe avocados it can be a meal all on its own or a delightful start to a cooked dish that follows. This…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Soup Not Salad

Feb 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

My plan today was to be posting a series of my favorite salad dressings that I make in batches but look at this weather! While I hope you are eating plenty of salad it’s still clearly soup season and thankfully Jessica Nadel, author of Greens 24/7, offers up this great way to get your daily greens. Fitting them into you or your family’s daily diet can require some imagination and wonderful recipes help. I gave this one a test drive…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Red Lentil Soup with Spinach

Feb 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

We are in that changeable weather season that calls out for having some fresh comfort food recipes on hand. One minute it’s glorious spring-like and then arrives a day or two of dreary cold (Austin-cold, mind you). Nothing beats the gray wet weather in my house like a steaming bowl of soup. Having a bag full of fresh baby spinach from my Friday Boggy Creek shopping trip and red lentils always in my pantry this was an easy decision. Red lentil…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Shredded Rainbow Salad

Feb 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you are done with baby greens and your salad plate needs something more to pique your interest, this is especially for you. Lucky for me, I happened upon this recipe while I was in Germany where cabbage is the national veggie. Jess Nadel’s Shredded Rainbow Salad was a hit with the family and it kept well for a second round at lunch which made everyone happy. If you enjoy this you may also want to check out Jess’ recent book, Greens 24/7. Printer-friendly version

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Citrus, Fennel & Avocado Salad

Feb 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

It may not be spring quite yet but you will sure feel it’s approach with this citrus-y salad from foodiecrush. Chock full of spring flavors, this blend of crunchy fennel, creamy avocados and juicy sliced citrus makes a great pack along lunch or the perfect first course. Look for locally grown fennel available now at Wheatsville, Boggy Creek Farms or your neighborhood farmer’s market. Printer-friendly version

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