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Ginger Miso Tofu Noodle Bowl (v, gf) - The Japanese have known the health benefits of miso and scallions and have used miso soup to cure the common cold since ancient times, kind of like a vegetarian version of homemade chicken soup. We have all had miso soup in Japanese restaurants, that savory broth with tiny cubes of tofu and thinly sliced scallions  floating on […]
Meatless Monday – Sesame Orange Tofu - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
NEW YEAR, NEW YOU… START YOUR YEAR OFF RIGHT LIGHT!  I’m not talking about making major New Year’s Resolutions, just one small step to a healthier you (and planet Earth too).  How about joining the thousands of people in 36 countries around the world in the Global Meatless Monday Movement? It’s…
Homemade Champagne Vinegar & Vinaigrette - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
We had some leftover champagne from New Year’s Eve… Don’t judge. Since it sat out all night, I figured the expensive champagne was flat and undrinkable. I almost poured it down the drain but that seemed like such a waste of a nice wine, so I decided to try making vinegar.…
12 Vegetarian and Vegan Soups - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
? Thanksgiving is over but Soup Season has just begun. Brrr… Soup is the ultimate comfort food for cold, rainy or snowy days.  It’s hot, steamy goodness warms you up from the inside out. Click through for a collection of 16 of my favorite soups. Mmm, so good!  All soups are vegetarian or vegan (or…
Harvest Vegetable Tart - A tart is really just a fancy casserole and this beauty takes advantage of the exquisite red/orange palate of fall by using colorful root vegetables cut into small leaf shapes using cookie cutters to create an Autumn motif. It happens to be savory and delicious too! It would look great on your Thanksgiving table… The […]
Portobello Mushroom Wellington - Thanksgiving is only a week away! This vegan Portobello Wellington is pretty enough to serve as a main course for Thanksgiving or Christmas. It features layers of rich beluga lentils, whole portobello muchrooms and sauteed garlic spinach. I created this dish a couple of years ago while looking for a non-turkey main course for Thanksgiving. The dish was a huge success, pretty AND delicious. This year I will be making Mushroom Wellington again but with a gluten free crust. Just add mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce and you're good to go! 🙂
Meatless Monday – Butternut Squash Barley Risotto - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
 Risotto is so rich and creamy that it seems fancy and somewhat decadent.  Well this version is no different, even though it is made without meat or dairy and I used barley instead of the traditional Arborio rice which adds flavor and interest. If you are intimidated by making risotto at…
Easy No Peel Applesauce - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
? It’s that time of year!  It’s Apple Harvest and time to share my recipe for the easiest applesauce recipe ever, perfect for even the laziest of cooks.  This is my most googled recipe with over 7000 hits since its original posting in 2015, most of them in September and October. …
Meatless Monday – Mediterranean Orzo - Originally posted on goodmotherdiet:
Toss together cooked orzo, sun dried tomatoes, kalamata olives, crumbled feta and fresh herbs with a lemon dressing for a quick, fuss free meal.  I just love a dish that doesn’t need to be babied or involve a lot of prep, no oven and can be ready in 20 minutes, plus…
Best Pasta with No Cook Tomato Sauce - What could be easier than tossing warm pasta with fresh tomatoes, basil and olive oil?  This is a delicious NO COOK sauce that I have been making for ten years or so.  It is really delicious!  

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    • Thank you for your post. I just made it again tonight because my guys ate so much there was enough leftover. Anyway, I noticed that I left that off and updated the directions. I’m definitely a home cook and not a professional. Add the soy sauce when you add the broth.

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