Rotisserie Style Tempeh

Rotisserie Style Tempeh by Toni Fiore, from the VegEZ  podcast and soon to be released VegEZ e-cookbook. serves 2-4 In honor of The Great American Meatout today we’re posting a crowd favorite. Whether you’re new to using tempeh or, like me a tempeh addict, this is a delicious quick, versatile and economical recipe that anyone can …

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Favorite Summer Grilling Recipes.

Grilled Seitan

Summer in Maine is upon us, and we can’t get enough of it. So cooking outdoors is where it’s at. Here are Toni Fiore’s 5 top favorite July 4th recipes. Before we start, we wanted you all to know that we’ve cooked up a Vegan Mashup kickstarter campaign to move on to producing Season 2. …

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Tempeh Bites

Tempeh Bites

by Toni Fiore I think Tempeh is one of the most versatile foods around. Made from fermented soybeans tempeh is easily digested and extremely high in protein, fiber and vitamins. Tempeh absorbs marinades well, has a pleasant texture and warm nutty flavor. Texture is especially important for people new to soy foods. This recipe is …

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Can’t Beat Beets

Like Cilantro it seems that people either love beets or hate them! Tonight I made Beet Burgers (recipe courtesy of Didi Emmons and in my book “Totally Vegetarian”) for a couple of friends who swore they would never (ever) develop a liking for this sadly underused root vegetable. Even though I’m seeing beets making more …

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Curried Unchicken Salad

Savory and sweet are my favorite combination and this curried sandwich filling made with Quorn roast and sweet green grapes is a surefire crowd pleaser! This is just right served on lettuce boats or tucked into pita bread or a lovely wholegrain French baguette. For a Delicious twist, substitute your favorite fruit for the grapes. …

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Mock-meats

Mock-meat TVP or “mock-meats” are getting a lot of attention these days, and for good reason. With up to eighty percent less fat than lean animal meats, these products lend themselves remarkably well to many recipes that traditionally use beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, or pork. In fact, some of the most popular recipes on our …

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Vegetarian Kids

Vegetarian Kids I was reading a few prominent internet articles this week about nutrition and promoting healthy foods for kids. Over ninety percent of the recipes suggested in the articles contain dairy and cheese, swap out chicken for beef, and promote substituting turkey for just about everything except shampoo. America’s ongoing romantic relationship with meat …

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