A local favorite made with a little extra richness and spice.
Have you ever opened your refrigerator and realized that those green onions you meant to use are still in there looking sad and forgotten? Or how about the plate of sautéed spinach and garlic you forgot to take to lunch? Rescue your leftovers from the trash with this simple stir fry. Add in a simple but intense sauce made from pantry staples and you've got a treasure on your hands.
This dish is excellent served with rice or just by itself. It’s hearty and delicious and perfect for a dinner party.
This delicious and filling stew is a good source of fiber that’ll keep your digestive system clean and clear.
Enjoy this colorful raw foods twist on a Filipino dish.
Juicing can be pricey so make the most of your money by using your leftover pulp and grains/beans to make patties for easy meals throughout the week.
Making homemade seitan is easy peasy. Dress it up to make a vegetarian version of local favorite, Mock Korean Chicken! For an even healthier version, bake floured mock chicken for 45 minutes at 375°. Turn mock chicken halfway through the process. They should be crispy and golden!
This rich and delicious pie is also quite filling. Each savory layer is packed with flavor and sure to please.
Tempeh is a fermented bean product that is delicious and hearty. Try this simple marinade to make your tempeh extra flavorful.
A variety of creamy roasted vegetables pairs great with the unique gluten-free black bean noodles.