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Vegan Vietnamese Spring Rolls with Fresh Mint and Tempeh

I remember I became addicted to these when I travelled in Vietnam some seven years ago- and have noticed they have become increasingly popular  in Australia since then.   These Vietnamese spring rolls always look impressive, however they are super easy … Continue reading

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Teriyaki Tempeh with Brown Sushi Rice

  This dish was originally made by Yuko, a Japanese student we had stay with us on exchange several years ago. It was traditionally made with chicken, but since we are going cruelty-free,  tempeh (What is this? ) makes a … Continue reading

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Armenian Lentil-Apricot Stew

This recipe is adapted from a fantastic book which I can’t recommend enough: ‘Big Vegan- More Than 350 Recipes: No Meat/ No Dairy, All Delicious’ by Robin Asbell. It’s a great resource for anyone who is wanting to start experimenting … Continue reading

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Crunchy Quinoa Salad with Peas and Fresh Mint

Continuing with the ‘Quinoa as a Fashion Statement’ theme, I’ve added another one of my favourites – ‘Crunchy Quinoa Salad with Peas and Fresh Mint’ for you. This recipe is Mintox (Sorry, I couldn’t resist!) and has become one of my … Continue reading

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Moroccan Quinoa Salad with Roasted Sweet Potato

It seems like as soon as you add quinoa to recipes- they suddenly become incredibly fashionable! It’s not hard to see why though, it’s easy to prepare and is full of protein- making it a great substitute for rice. This particular … Continue reading

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