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1. Chickpea Omelet
Source: Chickpea Omelette
When I was transitioning to a plant-based diet, dairy alternatives came easy to me, but I had no idea how to recreate my favorite egg dishes. Then a genius figured out that chickpea flour – a staple in many South Asian cuisines – would work. Chickpea flour offers filling protein and plenty of minerals to make it a truly nutritious substitute. This Chickpea Omelet from Desiree Nielsen is one of my favorite breakfasts and it turns into a terrific dinner too. Once you’ve mastered it, you can stuff this omelette with any of your favorite toppings, from spinach and tofu feta to roasted red peppers and onions.
2. Corn and Lemon Cookies (Paste di meliga)
Source: Lemon Corn Cookies (Paste di meliga)
Meliga pasta is a traditional cookie from Piedmont. Meliga, in fact, is an ancient corn flour from the region, which in dialect is called melia, or meira, from which these cookies take their name. The ingredients for these Alice Carbone Tench Lemon Corn Cookies (Paste di meliga) are simple: corn flour, butter, sugar, vanilla and lemon zest. This version, a little softer and without butter, is a little lighter. Due to the addition of lemon juice, it is more tart and lemony.
3. Pinto Bean and Green Vegetable Quesadilla
Source: Pinto Bean and Greens Quesadilla
A Planted and Picked Pinto Bean and Greens Quesadilla is sure to be a family favorite. Lots of whole, plant-based foods in one package! They can also be made ahead and refrigerated for a quick weeknight meal.
4. Greek jackfruit kebab
Source: Greek Jackfruit Kebab
This Greek Jackfruit Kebab from Andri Neocleous is the perfect option for a healthy and comforting dinner. The jackfruit is super succulent and the mushrooms provide an extra umami flavor. Served with a Greek salad and a vegan tzatziki.
5. Avocado Mayo Stuffed Yams
Source: Avocado Mayo Stuffed Yams
These Avocado Mayo Stuffed Yams by Lena Novak are Japanese sweet potatoes and go great with edamame and red onion! Avocado Mayo Dressing can also be used for other meals, such as salads, roast potatoes, and regular baked potatoes.
6. Agave Daisy
Source: Agave Daisy
This Wes Allison Agave Margarita is packed with antioxidants to support an oxygen-rich liver. Exercise your right to shine! Agave is great for giving you the energy you’ll need to get through the night. . . or day. There is no judgment on the Taco Cleanse!
7. Margarita Smoothie
Source: Margarita Smoothie
This Margarita smoothie is loaded with pineapple, coconut yogurt, dates, spinach, coconut water, and lots of lime! This pineapple-spinach smoothie is banana-free. So if bananas aren’t your thing, this Robin Browne Smoothie Margarita just might be.
8. Crispy Black Bean Tacos
Source: Crispy Black Bean Tacos
Crispy corn tortillas surround a soft, perfectly seasoned black bean filling. These crispy black bean tacos from Mitch and Justine Chapman are super easy to make and even better with a drizzle of avocado cream sauce.
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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergic, gut health, and After! Unfortunately, the consumption of dairy products has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, Hormonal imbalance, cancer, Prostate cancer, and has a lot Side effects.
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