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The Buffalo Tempeh Ranch Wrap
8 months ago

The Buffalo Tempeh Ranch Wrap

By  •  Main Dish

One of my favorite flavor combos in the whole world is buffalo + ranch, but this is surprisingly my first attempt at putting those two flavors together in one of my own recipes. I couldn’t be happier with it. The spicy buffalo-coated tempeh strips and the shredded greens coated with cool cashew-based ranch is incredible. Throw in some avocado for good measure and wrap it all in a tortilla for …
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Buddha Bowl with Tasty Chickpeas and Red Pepper Chimichurri
9 months ago

Buddha Bowl with Tasty Chickpeas and Red Pepper Chimichurri

By  •  Main Dish

I’m not sure what a Buddha Bowl even is anymore. Back when I posted my original buddha bowl recipe a few years ago, my understanding was that it meant a bowl of finely-chopped vegetables tossed with a grain like rice or quinoa. But now, if you do a search for buddha bowl, it seems to be used for any vegetarian recipe served in a bowl. Hmm. However, I’m still holding …
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One-Dish Quick Quinoa Queso Skillet with Chipotles
2 years ago

One-Dish Quick Quinoa Queso Skillet with Chipotles

By  •  Main Dish

In my opinion, quinoa is the perfect food: complete protein, complex carbs, fiber, vitamins and minerals. It’s no wonder that the Inca warriors ate quinoa before going into battle, and NASA is considering it as a primary crop for long-term space travel. As many quinoa recipes as I’ve posted over the years, this Quick Quinoa Queso Skillet is my new favorite – the flavors are INSANE. You’ve got the smokiness …
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Butternut Squash with Cranberry Quinoa Stuffing
2 years ago

Butternut Squash with Cranberry Quinoa Stuffing

By  •  Main Dish

Quinoa stuffing has been a staple at my Thanksgivings for quite some time and I make it differently each year. This one is my new favorite. It has every great flavor of Thanksgiving tossed together in one dish: the classic stuffing components of celery and onion, the fresh sage and earthy cumin, plenty of cranberries, chopped parsley, and pine nuts. Now, stuffing implies that it will be stuffed into something, …
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Crunchy Chocolate-Dipped Quinoa-Coated Bananas!
2 years ago

Crunchy Chocolate-Dipped Quinoa-Coated Bananas!

By  •  Dessert

Banana and quinoa is one of my favorite flavor combinations. I’ve used it in multiple recipes in the past, but this one is definitely the most fun. The idea is to coat bananas in a homemade chocolate sauce, roll them around in some quinoa, bake until the quinoa is crispy, and top the whole thing with mint. It’s a simple, unprocessed dessert unlike anything you’ve made before; and you can …
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How to Eat Like a Forager
2 years ago

How to Eat Like a Forager

By  •  Main Dish

One of my favorite books of this year was Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind. Early in the book, the author discusses our ancestors, the hunter-gatherer tribes from 50,000 – 10,000 years ago. We tend to think of these early humans as simpleminded prehistoric cavemen. But Sapiens explains how they were almost certainly the happiness, healthiest, fittest, and most skilled human beings in the history of our species. The interesting …
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Peachy Quinoa & Arugula Salad
2 years ago

Peachy Quinoa & Arugula Salad

I don’t know if peaches + arugula + balsamic is an actual thing, but it really should be. I stumbled upon this flavor combo about a month ago and I’ve been experimenting with it ever since. Something magical happens when you combine the sweetness of the peaches with the acidity of the vinegar and the bitterness of the arugula. In my experiments with these flavors, this salad is the best …
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Quinoa & Tempeh Jambalaya
2 years ago

Quinoa & Tempeh Jambalaya

By  •  Main Dish

Today I’d like to share one of my favorite recipes from inside the One Ingredient Transformation Course – a crazy-delicious plant-based jambalaya made with quinoa and tempeh. Jambalaya, of course, is the classic Southern stew with shrimp and sausage and chicken and rice. Well, this is a jambalaya with exactly none of those things. And yet it’s still totally Jambalaya. This version is made with all the classic veggies, tempeh …
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