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Triple Layer Vegan Chocolate Cake Recipe Triple Layer Vegan Chocolate Cake Recipe
How to Make A Vegan Chocolate Cake With Chef Miyoko Shinner
13:07
By: juliamadison
Ginger Chickpea Miso Soup Recipe Ginger Chickpea Miso Soup Recipe
Go to Link to download and print this delicious, nutritious vegetarian health food recipe: Vegan Giner Chickpea Miso Soup.
4:05
By: larrycook123
How to make Vegan Bread Pudding How to make Vegan Bread Pudding
Learn how to make Vegan Bread Pudding.
3:47
By: EveryDayDish
How to make Vegan Dulce de Leche How to make Vegan Dulce de Leche
Learn how to make Vegan Dulce de Leche.
5:12
By: EveryDayDish
How to make Vegan Coffee Cake Crumble How to make Vegan Coffee Cake Crumble
Learn how to make Vegan Coffee Crumble.
7:52
By: EveryDayDish
How to make Vegan Kimchi How to make Vegan Kimchi
Learn how to make or prepare this healthy Asian food: the Kimchi.
7:45
By: EveryDayDish
How to make Vegan Tofu Scramble How to make Vegan Tofu Scramble
Learn how to make Vegan Tofu Scramble.
4:40
By: EveryDayDish
How to Make Raw Vegan Chocolate Truffles How to Make Raw Vegan Chocolate Truffles
On this episode of Conscious Living's studio show, we are visited by Thu Hoang, Founder of Joy Bliss Raw, who prepares an easy but decadent raw chocolate truffle.
4:50
By: ConsciousLivingTV
Moby's Improvised Vegan Chili Recipe Moby's Improvised Vegan Chili Recipe
World-renowned musician and DJ, Moby shares his improvised vegan chili recipe. Moby's plant based chili consists of tofu, corn, placenta, and seitan. Moby says this dish is one that vegetarians, vegans and carnivores all love.
10:15
By: Hallmark Channel
Gluten Free Samosa Gluten Free Samosa
We had the incredible pleasure of Kittee Berns visiting us here at EDTV and sharing her recipe for samosa's, made the gluten free vegan way of course!
15:35
By: EveryDayDish
How to Make Raw Chocolate Banana Pudding How to Make Raw Chocolate Banana Pudding
Chef Siegren Johnson shows how to make raw chocolate banana pudding.
2:54
By: GeoBeats
How to Make Vegetarian Black Bean Soup How to Make Vegetarian Black Bean Soup
Jo Ingleby, Vegetarian Cookery instructor, shows you how to make a spicy and tasty black bean soup in this easy to follow recipe. Serve with some corn tortillas for the true taste of Mexico!
3:52
By: Scoff
How to Make Vegetarian Dumplings How to Make Vegetarian Dumplings
Learn to make delicious, hearty vegetarian dumplings with Jo Ingleby, Vegetarian Cookery instructor. These dumplings are a perfect addition to any vegetarian or meat stew.
2:29
By: Scoff
How to Make Avocado Soup How to Make Avocado Soup
This guide shows you How To Prepare Avocado Soup.
2:01
By: Scoff
How to Make a Raw Food Soup How to Make a Raw Food Soup
This guide shows you How To Prepare A Raw Food Soup.
2:17
By: Scoff
How to Make Vegan Cream Cheese How to Make Vegan Cream Cheese
Chef Rebecca Kane shows you how to make a cream cheese suitable for vegans. This recipe uses nuts and seeds to create a dairy-free cream cheese, which tastes great with crackers or vegetables.
2:17
By: Scoff
How to Create a Vegan Holiday Dinner How to Create a Vegan Holiday Dinner
Chef Mark Shadle shares a Tofu Sage Cutlet recipe perfect for a vegan holiday dinner.
6:13
By: WTIC
Dairy And Gluten Free Brownie Recipe Dairy And Gluten Free Brownie Recipe
In this episode of Food For All Pippa Kendrick shows you how to make the ultimate gluten free brownies. These brownies are perfect with a stiff cup of coffee, or as a dessert with a dollop of creme fraiche.
5:22
By: Scoff
Feel Good Food: Refreshing Kale Recipe Feel Good Food: Refreshing Kale Recipe
A simple and delicious kale dish to clean out your system.
1:12
By: WGNO
Pan-Fried Tofu Recipe from Chef Judy Joo Pan-Fried Tofu Recipe from Chef Judy Joo
Chef Judy Joo shows you how to get a perfect golden crust on your tofu in this video for SHAPE magazine.
5:48
By: Shape (inactive)
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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