Common Questions About Plant-Based Eating

Thinking of trying a vegan diet but still not sure it's for you? Let’s review some common questions about plant-based eating.

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Gemelli with Pesto di Noci and Crispy Lemon Tofu

This pasta sauce breaks from tradition and instead uses walnuts and cilantro to create pesto di noci, or walnut sauce, to make this Gemelli Pasta with Pesto di Noci and Crispy Lemon Tofu.

Mini White Bean Burgers

There are lots of great options for making plant-based burgers. Check out some great options, including these Mini White Bean Burgers.

Korean Tofu Bowl

A good rice bowl is a plant based staple that can be flavored in almost unlimited ways. This Korean Tofu Bowl starts with a based of brown rice and is topped with roasted broccoli, crispy sugar snap peas, tangy gochujang barbecue sauce sautéed tofu, and sour, fermented kimchi.

Vegan Sushi Bowl

Japanese food is based on the staple ingredient of rice, and most dishes are build from this base. Traditional Japanese food shunned meat because of the influence of Buddhism, so this Vegan Sushi Bowl is not only uses the classic flavors or salt, umami, soy, and vinegar, but super flavorful.

Crispy Tofu, Broccoli and Green Beans over Midnight Grains with Sesame-Miso Dressing

Instead of the same boring cubed tofu that you are used to, this recipe tears the tofu into shards and roasts them until golden browned and the pointed ends get very crispy in parts. Serve the crispy tofu atop black midnight grains, alongside lemony roasted vegetables and a tangy sesame-miso dressing.
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