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Alejandra Graf

Delicious & Nutritious! Vegetarian Kale and Potato Tacos

This is a much healthier version of tacos than the typical carnitas or carne asada tacos you will find on the street or any other Mexican restaurant. I’m a Mexican taco lover and can’t really live without them.

As much as I love tacos, I know they are not the healthiest option out there. They can leave us feeling heavy and gutted and depleted of natural energy. This is why I created the kale and potato tacos and it has become a staple in my house.


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Breakfast & Dessert: Raspberry and Peach Crumble Recipe

Don’t you just love a recipe that can pull double duty? Or the ones that make great leftovers? For me a great leftover recipe is a dish that you can transform into something else. Lets say roasted chicken, it would make amazing roasted chicken sandwiches. Or some refried black beans make delicious tostadas or tacos. Or any cooked grain, will make it to my salad the next day. This peach and raspberry crumble is the perfect recipe for a great healthy dessert and is also a great dish for breakfast.


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Plum Chia Bread

This delicious plum chia bread does wonders for our body and soul. Packed full of nutrients, it goes well with that afternoon cafe. 


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Vegetarian Lentil Loaf

You'll never make meatloaf again! This lentil loaf is made with plump lentils, aromatic fresh herbs, nuts for crunch, and is finished off with that comforting ketchup glaze. 


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Look, Ma: No Cheese! Vegan Pesto Recipe

This is a recipe for a classic pesto, with a twist. Fun fact, here in America, the term pesto refers to the recipe. In Italy, where pesto originated, the term refers to the method of pounding ingredients together in a mortar and pestle. The pounding of the ingredients transform them into a paste, that then is thinned with extra virgin olive oil to a sauce-like consistency.


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Fast & Portable: Stovetop Granola Recipe

Granola over the stove it is probably the easiest way to prepare it. You do not need a tray, parchment paper, or a silicon mat. The only thing you need is a generous sized skillet, your stove, and a spatula.

I love granola, I love how it tastes, how versatile it is, and how my house smells when I prepare it. You can make granola with a lot of grains and combinations of them and you can flavor it with nut butters or purees. So if you've shyed away from making granola, here's an easier version! 


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Kale and Potato Tacos

Whip up a delightful vegan dish, a meatless kale and potato taco with a quick and easy zesty tomato salsa. 


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Peach and Raspberry Crumble

This sweet and sour crumble is easy to throw together and is great for either breakfast or dessert! 


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Stovetop Granola

Looking for an easier way to make granola? Mix up this stovetop version  with flaked coconut, raisins, dried cherries, and pepitas. 


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Vegan Dreams: Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Dijon Croutons

When I was young, I wasn't a soup lover. I remember getting back from school super hungry and my mom always had dinner served. For me and my younger brothers it was always the same routine. Leave the back packs at our desk, empty our lunch boxes, put the lunch containers in the dishwasher, wash our hands, and sit down to have our super early dinner. (We always had dinner very early so we could eat together as a family.)


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