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  • Nākd Chocolate Orange Cake Pops

    A quick and easy way to turn delicious Nākd bars into a decadent treat, perfect for gifts or Halloween!

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  • Jackfruit Ceviche

    Ceviche (pronounced "seh-VEE-chay") is a Latin American dish which traditionally consists of raw fish or shellfish marinated in citrus juice (usually lime and/or lemon juice). The acid in the citrus juice coagulates (denatures) the proteins in the seafood, effectively cooking it. Since no heat is used, the dish is served cold. There are many recipe variations combining the marinated fish/shellfish with a wide variety of other fresh ingredients such as onion, tomato, cilantro, chili peppers and avocado. My plant-based version relies upon cooked unripe green jackfruit as a replacement for the fish/shellfish, since it has a neutral flavor which takes on the flavor of the marinade and a flaky texture reminiscent of cooked crab. The dish is essentially a zesty, marinated plant-based salad which is served cold as a refreshing appetizer with crispy corn tortilla chips. This recipe yields enough ceviche for two to three guests; for more simply multiply the recipe.

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  • Golden Summer Zucchini Espresso Brownies

    I had just harvested some delicious golden summer zucchini and wanted to play around with some unusual uses. Sure I could toss them on the grill, into a stir or on a salad but I wanted something sweet. So I took a stab at making some brownies with them and here is the recipe! Vegan, gluten free and healthier than your traditional chocolate treat, it’s a great way to get non-veggie eaters to devour them!

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  • Grain Burgers

    Short grain brown rice is best for these delicious burgers. The rice is more glutinous, therefore sticks together well.

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  • Butternut Squash Pear Bisque

    This sweet soup is so delicious made with a combination of fresh organic vegetables, fresh pears and coconut milk. An absolute treat!

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  • Bitter Greens & Dulse Salad with Apple-Miso Dressing

    Purple-red organic dulse with its soft texture and naturally rich savoury umami flavour is the most popular Atlantic sea vegetable. Many people enjoy chewing dried dulse as it is a very salty snack. Dried dulse snipped with scissors into tiny pieces becomes a salty condiment which may be used to season an array of dishes. Dulse adds a unique flavour accent which perfectly complements potatoes, vegetables, rice, and casseroles. Add to salads, soups, vegetable and pasta dishes, sweet baked potato and stir fries. The possibilities are endless.

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  • Vegetable Lasagne

    I was craving lasagne for lunch, but was unable to find any lasagne sheets without egg... So I improvised and used aubergine and courgette instead. I honestly think this is better than the traditional version!
    As an added bonus, it's naturally gluten free.

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  • Dhal with Caraway Aubergine

    Gluten free, soy free, nut free, yeast free. Rich, thick and creamy this mellow spiced dhal is a delicious accompaniment to curries. Serve with Onion Bhajis a bowl of basmati rice, a few poppadoms and some freshly sliced tomatoes. The caraway roasted aubergine add extra bite and a fragrant finish.

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  • Vegan 'Rolo' Chocolates

    Hold onto your socks, guys and gals, because these ooey, gooey, delicious caramel chocolate cups are going to knock 'em off! These sweet treats are a sure fire way to satisfy your sweet tooth and make you wonder why you ever bothered with the non-vegan ones!

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  • Chilli Cornbread

    If you're in the mood to try something different, then this chilli cornbread will satisfy your cravings! The first bite is a delicious mix of smoky flavour with a slightly sweet hint of corn, and after a few seconds, the delicious spiciness comes to greet you.

    On a chilli heat scale of 1-5, these chipotle's are a 4 as they're both smoky and hot. They’re also packed full of health benefits including vitamins and minerals, they aid digestion, fight sinus congestion, can help relieve migraines and joint pain, and may even boost your metabolism. Just a few great reasons to use and enjoy them in your cooking!

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  • Spicy Roasted Chickpeas With Rosemary And Sumac

    These roasted chickpeas are great on their own as a healthy savoury snack, or sprinkled on to your dinner to add a little crunch and texture.

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  • Sundried Tomato Tapenade

    This really is an exciting way to use olives to make a scrumptious pâté.

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