Happy Herbivore Blog

Jan/Feb Issue of Vegetarian Times

The January issue of Vegetarian Times has arrived in stores and features four amazing vegan New Years brunch recipes by me: Fresh Winter Fruit Salad, Tofu Scramble Brunch Ring, Smokey Breakfast Sausage Links & “Eggnog” Parfaits. I hope you pick up a copy and try out some of my recipes this holiday season. You can find Vegetarian Times at Barnes & Nobles, Borders and Whole Foods Market. You might also find copies at newsstands, coops, health food stores and vegan ...

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vegan she crab soup

Or more accurately, The-She-Crab-Lives Soup because no crustaceans were harmed in the making of this soup! As you may know, I went to college in Charleston, South Carolina and my favorite Charleston dish was She Crab Soup. No question, hands down, I loved it the most. Needless to say, I've wanted to veganize She Crab Soup for a while now but couldn't figure out what to do about the crab. I kept waiting for some great imitation to ...

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vegan polenta pizza

 I need more polenta in my life. I took the night off from creating recipes for my cookbook and made this wonderful polenta pizza. It's easy to make and very healthy. It's delicate, so you'll need to eat it with a fork but a great way to clean out the fridge!

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If you don't have Pudge-Free Holidays, now is the time to get it (& your last chance!) Here is my sample Thanksgiving menu -- with a few teaser recipes! Want more recipes? Subscribe to the newsletter. I always give away secret recipes during the Holidays.

Acorn Squash & Apple Soup

Acorn Squash & Apple Soup (also in Pudge-Free Holidays)

Vegan Stuffing

Cornbread & Vegan Stuffing (in Pudge-Free Holidays)

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Maple-Glazed Vegetables (also in Pudge-Free Holidays)

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce (which I use to smother baked tofu)

fat-free pumpkin pie vegan

Fat-Free Pumpkin Pie (in ...

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This is one of my favorite and oldest recipes. I created it three cities ago (that's how I keep track of time, based on where we were living) and I still love it as much today as I did back then. I'd wadger to say this was my first time using tofu as a sauce and now I'm always using tofu as a sauce. Funny how one dish can totally change your opinion about an ingredient, right ...

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