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Judith Kingsbury
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My sentiments exactly. Well done! My only quibble: I felt that using vast amounts of white in the video was unfortunate as it made them look rather anemic - which I'm sure they're not! 
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Quinoa Tofu & Veggies: Quinoa, fried tofu, olives, cashews, with carrots, celery, zucchini, herbs & spices - a tasty main dish casserole. Serves 4, but so delicious that the hubster & I have been known to eat it all between us and call it lunch. If you don't have all the ingredients, just omit and substitute! This one definitely needed a new picture! http://bit.ly/1Qmzc4l #veganquinoarecipe   #tofurecipe   #quinoatofuveggies  
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Thanks for sharing +Hervé Cardoso and +Alicia Cervantez- Mosholder :-)
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White Beans & Greens: Simple, easy, delicious Italian recipe from The Natural Vegan Kitchen by +Christine Waltermyer, with cannellini beans & kale. Sauteed onion and garlic make it SUPER delish. It has a new picture which is a big improvement but still can't really convey how very tasty it is. We ate it over brown rice with a dollop of vegan yogurt. Yum! http://bit.ly/hrq68H #whitebeansandgreens   #Italianbeanrecipe   #kalerecipe  
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Your welcome, it looks like something I will enjoy
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Beans, Greens, Tofu, Quinoa - 4 Essential Recipes from Our Top 50, With New Pics. I had the best time this week, re-visiting these old faves, giving them a few tweaks to make them even easier and more delicious.Two are from vegan cookbooks by amazing veggie cookbook authors. And they have new photos, worthy of their excellence! Plus did I mention they're delicious? #savvyvegetariannewsletter   #veganrecipes  
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Good article on magnesium - a must read!
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body. But few people fully appreciate this miraculous mineral. Here are just seven good reasons to get more magnesium today.
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What Was I Thinking Dept: It's Memorial Day Weekend, so I've pushed ahead the entry deadline for the Plant Powered Families Giveaway to 5.27 at 11:59 p.m. You still have a chance to enter once you're back in gear. Hope you've had a wonderful weekend!  http://www.savvyvegetarian.com/blog/food/plant-powered-families-cookbook-giveaway #cookbookgiveaway  #plantpoweredfamlies
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Something yummy to do with those rock hard mangos you brought home from the grocery store.
 
aam ka murabba recipe - sweet, tangy preserve made from raw unripe green mangoes.

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aam ka murabba recipe with step by step photos. tangy, sweet and aromatic raw mango jam or preserve. aam ka murabba is a preserve made from tart sour mangoes.
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Quinoa Black Bean Salad: Everybody's perennial favorite. Soon as the weather gets hot, we practically live on this salad - it keeps very well in the fridge and just keeps tasting better and better! I thought the old picture was OK, but daughter +Charlotte Richmond aka my virtual assistant aka my boss - disagreed. So here ya go Char! http://bit.ly/qtj7g
#quinoablackbeansalad   #quinoarecipe   #vegansaladrecipe  
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Yes, please. I'd have this every day. 
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Chinese Cabbage Tofu Soup: One of our faves from the classic Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons cookbook by +Nava Atlas. Quick, easy, vegan, delicious, and now with a new photo worthy of its excellence. Love it with Asian noodles! http://bit.ly/1Fk6xqB #chinesesouprecipe   #chinesecabbage   #tofurecipe  
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Recipe of the Week: Kale-Slaw - another winner from +Dreena Burton, this time from her Let Them Eat Vegan cookbook. This easy healthy slaw recipe is made with kale because Dreena doesn't care much for cabbage. Lucky for us that she feels that way, because this salad is fantastic! http://bit.ly/NKppcr #vegankalerecipe   #kalecoleslaw   #kalesalad  
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Looks so inviting!
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Red Lentil Hummus: Extremely tasty recipe from Plant Powered Families Cookbook by +Dreena Burton. My chickpea hater husband (still a kid) LOVES this recipe - up until now he wouldn't eat hummus - and I'm a hummus addict. Bonus Points! Thanks Dreena :-) http://bit.ly/1J3uVlM #redlentilhummus   #plantpoweredfamiliescookboo   #veganhummusrecipe  
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LOL, good idea! You could also use Cannellini beans instead of chickpeas.
How could anyone not like chickpeas.....;)
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Plant-Powered Families Cookbook: To parents going vegan with the kids, having a nervous breakdown about what to feed them, worried that they'll develop malnutrition - and the kids hate vegetables anyway, I say: "Take a deep breath and read Plant-Powered Families by Dreena Burton. She's got three beautiful happy healthy children that she's raising vegan." http://bit.ly/1FAmzzU #dreenaburton   #plantpoweredfamilies   #vegancookbooks  
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Might take a look! My baby is still months from solid food, but I want to plan ahead!
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Long time vegetarian, now vegan, helping the world go veg at savvyvegetarian.com. Loves meditation, yoga, cooking, gardening, reading (everything), music (everything), art (everything), dance (everything), walking, talking, breathing (everything). 
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Of course I survived high school! And the '60s. Otherwise I wouldn't be here. I've also survived drugs, alcohol, extreme macrobiotics, 1 failed marriage, 1 ongoing marriage, 3 children, emigrating from Canada to the U.S., getting an MFA, 2 life-threatening illnesses. I'm an artist, writer, cook, mother of 3 extraordinary women, grandmother of 7, and in love with LIFE!
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  • savvyvegetarian.com
    owner, writer, editor, publisher, 2003 - present
    Judith Kingsbury went vegan in 2009, so now Savvy Vegetarian is vegan. But all are welcome and we don't preach. Savvy Vegetarian supports vegans, vegetarians, semi-veg or anyone moving toward a plant based diet. For that purpose, we (mostly me) write articles, blog, develop recipes, give advice, send out newsletters, hang out on social media, and fret over our stats on a daily basis.
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Everyybody's is my local natural food store, and it makes me really really glad I live in Fairfield IA. I've travelled around the country quite a bit in the last years, and have to say it's the best natural food store I've been in. And that certainly includes Whole Foods. The bulk section is the best! And the staff is knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. They really know the whole foods market. Even though I might be able to get some things cheaper at my local supermarket, they don't know the market and the shopping experience is hit or miss. I can find everything I need at Everybody's, don't have to go to 2 stores and the experience is SO much better! AND they're online!
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