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Lentil Vegetable Soup | The Gluten Free Vegan

Vegetable Lentil Soup

If I had to choose a favorite legume I think it’s safe to say I’d go with the lentil. Any kind of lentil will do, though I tend to favor the humble green/brown lentil. They add a boost of protein and fibre to any recipe and cook up in less time than other dried beans. […]

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Zesty Broccoli, Lentils & Quinoa | The Gluten Free Vegan

Zesty Broccoli, Lentils & Quinoa

I originally thought I’d write this up as a side dish or a warm salad recipe. Except when I made it, I realized it was really an awesome main course too. So you get to choose what you want to serve this as. In this recipe I used a salad dressing called Tessemae’s All Natural […]

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Thai Red Curry Lentils

Thai Red Curry Lentils

It’s cheap and easy y’all! That’s it. Thai Red Curry Lentils Prep time 5 mins Cook time 30 mins Total time 35 mins   Using ingredients from your pantry and any vegetables you want to use up in the fridge, this is an inexpensive and quick meal – perfect for a busy weeknight. Author: Megan […]

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red lentils with cashews and kale

Red Lentils with Cashews & Kale

I think out of all the legumes I love lentils the most. Lately anyway. I make this Spinach & Lentil Soup very often … by the vat, sometimes and eat it all week long. I did that last week, in fact. I throw a can of lentils into salads all the time for a good protein […]

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Lentil & Walnut Veggie Loaf

Lentil & Walnut Mini “Meat” Loaves

Okay, I have to know. Does this actually sound tasty to anyone? It sounds sort of like something my mother would have had to force me to eat when I was a kid. And yes, my mother definitely did serve us food that was not super kid-friendly. Remember the turnip cake? I’m not saying that […]

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soaked beans

The Vegetarian Chili Cliché

I’ve neglected my slow cooker for a long time now. At least a year I’d say. I’m not entirely sure why. It’s a great time-saver for busy days. Slow-cooked foods are usually extra-flavorful. Well I’m digging out the slow cooker and dusting it off to make one of the old stand-bys of slow cookery – […]

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