Author Archives: megankh0502

Hummus

I think that mom and I are both boycotting our ovens this month due to summer time temps.  Actually, mom is boycotting the oven because of the heat and I’m boycotting cooking because I have a new job that requires … Continue reading

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Using up the fruit

This week’s endeavor was inspired by all the wonderful fruit I’ve received in my CSA boxes the past couple of weeks.  I have no trouble clearing out recently purchased fruit, but I wanted to do something special with it this … Continue reading

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Tabouli aka “Tapoopi”

I grew up loving tabouli.  It’s probably an odd dish for children to like, but I was never very normal.  The first time I made tabouli by myself was in college.  It was also the first time my boyfriend (now … Continue reading

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Picnic Sandwiches & Green Bean Salad

I’ve been wanting to go on a picnic for a while now.  Spring has finally sprung (at least for this week)  and outside is the place to be.  So when I was flipping through Vegan Yum Yum to chose our … Continue reading

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Golden Chickpea and Artichoke Salad

Our recipe for this week comes from pages 121-122 of Lauren Ulm’s Vegan Yum Yum cookbook. I’ve found that most of the recipes we’ve made so far have been fairly easy to prepare, though occasionally time consuming.  Well this one … Continue reading

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Three Spice Potatoes

Today’s recipe was inspired by Lauren Ulm’s Three Spice Potatoes from the Vegan Yum Yum cookbook.  We mixed things up this week and made a side dish!  I was originally going to just heat up some frozen veggie burgers to … Continue reading

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Broccoli Almond Sweet-and-Sour Tofu

Mmm, mmm, good!  Mom picked the recipe for this week and it was a winner.  See the previous post for a list of ingredients.  I have 2 confessions though: (1)I couldn’t find an egg substitute at the grocery store.  My … Continue reading

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