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Vegan Pantry Tomato Soup & Grilled Cheese

This vegan tomato soup and grilled cheese comes straight from the pantry, with a little help from the fridge. The bread is my classic white sandwich bread, since I made a fresh loaf yesterday. The soup is homemade and very ...

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Spicy Cabbage Chickpea Soup

I thought I’d share one of the Power Plates recipes that most spells “comfort” to me. This spicy, lemony cabbage chickpea soup is the closest thing I’ve created in adulthood that evokes the chicken soup I remember from childhood, which ...

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Oh-So-Simple Tomato Bread Soup

Besides the magic of tomato season and the fact of the soup having only six ingredients (olive oil, onion, garlic, tomatoes, salt, and bread—I’m not counting the water!), what makes the dish so special are the cubes of day-old or ...

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Creamy Roasted Garlic & Chickpea Soup

The soup begins with two whole heads of roasted garlic. It sounds like a ton, but the reason I’ve called for it is because the first time I made the soup, I only used one head of garlic. I liked ...

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Creamy Vegan Tuscan White Bean Kale Soup

There’s no shortage of ways to add creamy texture to vegan soups. You can use whole cashews, cashew cream, a non-dairy milk, or even nut butter—any will create richness. Not all of them, though, add nutritional benefits. Silken tofu is ...

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Kim-Julie Hansen’s Corn & Tomato Soup

The book is a 28-day roadmap for exploring veganism, and while I’m usually a little resistant to any nutrition or plant-based guide that’s presented with time limits, this one has defied my expectations. The guidance here is anything but short-term, ...

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Creamy Cauliflower Turmeric Kale Soup

When I threw this soup together I had actually been planning on making, or tweaking, this recipe, but as I went along the meal took on a life of its own. I wanted to add turmeric for color and to ...

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Anya Kassoff’s Vegan Borscht

There’s a story at the start of Anya Kassoff’s beautiful new cookbook, Simply Vibrant. The main character is Anya’s grandfather, Aleksei Gerasimovich Golub, a shoemaker who was born in the North Caucasus before the Russian Revolution of 1917. One of ...

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