Creamy Pesto Pasta Salad with Soy Curls and Roasted Tomatoes

This vegan creamy pesto pasta salad with soy curls and handfuls of roasted cherry tomatoes is perfect for summer. It’s herbaceous, filling without being heavy, travels well and is great at room temperature for picnics or camping. Thanks to the almighty soy curls, it’s full of protein and fiber and works great as a side…

Soy Curl Gyros with Vegan Tzatziki

I’ve had a lot of gyros in my life, back before I was vegan and pretty much every vegan version imaginable since, and these soy curl gyros are the absolute best there is. They’re perfect, truly truly perfect. And while they taste every bit as good (and then some) as the traditional gyros you know…

Tofu Ricotta Stuffed Shells

  These tofu ricotta stuffed shells are incredible! The preparation couldn’t be simpler, the ingredients are all easy to source and it makes a ton of food that reheats perfectly (maybe even better the second time around!). It doesn’t get much better than that, does it? I’ve been meaning to post this recipe for over…

Sweet Potato Wraps

Burton and I have eaten these sweet potato wraps everyday for lunch for the past 3 summers. They’re what we bring on hikes or road trips and I’ve often cut them into smaller slivers to serve on a platter during movie nights like pictured below. These are absolutely a labor of love, involving the stove,…

Lentil Enchiladas

These are my favorite plant based enchiladas I’ve ever had, they’re the only ones I fuck with, and I’ve tried tons of variations. I think where most people mess up when making vegan Mexican food, and I’ve done it too, is having way too many components. With the standard enchiladas, the fillings are all pretty…

Buffalo Tofu Salad

This is one well balanced salad! For every creamy component, there’s a light one, where there’s heat, there’s the chipotle ranch dressing to provide cooling relief and for every smoothie bite there’s some crunch. It’s uncomplicated yet totally crave-worthy and something I’m always in the mood for. The chipotle ranch dressing is fast to whip…

Tofu Scramble

Tofu has more protein than eggs, no cholesterol, takes half the amount of water to produce and soy beans are one of the most sustainable and productive crops there are which, like all legumes, also happen to fertilize the soil around them. The list of the great qualities of a tofu scramble is a long…

Buffalo Cauliflower (gluten and oil free!)

This recipe has taken over my life! My dinners have been built around this buffalo cauliflower most nights of the week the last few months and, after the first time I made it, I could think of little else food-wise. Yeah I’m obsessed but it’s very deserved. A serving of it is slightly over 300…

Mushroom Barbacoa Burritos

If you follow me on insta, you know I’m completely obsessed with cassava flour tortillas. They’re a far better texture and stretch for burritos than standard wheat flour tortillas and are also nutty, slightly sweet and bitter and super beneficial to gut health. Getting them burrito sized takes a lot of skill and a little…

Instant Pot Jackfruit and Barley Stew

This jackfruit and barley stew is super familiar despite being made with some less common ingredients. I season and roast the jackfruit before adding it to the rest of the stew, allowing it to slightly caramelize and soak up the flavors of the broth better. It has over half the daily recommended amount of fiber…

Freshly Ground Savory Oatmeal (oil free!)

This recipe and I go way back; a bowl of savory, freshly ground whole oat groats has been my favorite snack for years. It takes only 3 minutes to make, is cheap and comforting as hell , full of fiber (aka fuel for your gut bacteria) and oats are also one of the most sustainable…