Let's be honest. Vegetables are under appreciated.
They have been over-cooked, under-seasoned and pushed to the side of the dinner plate for years. Anyone can figure out how to grill a cheeseburger or a scramble an egg. But preparing vegetables? That is seasonal. That is inspirational. That is an art. Plus, it's good for you and the planet!
Fruits and vegetables are the original fast food. You can make a entire meal for your family in under 30 minutes or slow roast beets in the oven for 6 hours. And I promise you, it is all delicious.
Vegetables offer texture, color, flavor and complexity that can't be matched by any meat-based protein. You can make vegetables the star of the plate. You can make a complete meal with just grains, legumes and vegetables. And I’m here to share this passion with you. that’s why I created this website for you. I’m here to help you become inspired by vegetables. To begin your very own vegetable revolution.
To eat. More. Veg.
Hello! Chef Ali Metzger here, welcoming you to Eat Vegan Food. A website filled with colorful and easy recipes to get you in the kitchen cooking healthy, delicious meals for you and your family.
Are you a new vegan?
We are SO glad you are here. There is a lot to learn and oh-so-many delicious foods you are soon to eat. Let's start with something simple, swapping out cow dairy for this easy nut milk that will forever be a staple in your kitchen. Along with this basic cashew cheese that you can top on crackers, stuff in pasta, or spread on toast. Mornings can still be indulged with delicious fluffy pancakes with our oatmeal, banana, pecan pancakes-- sure to be a crowd pleaser! Our macaroni pasta salad is better than the original, we promise. Or maybe you are looking for something a little more familiar and comforting. Try the eat mor (vegan) chikin recipe with wedge potatoes.
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It is hot outside, cool down with these easy recipes!
This time of the year offers some of the best produce around, however, we don't always want to spend hours in the kitchen cooking, let alone heat up the oven, warming up the entire house. In the morning, fresh, raw fruit, smoothies and green juices (or check out my favorite juice recipe) are always a must in our house hold during the summer months. When I need something a little more filling, I make an overnight batch of raw oatmeal. For lunch try this tempeh lettuce wrap salad mix seasoned with cilantro, green onions with added sliced almonds for some crunch that can be eaten in lettuce cups or smashed in-between two pieces of bread for the ultimate protein-packed sandwich. For dinner, try a twist on gazpacho with the watermelon gazpacho recipe or cream corn soup with dill.