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Funghi trifolati ("Truffled" mushrooms)

Funghi trifolati ("Truffled" mushrooms) by Frank Fariello

This is one of the easiest and most versatile vegetable dishes in the Italian repertoire: funghi trifolati, or 'truffled' mushooms, so called because the thinly sliced and sautéed mushrooms are said to resemble that other, more highly prized tuber. I use two methods to make funghi trifolati, and both are equally easy:

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Gingered carrots

Gingered carrots by Brett Ede

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Pickled peppers

Pickled peppers by Gourmandelle LifestyleBlog

Autumn is near and I love having a closet full of conserved veggies prepared for the winter. Hot peppers are great with winter soups; they melt you inside out :)). Here’s a super easy method for conserving peppers that also works for other veggies too.

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Crumbled Tempeh

Crumbled Tempeh by John Spottiswood

Ok, for anyone familiar with tempeh this is a super basic recipe. But if you haven't cooked it before, and want a simple, delicious, and flexible way to prepare it, then this is a great place to start. Mark Bittman as this as one of his basic recipes in his How to Cook Everything Vegetarian cookbook. Serve it on a salad, over…

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Stuffed pumpkin – Baked vegetables

Stuffed pumpkin – Baked vegetables by Cooking Journey

Stuffed pumpkin with baked vegetables is beautiful and healthy meal. You can serve this pumpkin as a side dish or main dish for vegan dinner!

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Kangkung Tumis

Kangkung Tumis by Veronica Lucia

A super easy stir fry kangkung recipe.

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Tuscan inspired skillet potatoes, brussels sprouts and cranberry beans

Tuscan inspired skillet potatoes, brussels sprouts and cranberry beans by Meera Nalavadi

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Fagiolini in umido (Green beans in tomato sauce)

Fagiolini in umido (Green beans in tomato sauce) by Frank Fariello

While Sundays dinners at Angelina's house were once-a-week, belly-busting, meaty affairs, she practically lived on vegetables during the week. This was long before vegetarianism went mainstream and she would not have thought of herself as a 'weekday vegetarian' or anything of that sort. It was just the way that she grew up eating in a…

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Zucchini Split Pea Soup

Zucchini Split Pea Soup by Roxana GreenGirl

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Ginger carrots

Ginger carrots by Brett Ede

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Parsnips and Kale Saute

Parsnips and Kale Saute by Rich H

This is a nice side dish that incorporates the green goodness of kale with the tangy flavor of parsnips and ginger.

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Ready to eat Mango Pickle

Ready to eat Mango Pickle by Lourdes Princy

The mango season is coming to an end slowly.Green mangoes are so versatile that you can use them in pickles, preserves, juice concentrates, curries and much more.This easy to go pickle is so quick, so elaborate procedures just make it and have it for lunch :) done!

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Succotash - No Limas

Succotash - No Limas by Rich H

Do you like the thought of succotash but have a hard time with the limas? Some people do. I personally love limas but I think this update really works. And it's delicious too!

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Vegan Carrot Noodles

Vegan Carrot Noodles by Jennifer

I love this dish, it really fixed my craving for a warm comforting bowl of pasta. You could also make it with curry. The possibilities are endless. It's also delicious served cold.

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Bye Bye Blues, A Quick And Spicy Bean Dish

Bye Bye Blues, A Quick And Spicy Bean Dish by kathy gori

I have a small confession to make. I love trick vegetables. You know what I'm talking about, the orange cauliflower, the red squash, the black garlic. So you can imagine my surprise and delight when the gang at Lunita Farm showed me a basket of dark purple green beans at the Saturday Farmers Market. I'd never seen anything like…

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