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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: New Lotus Roots & Umeboshi

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: New Lotus Roots & Umeboshi by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Lotus roots, when new and fresh, should be prized for their great natural taste. They can even be eaten almost raw after a little marinating. The Japanese have a simple and delicate way to prepare them with umeboshi/Japanese pickled plums, which should please vegans and vegetarians (and omnivores). It certainly makes for a great snack…

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VEGAN TOFU LEMON CUPCAKES

VEGAN TOFU LEMON CUPCAKES by Robert-Gilles Martineau

This is a slightly different version of the Japanese style vegan tofu cupcake I'm going to introduce next!

2 votes
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Brown Rice Inari sushi.

Brown Rice Inari sushi. by kiyoaki kato

good vegan dish.Sweet sour rice in fried tofu name Aburage.This bag shaped fried tofu may get it at japanese store.good lunch menu.

1 vote
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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Fried Bell Peppers, Shimeji Mushrooms & Umeboshi

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Fried Bell Peppers, Shimeji Mushrooms & Umeboshi by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Easy Vegan Japanese recipe!

2 votes
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Vegan Japanese Dessert: Sweet Potato, Apple & Gardenia Seeds Kinton

Vegan Japanese Dessert: Sweet Potato, Apple & Gardenia Seeds Kinton by Robert-Gilles Martineau

An Easy Japanese-style vegan dessert!

4 votes
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VEGAN TOFU CUPCAKES

VEGAN TOFU CUPCAKES by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Cupcakes are the norm all over the world when it comes to bakery and tofu is a must for vegans. Now, it is possible to make very simple cupcakes for vegans! Wheat flour allergics can replace the wheat flour with chestnut flour like the Corsicans and Portguese do in their traditional food! This is only the basic recipe to which you…

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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Persimmon Salad

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Persimmon Salad by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Persimmons are still found anywhere in Japan and more and more abroad. Sweet they might be but they do provide a great taste when combined in salads with supposedly sour ingredients. Here is a simple appetizer/salad recipe that should tempt everyone! Persimmon salad!

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Japanese Soba Noodles with Ginger Soy Sauce

Japanese Soba Noodles with Ginger Soy Sauce by AmandaE

Going outside of my comfort zone to try a new cuisine while working with an ingredient that has been my downfall in the past. This dish comes together in record time and is as delicious as it is simple!

1 vote
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VEGAN SOY MILK CARROT POUND CAKE

VEGAN SOY MILK CARROT POUND CAKE by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Easy Vegan Cake!

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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Dried Persimmon Appetizer

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Dried Persimmon Appetizer by Robert-Gilles Martineau

If you cannot find fresh persimmons, you still can create great and simple appetizers with sun-dried ones! They make for very sweet preseve fruit but also combine so well with sour vegetables as an appetizer! Dried Persimmon Appetizer!

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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Yuzu Miso Dressing

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Yuzu Miso Dressing by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Vegan and vegetarians do sometimes experience problems making dressings for their food. The Japanese have an easy and very tasty way to remedy for such an issue: Yuzu Miso Dressing/Lime and miso dressing!

2 votes
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Japanese Cakes/Wagashi : Recipe-Anko/Sweetmeats

Japanese Cakes/Wagashi : Recipe-Anko/Sweetmeats by Robert-Gilles Martineau

One main ingredients in traditional Wagashi/Japanese Cakes is “anko” (or more simply “an”) which can be translated as “sweetmeats” or “bean jam”. I would like here to introduce a simple way to make one’s own “anko” at home:

2 votes
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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Daikon Chrysanthemums

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Daikon Chrysanthemums by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Here is a simple and “artistic” recipe using daikon and yuzu/lime. It’s called 菊花大根/Kikuhana Daikon which can be translated as Chrysanthemum Daikon. You don’t need Chrysanthemums, but only cut the daikon into the shape of the flower!

2 votes
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Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Deep-fried Tofu Balls

Vegan Japanese Cuisine: Deep-fried Tofu Balls by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Meat balls, or any balls for that matter, don’t have to be made with meat, eggs or dairy products to be attractive and tasty. It is quite a simple task to create them when you have tofu around! Here is an easy and healthy recipe: Deep-fried Tofu Balls:

1 vote
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Vegan Peach and Luccola Salad

Vegan Peach and Luccola Salad by Robert-Gilles Martineau

Fruit are great as desserts, but they have so many benefits that they aso make for some great combinations with vegetables, especially salads! Her is an example as peaches and luccola are in season: Vegan Peach & Luccola Salad!

1 vote
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