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Ebook Release!

What to serve or bring to parties and potlucks, ezpecially those with mixed diets involved, seem to be one of the biggest recent food dilemnas people are having. Personally, parties are one of my favorite times to serve vegan food to some who may not be familiar with it. It's a great opportunity to demonstrate how amazing and tasty vegan and gluten free foods can be!

Sloppy Joe Bowl

Being gluten free can sometimes be achallenge, especially when you're looking for bread that has the right taste, texture and holds up to being used in various ways. Although I've found that looking for local bakeries that make vegan and gluten free bread is the best route to go, sometimes it's just easier to go without and create dishes we love without the bun. Not to mention easier on the waller since it's still a specialty product and my usual loaf is about 7 dollars.

Butternut Mac and Cheese

It's always funny to em to hear people talk about how complicated being vegan must be, when really it's so simple and affordable. This Butternut Squash based Mac and Cheese can be made any time of year and is less than $8.00 for a full emal that can feed 3-4 adults. It's also gluten free, soy free and nut free, so pretty much everyone can enjoy regardless of food allergies.

Baked Onion Rings - They're Fat-Free!

I've cracked it! First with my Hot Cauliflower Wings, now with these onions rings. A batter that requires zero oils or fats to crisp up beautifly in a hot oven. I have many many plans for this. Most definitely will be serving variations of these to people would join our secret dinner parties (more info coming soon, but you can sign up for the mailing list here.)

Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie

Spring is definitely in the air now, at least here in Vancouver it is! All the flowers are blooming and the air and sun are warm during the day and satisfyingly chilly at night. This means that casseroles and hearty dishes like this Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie are still very very welcome in the cool evenings. This dish is a delightful twist on the classic I grew up eating. Although it had very different ingredients, this still reminds me of evening with my family as a kid.
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