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Avocado-Mango Smoothie

Walnuts possess more heart-healthy omega-3 fats than any other nut. No walnuts in your pantry? You can also try buzzing walnut butter into the mix.

Sugar Snap and Snow Pea Stir-Fry

Sugar Snap and Snow Pea Stir-Fry

Cashews add crunch and protein to this colorful stir-fry. You also can make the dish with frozen sugar snap and snow peas. Just add to the mix, and stir-fry a little longer than you would fresh peas.

Charro Beans with Chipotle Sausage

Charro Beans with Chipotle Sausage

Take the pork out of a Texas classic and what do you get? A flavorful, protein-rich dish that's great with vegetarian sausage. Chipotle-flavored sausage is in keeping with the recipe's Tex-Mex roots, but it can be quite spicy. If you like less heat, try the recipe with a milder-flavored veg sausage.

Tofu Dengaku with Celery Root Puree

Tofu Dengaku with Celery Root Puree

In Japanese cooking, dengaku refers to anything grilled with a miso glaze. As an introduction to tofu, it can’t be beat. We’ve paired it with a celery root purée for a veg variation on steak and potatoes.

One-Pot Pasta Primavera

One-Pot Pasta Primavera

This easy recipe lends itself to endless variations. In place of fresh basil, try 1/4 cup chopped cilantro or parsley, 2 Tbs. chopped fresh tarragon, or 1 Tbs. finely minced fresh rosemary or oregano.

Vegetable Pot Pies

Vegetable Pot Pies

Sometimes you just want pot pie. This one is wholesome, delicious, and freezer-friendly. Make a batch, and freeze some for heat-and-eat weeknight meals. Poultry seasoning (yep, it’s veg) is the secret flavor booster in this recipe.

Vegetable Rosti with Tomato-Corn Relish

Vegetable Rosti with Tomato-Corn Relish

A little flour and egg bind together grated vegetables to make satisfying patties. We’ve topped them with a summery relish, but you could easily substitute salsa or sautéed mushrooms.

Live Hot and Sour Soup

Live Hot and Sour Soup

You can heat this soup until it is warm and it will still be considered "live," according to vegan chefs Mark Reinfeld and Jennifer Murray.

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