Tempeh is a protein-rich food made from fermented soybeans.
This simple recipe can be assembled the night before and prepared in the morning for a weekend breakfast or brunch. Or use it for a delicious tempeh BLT with baby greens and perfect cherry tomatoes. The tempeh strips can be left marinating in the fridge 2 to 3 days. Just be sure ...read more
Carrie Guilfoil, of Lockport, Ill., whipped up this juicy veg version of an Italian steak sandwich for her brown-bag lunch: “After everyone—even carnivores—picked at my sandwich and commented on how good it smelled, I realized I should submit the recipe!” ...read more
This well-loved assemblage of lightly cooked and raw vegetables translates literally as “mix-mix.” A colorful combination of wholesome ingredients is arranged on a platter in separate mounds and served with a peanut-coconut sauce. ...read more
Stock up on chestnuts while they're in stores for the holidays so you can make this dish throughout the winter. ...read more
Prepared hoisin sauce, a Chinese dipping sauce made from fermented soybeans, garlic, chiles, and spices, makes quick work of this flavorful stir-fry. Once opened, hoisin sauce should be stored in the fridge, where it will keep for months. Serve this dish with brown rice or soba ...read more
Channel your inner Julia Child to make this classic French dish sans veal, the meat that’s usually used. The cream sauce is made with a flavorful cooking broth and a roux, then finished with a little soy creamer. For a more traditional recipe that uses dairy, replace the ...read more
Cooked oatmeal provides the binder for raw oats, tempeh, onions, tomatoes, and spices in this home-style favorite. If you don’t have herbes de Provence in your spice collection, substitute Italian seasoning mix, fines herbes, or 2 teaspoons poultry seasoning. ...read more