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Get out your favorite post-cleanse crackers because this pumpkin seed hummus is exactly what you’ve been craving.
Make this roasted garlic white bean dip with five simple ingredients in just five minutes of hands-on prep work. You’re going to love it!
Whip up a batch of this healthy homemade hummus and enjoy a smooth, creamy dip that bursts with hints of cumin and garlic.
Get ready to feast on this culinary creation. This dairy-free, creamy tomato lentil soup is incredibly satisfying and packed with protein.
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Cozy up on a chilly winter night with a comforting bowl of this vegan creamy cauliflower soup. It’s velvety, delicious, and super nutritious!
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This dish may just change your mind about collard greens. It’s anything but boring and the flavors will keep you craving more, bite after bite.
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The curly green kale is massaged in a zesty, lemony dressings with a hint of spice. It’s tossed with chilled quinoa and black beans.
Need a meal to help you get rid of those excess pounds from an indulgent weekend? What a coincidence, because this recipe does exactly that!
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This is the perfect vegan entree that provides a lot of fiber, protein, folate, and other vitamins in one healthy bowl. Make yours today!