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I knew I had posted this before sometime last year. Guess when? Last VeganMoFo, of course! Old picture- tonight I served it just with arugula- no pasta. Tonight’s meal was Chickpea Piccata from Appetite for Reduction. The recipe is available … Continue reading
One of the dishes that I started eating frequently while I was doing Eat to Live was a quick Chana Massala. What I’m about to show you is what I would call the “standard” version, but you could also leave … Continue reading
I decided to try Eat to Live, like any cool vegan blogger. I started a new blog to track what I’m eating and share my thoughts- but I’m using The Picky Vegan to post any new recipes. On my first … Continue reading
Salads. Fresh mixed salad green from the farmer’s market, with carrots, scallion, red pepper and grapes, topped with a bit of Italian dressing. Also, chickpea salad on sourdough bread, bread also from the farmer’s market. In the chickpea salad are … Continue reading