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Vegan Recipes

Protein guacamole perfect for the holidays! Now we’re talking! The combination of brain boosting, heart supporting, fiber rich, potassium alkalizing avocados combined with the metabolism igniting, anti-inflammatory, muscle repairing, satiating plant based protein from Sunwarrior, makes this a super powered snack or addition to any meal or wrap.

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An absolute staple for anyone needing food in a hurry: hummus! There are endless varieties you can make, as well as endless ways to use it. I keep a stash in my freezer to tap into when I have little time for food prep or when last minute guests arrive. I even take some with me when I travel.

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Roasted beets are like candy to me, and this oh-so-pretty salad is a hit with most everyone. It can be served in numerous ways, including over a bed of cooked grains such as quinoa or freekeh. If you don’t have a spiralizer simply omit or shred beets instead. It serves 4 yet you may want to double the recipe so you have leftovers. It’s that good and sure to become a favorite. If you do double the recipe, don’t dress with the vinaigrette until ready to enjoy.

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Here we have a beautifully creamy vegan soup that takes your taste buds on a delicious, unique journey! So many fresh flavors come together here, and anyone who has this soup always wants more! It’s very high in enzymes to aid digestion and detoxification, vitamins and minerals essential for balanced health, fresh lemon and garlic to boost the immune system, spicy jalapeno to increase circulation.

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In this hilarious, informative, and entertaining vegan recipe video, celebrity chef and Cooking Channel TV host Jason Wrobel delivers a healthy, delicious, plant-based soup recipe to detox your body while livening up your taste buds. This detox mushroom soup will have you ready to start a cleanse, maintain one, or come out of one on a high note. Let’s begin!

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Onions have also been shown to significantly help lower blood sugar. In fact, its ability to lower blood sugar is so strong that it is comparable to medication drugs given to diabetics. Scientists believe that the component of onions responsible for this is a compound called allyl propyl disulfide (APDS).

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