For vegans, vegetarians, and people looking to try something new.
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We may not be having big, blowout holiday celebrations this year, but you can still cook these recipes for yourself (and the people you live with) in the comfort of your own home.
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The creators of this magical recipe figured out a way to make seitan without its trademark ingredient: wheat. Slice it thinly and serve alongside whatever vegetables and side dishes that you'd like — and then get excited to make sandwiches with this later, because it keeps for up to a week in the fridge!
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This allergy-friendly stuffing recipe incorporates pears for a dash of sweet flavors among the savory tastes, like mushrooms.
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It's squash season, baby! For this recipe, be sure to pick up enough acorn squashes for each person to enjoy half of one. Not only does it look pretty on the table, but it's also much more filling than you might expect.
If you've never roasted an entire head of cauliflower before, may I suggest that you try this recipe as soon as you can? It completely transforms into a warm, herbaceous treat that'll look different from any cauliflower you've ever seen before.
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A holiday side dish, with hazelnuts and rosemary, that'll look great on your table for any fall or wintertime celebration.
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Make your own loaflike "turkey" at home with this recipe that uses vital wheat gluten for a chewy, meatlike taste.
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Mix up your Thanksgiving options by filling a slow cooker with a vegetable-heavy stew like in this recipe.
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These light and pumpkin-spiced fluffy cookies are fun to make and are totally irresistible on the dessert table.