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If you think eating vegan is boring, think again. Browse through these hearty recipes and find main courses, salads, and soups that'll fill you up — and even satisfy your meat-loving friends. Don't stop there: Try our delicious vegan desserts, pizza recipes, breakfast ideas, and homemade ice creams!
You'll probably want to make a double batch of these coconutty toasted pitas for an afternoon snack.
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Get your vegetable peeler ready! Dress up this tangy quinoa salad with shaved asparagus ribbons.
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In just 20 minutes, you can turn a bland head of cauliflower into a flavor-packed main.
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Fully loaded, fully vegan — and all the guac you could ever dream of.
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We promise these are nothing like those sad, frozen veggie patties.
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Make this in your for the easiest (and heartiest) family dinner.
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It may be hard to believe but this sweet and spicy pad thai is better than takeout (yep, we went there).
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There's a reason this creamy, protein-packed dish is an Indian classic. It's delicious, that's why.
Pack this light summer dish the season's finest produce, including tomatoes, zucchini, and squash.
Not sure how to cut your gourd? Follow this four-step tutorial.
The natural sweetness of the yam goes perfectly with chipotle flakes and smoky cheese sauce in this truly amazing dish.
Crunchy, roasted chickpeas are the new crouton. You heard it here first, folks.
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Now that you're getting the hang of your spiralizer, you might as well turn every veggie in your fridge — carrots and zucchini, especially – into colorful "noodles."
This vegan "queso" is liquid gold and might be better than actual cheese.
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This salad is loaded with everything but the kitchen sink — purple cabbage, broccoli, chick =peas, and more — making it almost as beautiful as it is delicious.
Switch to a Parmesan-free vegan pesto sauce ( is our favorite!) for a pasta dish everyone can enjoy.
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Top roasted sweet potatoes and quinoa with a sweet Thai peanut sauce for a healthy Asian-inspired meal.
Big ol' shells stuffed with protein-packed pesto ... need I say more?
This flavorful stir-fry uses zucchini noodles instead of regular ones, making it both vegan and gluten-free.
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Meet your new go-to weekday lunch.
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Trust us, you'll want to make room on the grill for these colorful skewers loaded with squash, mushrooms, tomatoes, and more veggies of your choosing.
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For all you crouton lovers, this is basically a bread salad. Dig in.
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Topped with a spicy red chile sauce, fried tofu brings the crunch to this cucumber and cashew-filled quinoa bowl.
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How do we make these noodles so creamy and cheesy without cream or cheese? Magic (and nutritional yeast).
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The takeout menu is limiting — these spicy and sweet Brussels sprouts, however, are not.
This nutrient-packed veggie soup is more soothing than chicken noodle. (Bold statement, I know.)
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These spiced Indian chickpea fritters are full of surprises, including three different kinds of veggies. Shh!
You rely on tofu for well, everything. Give it fresh flavor with this sweet mustard dressing.
The hardest part about making this salad is roasting the mushrooms. In other words, it's seriously easy to make.
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