This is such a simple, easy way to add high-quality protein to a vegan diet. The ground sumac adds a bit of welcome acidity to the smoky flavors.
This salad may be made a day ahead of a special dinner. It keeps well when covered and refrigerated. We like it for a light, low-calorie lunch.
This salad has no added oils or fats other than what is in the yogurt. It has a fresh, crunchy texture and taste.
Use non-genetically modified, organic soybeans for best results. This low-fat, high-protein salad is a great take-along dish for a potluck supper.
Delicious served in bowls with a crusty bread, or spooned on top of a bed of brown rice, this is a healthy American Southern dish for the whole family.
The mild curry flavor in this soup is delightful. With the textured soy protein, lentils, and brown rice, you will have a high protein, low fat main dish soup that the whole family will like.
Whether you make your own Homemade Tempeh or buy it fresh, tempeh makes for a great vegetarian cook-out or grilled entree. Made from fermented soybeans, it is a high-protein product that will give you a sense of well-being.
This is a perfect accompaniment to a vegetarian Lentil Loaf or a light vegan dinner. Delicious!
This tofu "meatloaf" holds together nicely. If you do not have a food processor, chop the vegetables finely and blend well for best results.
High in protein and very satisfying, these stuffed peppers are easy and economical. I like to serve them with a baked potato and green salad.