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Spiced Cream of Tomato Soup

Time to update this classic recipe by veganizing it and adding more flavors and texture. Chef Linda’s luscious heart- and belly-warming soup comes together quickly and deliciously!

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Humble Stew with Tomatoes, Potatoes, and Chickpeas

From the humblest of pantry ingredients; forgotten potatoes, canned tomatoes, and dried chickpeas, comes a delicious, bright, and satisfying stew. Perfect for spring!

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Mung Bean Stew with Sweet Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Mung beans? Yes! Try Chef Linda’s luscious, creamy, comforting stew made from this amazing super-bean.

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Roasted Cauliflower-Garlic Soup

For a simple but satisfying bowl of soup, try Chef Linda’s Roasted Cauliflower-Garlic Soup. This vegan soup gets its creaminess from cauliflower and cashews.

Curried Sweet Potato-Apple Soup with Candied Pepitas

This soup recipe was developed for a Thanksgiving cooking class when warming flavors and seasonal produce were top of mind.

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15-Minute Curry Noodles

On a busy weeknight, sometimes you just need a quick 15-minute meal to whip up and get some food in your rumbling belly, ASAP.

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Vegan New England Clam Chowder

If you were, or still are, a clam chowder fan, we have great news for you! It’s possible to make a ridiculously delicious vegan version of this classic soup without sacrificing flavor or texture – and this recipe is the secret.

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Vegan Manhattan Clam Chowder

Reminiscent of a familiar favorite, this chowder uses plant ingredients to provide the flavors we loved in the clam-based version. Sea vegetables (kelp and wakame) are used to create a subtle sea-like flavor for the broth. The directions have you strain out these out,

Butternut-Pear Soup with Candied Coconut and Pepitas

When the weather cools down, make soup…butternut-pear soup with candied coconut and pepitas! In this festive recipe, butternut squash, pears, and coconut milk create a flavorful, silky soup.

Rosemary White Bean Bread Bowls

Soup can be a forgiving and nourishing dish to make when time is tight; its forgiving nature lies in the flexibility of ingredients–substitutions or imprecise measurements generally yield successful results.