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Crunchy Edamame, Pear and Walnut Salad

Fresh, light, delicious, and packed with protein as an added benefit, Chef Linda’s Crunchy Edamame, Pear, and Walnut Salad is a cinch to make. Let it brighten your day!

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Easiest Miso Soup for One

We all know that eating well when you’re busy, stressed, and/or under the weather can be a challenge.

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Broccoli Carrot Teriyaki Salad

Simple ingredients can often yield the best results in the kitchen. Broccoli and carrots aren’t the most trendy or exotic vegetables, but their colors, textures, and shapes create a gorgeous backdrop in the recipe.

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Thai Peanut Noodles

Does your mouth water when you see the word “Thai” in a recipe title? There’s good reason. Thai cuisine weaves together different fundamental taste senses in each dish: sour, sweet, salty,

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Edamame Quinoa Salad

If you ever wondered where to get your protein, try this flavorful salad. Edamame, tofu, and quinoa are packed with protein so this is a perfect dish to cover all the bases!

Edamame Dumplings

I always feel like I’ve accomplished something worthwhile if I can make and serve something that tastes as good – or better – than friends or family can get out at a restaurant.

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Hot and Sour Soup

Need to set your soul on fire? This is a must-try recipe–simple, powerful and addictive. Pre-vegan days, I was always timid around Hot and Sour Soup from Chinese restaurants.

Flaky Scallion Pancakes

For some of us, it’s not a Chinese meal unless we’ve had our scallion pancakes. The pancake should be a crispy delight, laden with chopped scallions, and dipped in a salty-sour sauce.

General Tso’s Seitan

If you’ve got a healthy approach to eating, you’ve probably never had General Tso’s Chicken, a popular sweet, slightly spicy, deep-fried chicken dish served in American Chinese restaurants.