Hotpot, Kimchi Gyoza NabeGyoza are also known as dumplings or pot stickers and can be found in the frozen section of most stores. Other ingredients can be found at any Asian supermarkets. A donabe is an earthenware pot that is used in Japan to make one pot meals.Miso soupEasy, fragrant, healthy, and delicious, our Miso Soup is a favorite recipe taught at our Learn To Be Veg classes and a treat to serve the family for lunch or dinner.Turmeric DressingThis vibrant, tangy turmeric-ginger sauce is full of powerful antioxidants that reduce inflammation and support the immune system. Turmeric is well-known for its cancer-fighting properties and DNA protection. Ginger, a proven remedy for nausea and anti-inflammatory properties, also stimulates the digestive fire for better assimilation of nutrients. Enjoy it on potatoes, greens, and grains! Tropical Sunshine SmoothieBring some sunshine into your life with this delicious, protein-infused smoothie.Edamame & Pea soupThis high protein soup makes a delicious meal during any season. Adding rosemary elevates this French favorite.Quiche (veganized)This fabulous Veggie Fest Presents! recipe comes from Jill Keb, the Vegan Gal, who demoed it on Saturday, January 25th, 2020 at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois. It’s great for appetizers, as a side-dish, or served at brunch. Get creative and add a slice of vegan “ham” to create your own plant-based version of “Quiche Lorraine.” Chocolate CakeThis rich, vegan chocolate cake is moist, delicious, and oh-so-easy to make.Brown Sugar Refrigerator Cookies with Date FillingThis soft cookie is irresistible! With the brown-sugar refrigerator dough, create a cookie “sandwich” with a delicious orange-flavored date filling that is studded with walnuts.Almond Flavored Cookies with Raspberry FillingThis elegant and crispy sandwich cookie is made with almond flavoring and seedless raspberry jam. Feel free to experiment. Try peppermint flavoring or crushed peppermint candies in place of the almond flavoring or spread with chocolate icing instead of raspberry jam.Traditional Potato Latkes, VeganizedCommemorating a holiday miracle that occurred nearly 2200 years ago, the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah is also called the Festival of Lights. Some of the most popular Hanukkah foods are latkes or fried potato patties topped with applesauce or (vegan) sour cream. Check out our blog “Hanukkah and Latkes Around the World” and discover other variations of this popular recipePozole (Vegan, Gluten-free)This traditional stew from Mexico has been veganized without losing any flavor. It’s so delicious! Serve with tortillas and love.Cutout Sugar Cookies for the HolidaysA tender, crisp, buttery cookie that melts in your mouth. No eggs required in this recipe so it is natural for vegetarians. Be creative and decorate to your heart’s content!