Tofu with Green Beans and Chorizo BowlThis wholesome bowl hits all the right notes for a complete meal. It’s a delicious and delightful presentation. Araceli Flores shared this recipe at a 2019 cooking demonstration held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois. Thai Veggie Bowl with Peanut DressingCrunchy, cool vegetables with a savory, sweet peanut dressing. With protein, starch and vegetables this salad is a complete meal.Dairy-Free Feta Watermelon Mint SaladThe taste of summer in a crisp juicy salad. The perfect picnic dish, especially on the 4th of July with it’s red, white, and blue colors.Chickpea Flour OmeletsThis oil-free recipe is simple, hearty, and delicious. In under an hour, you can whip up a gourmet meal, good at any time of the day, especially if you use warmed leftover vegetables!Daily Morning Cleanse JuiceLavina Phulwani-Sethi shares this refreshing juice recipe with us. Packed with immunity-boosting fruits and vegetables, it will give you energy for the entire day.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.” Gado GadoThis beautiful and fabulous recipe, Gado Gado, was presented at Veggie Fest, 2019 by Manna Kitchen. It’s a crowd-pleasing, warm, Indonesian vegetable salad. Lentil Millet Sweet Potato BurgerFilled with whole food goodness, this burger will please family and friends alike. It is moist yet firm and will work well as a sandwich or served as a side dish.Veggie Soy BowlRocío González prepared this Exquisite Veggie Soy Bowl at our Saturday, February 16, 2019 cooking demo, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Swiss MuesliThis elegant muesli gets the day off to a healthful and delicious start. In Europe, it
is often served for brunch or as a light evening meal.Lentil LoafRay Glend prepared this Lentil Loaf at our November 10th, 2018 Holiday Entrées cooking class, held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois.Minestrone SoupEnjoy this festive and distinctive soup as a meal in itself or as a first course to an Italian dinner. For a gluten-free version, use one of many available pastas made with rice, quinoa, corn or even lentils—and check your bouillon cube ingredients.