GBTR: Vegetable Gimbap

“Gimbap is a common food when going on a picnic in Korea. Get creative and use your favorite vegetables! This food goes well with side dishes like tofu miso soup or tofu salad, so I think it would be good to eat with them” - Chef Hyewon

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GBTR: Chilaquiles

“The first thing I ever learned to make was chilaquiles; it was a staple at our house. The version I knew was fried, day-old tortillas, scrambled with eggs and cheese. My go-to version is a simple tofu scramble with chips and cheese mixed in. The great thing about this recipe is that once you have a sauce ready, you can mix in whatever you like with your chips. Add any type of vegetable, fungi, or my favorite, soyrizo.” - Chef Jesse

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GBTR: Mac n' Cheese

This standalone recipe is decadent and flavorful! Take a chance at making your own style by adding your favorite vegetables, leafy greens, or even a can of roasted chilies (a roasted green chili mac!). You can also top it with bread crumbs and fresh herbs for a tasty baked casserole.


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GBTR: Lasagna

Anything that you can throw in a pan, bake, and serve in said pan is glorious! Aside from the cashews, which can be pricey, this is an inexpensive dish that can feed your friends and family plus it makes for great leftovers. You can use any vegetable in place of the cauliflower and zucchini - get creative!

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GBTR: Coconut Curry

So f***ing good. A dish that craves variety. Substituting different vegetables, even frozen ones, is something to take away from this recipe. Coconut milk is a fantastic carrier of flavor, so this can be a good time to be adventurous with trying new vegetables. Pro tip: Curry is fairly inexpensive and gets better overnight, so make extra and you will have food for the next couple of days.

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Choc-Beet Cake

Really bloody good cake. Not easy on the bank by any means (found it out the hard way), but on tasting, can assure you it’s well worth the time and money. Or maybe I just like food too much. I know, beetroot in cake might sound like sacrilege, but trust me, if there is one thing I’ve learnt over my year and a bit being vegan, it’s that vegetables are full of tasty surprises. So, if you’re feeling adventurous or just really hungry, why not give it a whirl?   

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Pink Dal

Dal is an Indian stew made with lentils and can be served in a bowl or on top of rice or bread. This specific kind of Dal uses red/pink lentils called Masoor lentils. The recipe is completely vegan and is great for anyone who likes or wants to try Indian food.

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