• The Best Vegan Restaurants in Mexico City…that Even Foodies Will Love

    Mexico City has been one of my favorite destinations for authentic, delicious food. There are tons of vegan restaurants, and I’ve put together a list of my favorites. Even foodies will love these spots, featuring both traditional and innovative dishes.

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  • Authentic Mexican Recipes: Oil-Free Plant-Based Vegan Dishes

    Mexican Cooking centers around simple ingredients: corn, rice, beans, peppers, and avocado.  Authentic Mexican recipes focus on fresh flavors.  Tortillas are used to make tacos, enchiladas, and tostadas.  Dried chili peppers make smoky, spicy salsas.  Cilantro and lime add bright finishes that make you feel like your soaking up the sun on a warm Oaxacan

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  • Red Quinoa Enchiladas Rojas

    Medium |  Servings: 6  |  Ready In: 60 minutes |  Yield: 12 tacos Dried Ancho chilies bring smoky heat to this authentic Mexican entrée. Healthy, gluten-free red quinoa provides the base for the hearty filling.  This makes the perfect vegan dinner for a crowd – they’ll be begging for more!  Serve with 5 Minute Guacamole,

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  • Oaxacan Baked Tostadas with Tomatillo Serrano Guacamole – Oil-Free, Authentic, Vegan

              Medium |  Servings: 6  |  Ready In: 20 minutes |  Yield: 12 tostadas Based on a classic Oaxacan pork dish, this vegan version of tostadas uses smoky bulgur for healthy flavor.  Skip the grease and deep-frying by simply baking the tortillas in the oven.  A dollop of creamy, spicy Tomatillo

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  • 4 Easy Healthy Vegan Snacks in Less Than 5 Minutes: Round Two

    Are you short on time but need something healthy to eat?  Are you looking for an easy snack that you can grab on the way to work or before heading to the gym? It’s Round Two of my easy snack.  Here are 4 healthy snacks that are ready in less than 5 minutes. In Round

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  • Mexican Cooking 101: Chef’s Guide for Delicious, Plant-Based Authentic Flavor

    Mexican Cooking 101 May 5th is “Cinco de Mayo”, the day in 1862 when the Mexican army overcame France for a symbolic victory that eventually led to Mexico’s Independence.  While it has remained a relatively minor celebration south of the border, in the US, Cinco de Mayo has become a day to celebrate Mexican heritage, with

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