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Soy Bacon, Basil and Tomato Pockets

This twist on an old American classic, the BLT, is just as good as the original.

by Maxine Effenson Chuck and Beth Gurney

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Basic Browned Tempeh

Tempeh is a partially cooked product, and it needs to be cooked further before it is edible. After years of experimenting, I have found t...

by Mollie Katzen


French-Style Green Lentils

Lentilles du Puy—a.k.a. French or green lentils—are smaller and more flavorful than our common brown lentils. They also hold their shape ...


Steamed Tofu with Black Bean Sauce

I’ve heard the complaint countless times: tofu is too bland. Instead of seeing it as a flaw, however, I see it as a strength. The neutral...

by Martin Yan


Tofu Curry

This dish was one of my biggest surprises. The soy yogurt mixed perfectly with the spices and provided the much-needed moisture and textu...

by Anupy Singla


Grilled Tempeh with Mustard Greens

Tempeh is especially delicious when cooked on an outdoor grill, but an indoor grill pan also produces very good results. Enjoy this entre...

by Sandy Pukel and Mark Hanna


Stir-fried Tofu with Peppers and Black Bean Sauce

Good Asian food stores sell fermented black beans which make for a more authentic sauce. If not, black bean sauce is more easily availabl...

by Sophie Braimbridge and Erica Jankovich


Broccoli Salad Chinese Style

With the current focus on broccoli’s healthful properties, most everyone’s looking for new ways to serve it. Here’s a spicy side salad co...

by Bonnie Tandy Leblang


Tempeh, Pepper, and Spinach-Pesto Sandwich

A spin on a traditional BlT, this sandwich is particularly exceptional served alongside a generous helping of German potato salad.

by Celine Steen and Joni Marie Newman


Immune-Building Miso Soup with Tofu

Miso soup is a vital component of Japanese diets. Made from fermented soybeans, it’s like chicken soup for the Japanese soul (but without...

by Deirdre Rawlings

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