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quinoa chili

quinoa chili

January in BC has been icy, foggy, and cold so far (at least cold by my weak West coast standards) so a spicy chili was just what the doctor ordered! This is the second chili we’ve posted on the blog, I think this one is […]

potato corn chowder

potato corn chowder

A creamy potato soup, just the thing for a slushy BC winter day.  We’ve created a vegan chowder that will knock your socks off! This soup has only a few ingredients, making it an easy “clean the fridge out” dinner. Yields: 6 servings Ingredients: 1 […]

two bean chili

two bean chili

A classic chili, spicy and hearty.  This bowl has won over my heart, before this particular soup came into my life I wasn’t the biggest fan of chili, but now it’s a staple meal to make and keep in the freezer for lazy nights. I […]

vegetable broth

vegetable broth

Never buy vegetable broth from the store again!  You can make this vegetable stock at home using scraps and spices in only 1 hour! The best part of making your own broth at home is you know exactly what has gone into it, no added […]

curried carrot leek soup

curried carrot leek soup

A creamy carrot soup with oven-roasted veggies and a mild curry spice.  This soup is fairly light and quite low in calories, I would recommend eating it alongside with a sandwich or salad to make a complete meal.   When growing up, everyone was told […]

vegetable miso ramen

vegetable miso ramen

The first vegetable-based ramen I ever had was at Ramen Jinya in Vancouver; I remember being skeptical because when the bowl arrived it had a mountain of broccoli and spinach on top.  Broccoli? In ramen? The answer is yes!  The broccoli soaks up the flavours […]

vegetable minestrone

vegetable minestrone

This soup is a labour of love, but well worth it for the deliciousness at the end.  The best part is that you can mix up the veggies that go into it depending on what you have on hand.  The flavour of the roasted peppers, […]

yellow split pea soup

yellow split pea soup

An unbelievably simple soup, the shallots, thyme, and curry powder make for a savoury and flavourful bowl.  It’s a great recipe to put on and simmer for a few hours, no intensive cooking required. Split peas give this soup it’s nutritional punch, adding fibre and […]