Whether you’re fresh out of university or shacking up with your significant other for the first time, living with other people has multitudinous benefits. Recipes are originals (unless otherwise sited) Please credit this blog as the source and link back to the original post as well as write the recipe in your own words, these (my) words are copywright protected. If you think that following a vegan diet means only eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches every day, think again when you see these lunch recipes.
Whether you’ve been a vegan for years or just want to try something new, these recipes should be kept right at your fingertips. We climbed high up the hill to partake of a fantastic lunch at the Valley View Tea Rooms, which turned out to be someone’s house completely thrown open to the public and bursting at the seams with happy diners.
I had the brunch special (served all day and night) Bloody Beer with Ghost River Grindhouse Ale and Nikki’s Hot Ass Bloody Mary Mix (it’s vegan and locally made!). Next add the broth and remaining vegetables and bring to a boil and allow to boil until potatoes are close to tender.
This quick and easy chilli is incredibly versatile, I use it as a jacket potato filling, in fajitas or tacos, with rice and guacamole for a Mexican feast, or scooped up in a handful of tortilla chips for a speedy lunch. Good luck with Weight Watchers, it really does teach us how to eat well, not too little, definitely not too much!
Jack Monroe’s Carrot, cumin and kidney bean vegan burger makes a cheap and easy dinner, while Jacqueline Meldrum’s Macaroni cheese recipe is a fantastically creamy vegan pasta dish for those seeking some comfort food. The sweets are always in lovely shapes and arranged just-so, and decorated with little ground pistachio garnishes… and they look perfect, and they usually aren’t vegan (though, happily, a few are!).