Best Vegetarian Dishes

Heat Up A Tofu Burger
Heat Up A Tofu Burger
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Dip Sweet Potato Fries In Aioli
Dip Sweet Potato Fries In Aioli
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Mix Nuts and Dried Fruit For Trail Mix
Mix Nuts and Dried Fruit For Trail Mix
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Add Seasonal Vegetables To Couscous
Add Seasonal Vegetables To Couscous
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Stir-Fry Tofu Bean Curd With Vegetables
Stir-Fry Tofu Bean Curd With Vegetables
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Dip Carrots Into Hummus
Dip Carrots Into Hummus
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Add Berries To Yogurt For A Parfait
Add Berries To Yogurt For A Parfait
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Fry Crispy Falafels
Fry Crispy Falafels
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Curl Up With Butternut Squash Soup
Curl Up With Butternut Squash Soup
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Add Raisins And Walnuts To Quinoa
Add Raisins And Walnuts To Quinoa
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Make Fresh Applesauce
Make Fresh Applesauce
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Indulge In A Spinach Lasagna
Indulge In A Spinach Lasagna
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Snack On Edamame
Snack On Edamame
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Savor Vegetable Sushi
Savor Vegetable Sushi
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Grill Vegetable Skewers
Grill Vegetable Skewers
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Go Green With Pesto And Pasta
Go Green With Pesto And Pasta
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Warm Up With Minestrone Soup
Warm Up With Minestrone Soup
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Refresh With A Caprese Salad
Refresh With A Caprese Salad
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Bake Kale Chips
Bake Kale Chips
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Layer Vegetables For A Ratatouille
Layer Vegetables For A Ratatouille
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Weave Fundraiser WALK A MILE IN HER SHOESOn April 23, 944 men took to the streets in high heels and literally "walked a mile in her shoes" to raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault. Their efforts raised more than $312,000 to support WEAVE's 24/7 crisis intervention services for survivors in our community with 100% of the funds raises used for local services. WEAVE's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is the largest men's walk against gender based violence in the world. Photos by Tia Gemmell www.phototia.com The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event is fun opportunity for men to raise awareness in their community about the serious causes, effects, and remediations to men’s sexualized violence against women.This year will mark the 6th Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. This annual fundraiser has changed how our entire region works collectively to build a community that does not tolerate domestic violence and sexual assault. It has raised more funds to ensure survivors have the resources they need to be safe and thrive.
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