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Daikon Rolls

Daikon Rolls | She Paused 4 Thought

Spicy daikon radish stands in for rice paper wraps in this unique recipe. Thinly sliced daikon is stuffed with shiso (a Japanese herb that has a minty basil flavor) cucumber, avocado, sprouts, and mint. It is garnished with black sesame seeds and drizzled with a bright citrus sauce.

This Japanese inspired recipe is from Jean-Christian Jury’s latest culinary publication Vegan: The Cookbook. If you’re not vegan, don’t let the title detour you from this plant-based gold mine.

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Cranberry Dill Vegan “Goat Cheese” w/ Snacker Crackers

Cranberry Dill Vegan Cheese | She Paused 4 Thought

Eating plant-based foods has made almost every top food trend list for 2016. Even fast food restaurants like Taco Bell are adding vegan options to accommodate the demand for plant-based meals. Continue Reading →

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Hatch Chile & Chicken Lettuce Cups

Hatch Chile & Chicken Lettuce Cups | She Paused 4 Thought

Late every summer, huge displays pop up in grocery stores all across the U.S as a monument to the praiseworthy pepper that’s harvested in Hatch, New Mexico known as the Hatch Chile.

Cathy with Hatch-Chiles | She Paused 4 ThoughtI am a relatively new “Hatch Head” thanks to Melissa’s Produce, who introduced them to me several years ago. Since then, I have become hooked on their meaty, peppery & smoky flavor. Continue Reading →

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Portobello Salad & How Not to Commit Lettuce Murder

Portobello Salad | She Paused 4 Thought

Summer is officially here and with it comes the desire for easy recipes that are light, yet hearty. This plant-based salad is a perfect side dish for outdoor barbeques or as a vegetarian main dish. Continue Reading →

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Hearts of Palm Soup w/Sweet Potato Croutons

Hearts of Palm Soup | She Paused 4 Thought

Silky. Sassy. Sexy.  I know these are not adjectives that are usually associated with food, but this sensational soup is no ordinary medley. It is a tribute to Mexico’s African heritage known as The Third Root, and this soup fully embodies each of those adjectives. I don’t think I’ve ever tasted anything like it. Continue Reading →

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