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How to Use Instagram Like a Food Blog Boss: 7 Tips for Efficient Instagram Engagement

How to Use Instagram Like a Food Blog Boss: 7 Tips for Efficient Instagram Engagement

Are you a food blogger looking for tips on how to use Instagram for your business? Are you wondering how to grow your Instagram account without losing your mind to the follow / unfollow crowd? In this blog post, I explore ways to be efficient on Instagram to promote your blog so that you spend your time doing what you do best – creating new recipes for your food blog.

Vegetable Lo Mein: The Ultimate in Vegan Chinese Food

Vegetable Lo Mein: The Ultimate in Vegan Chinese Food

Forget takeout! This vegan recipe for vegetable lo mein is packed with vegetables, uses gluten-free rice ramen noodles and a limited amount of oil for a healthy alternative to traditional lo mein. In addition to its healthy ingredients, this vegan Chinese food recipe is earth-friendly. Just think of all the takeout packaging you won’t have to throw away by making this vegan stir fry darling at home!

Pappardelle with Kale & White Bean Ragu and Cashew Cream Sauce

Pappardelle with Kale & White Bean Ragu and Cashew Cream Sauce

Looking for the ultimate in vegan comfort food? This pappardelle pasta with an easy kale and white bean ragù recipe will make even the coldest nights warm and cozy. Bring this Italian recipe to your table in a vegan friendly way by adding a healthy cashew cream sauce made with nutritional yeast and fresh lemon juice.

Kimchi Curious? Give This Twist on Korean Food, Brothy Bibim Guksa, a Try!

Kimchi Curious? Give This Twist on Korean Food, Brothy Bibim Guksa, a Try!

Curious about the Korean food kimchi, but not what recipes to try? This twist on a traditional Korean side dish, Bibimguksa, is an easy way to introduce kimchi to your dinner guests in the colder winter months. Made with noodles, a healthy dose of vegetables and (of course) kimchi, this brothy twist on bibim guksa is a wonderful introduction to Korean food.

Vegan Paella Recipe

Vegan Paella Recipe

This vegetable paella recipe is an easy way to bring this Spanish darling to your dinner table! Vegan friendly, this paella dish uses authentic Spanish Bomba rice and plenty of vegetables. This paella recipe is warm and comforting (and healthy), using traditional spices like saffron and paprika for a wonderfully authentic paella vegan experience.

Veggie-Loaded Easy Vegan Ramen Soup

Veggie-Loaded Easy Vegan Ramen Soup

This easy vegan miso ramen soup will have you trading in your takeout for homemade ramen any day of the week! A rich miso broth, paired colorful vegetables and chewy al dente ramen rice noodles make this ramen soup the ultimate in vegan comfort food.

Miso Glazed Delicata Squash

Miso Glazed Delicata Squash

If you haven’t tried delicata squash, this recipe is for you! This roasted delicata squash goes to the next level with a miso glaze finish, resulting in a sweet, salty and crispy treat. Eat it on its own, or add it to salads or soups for a complete vegan dinner!

Vegan “No Chicken & Biscuits”

Vegan “No Chicken & Biscuits”

This Vegan No Chicken and Biscuits is an easy way to introduce this creamy comfort food to your table in a cruelty-free manner. Featuring a cauliflower soup base and stocked with savory vegetables, this vegan soup is a healthy alternative to traditional chicken and biscuits. This vegan No Chicken Soup is accompanied by Minimalist Baker’s Best Damn Vegan Biscuits for a real, Southern comfort food inspired meal.

Roasted Pepitas (Roasted Pumpkin Seeds)

Roasted Pepitas (Roasted Pumpkin Seeds)

Roasted pepitas (or roasted pumpkin seeds) are a staple in my house. With one simple recipe, we have a topping for everything from vegan tacos, to soups to salads and desserts. In this post, I’ll talk about the nutritional benefits of pumpkin seeds as well as sharing a simple method of how to make roasted pumpkin seeds at home.

Vegan Bibimbap Bowl with Korean Tofu Crumble & Pickled Vegetables

Vegan Bibimbap Bowl with Korean Tofu Crumble & Pickled Vegetables

If you haven’t yet tried bibimbap, you’re missing out! Bibimbap, a Korean dish, means mixed ingredients (“bibim”) and rice (“bap”). Here, I’ve created a vegan version using a Korean-marinated tofu crumble and crispy rice. These ingredients are complemented by quick-pickled vegetables, roasted sweet potatoes and sautéed shiitake mushrooms. This vegan dish offers up a ton of flavor. It’s sweet, salty, spicy and a bit tangy with a ton of umami! It’s also a great dish to serve a crowd, offering up great aesthetics and the flexibility for each diner to build their own bowl.