Black Bean Enchilada Quinoa [Vegan] – One Green Planet

Make this healthier by getting rid of the olive oil and sauteing the onions and such in low sodium veggie broth, red wine or a nive Mexican beer. You can wrap it up in large tortillas as burrito fillings, use it in quesadillas with a vegan-friendly cheese, put it on top of some tortilla chips to make hearty nachos or even team it up with lettuce and avocado for a filling salad.

Source: Black Bean Enchilada Quinoa [Vegan] – One Green Planet

Tempeh: a High-Protein, Fermented Meat Substitute – One Green Planet

You know about tofu, but have you tried tempeh? Both are soy-based foods that hail from East Asia, but that’s about all they have in common. While tofu is a soft, flavorless block of pressed soy milk curds that can be used in both sweet and savory dishes, tempeh is a firm, savory fermented soy […]

Source: Tempeh: a High-Protein, Fermented Meat Substitute – One Green Planet