Thai Orange Soup

What is more comforting than a big bowl of warm hearty soup? Today, Sister Ahmahlyah will be showing us how to make a big delicious pot of Thai Orange Soup for you, your friends and your family. It is important to follow this recipe exactly in order to get the

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Tofu Teriyaki

[wldd_display levels=”SVS Monthly Membership” display_message=”yes” message=”This lesson will be available to you in {{days}} on this date: {{date}}” period=”126days”] A vegetable stir-fry may have been one of your very first homemade vegan meals. Now, we get to see first-hand how a master chef prepares it. In this video, Sister Yokeved from A Taste of Life … Continue reading

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East Indian Samosas

[wldd_display levels=”SVS Monthly Membership” display_message=”yes” message=”This lesson will be available to you in {{days}} on this date: {{date}}” period=”56days”] Now if these samosas don’t taste JUST LIKE they were cooked in an Indian restaurant! The best part is you know they only contain good stuff because you made them yourself. Add garam masala to really … Continue reading

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Szechuan Eggplant

[wldd_display levels=”SVS Monthly Membership” display_message=”yes” message=”This lesson will be available to you in {{days}} on this date: {{date}}” period=”133days”] Eggplant or Aubergine (for our Soul Vegan Summit family in the British Isles) can be prepared a thousand different ways. When I tasted this eggplant at one of our social events, I knew we had to … Continue reading

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East Indian Saag Paneer with Tofu

[wldd_display levels=”SVS Monthly Membership” display_message=”yes” message=”This lesson will be available to you in {{days}} on this date: {{date}}” period=”154days”] Prepare for your journey to India with this aromatic recipe. The beautiful combination of coconut oil, fresh ginger, garlic and spices will have everyone in your home running to the kitchen with their forks in hand. … Continue reading

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