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Vegan Dishes Can Be Fun & Easy to Make… Not to Mention, Melt in Your Mouth Delicious
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1 tablespoon Vegan Butter (or you could use grapeseed oil)
1 minced garlic clove
1 8 oz package vegan herb cream cheese
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7. Bake for approximately 20 minutes, or until the mushrooms are piping hot and liquid starts to form under the caps.
8. Plate and garnish with chives…ENJOY
Additional suggestions if you want to play with this easy vegan recipe.
-Add in some cayenne pepper to the mix to heat things up a bit.
-You could add some breading on the top after mushrooms are fully cooked and let brown in the oven for a few minutes.
-If you are a cheese lover, then you could add some vegan Daiya cheese on top…it is the only true melting vegan cheese that I have found.
-You could also add into the stuffing mix some “Fakin Bacon” Tempeh to add some protein and awesome smokey flavor
Hope You Enjoy this Free Vegan Recipe.
This is one of many free vegan recipes you will find on the site…with more free recipes soon to come!
It’s sure to wow any crowd and they wont even know it’s vegan (unless you tell them of course).
I enjoy making foods like this that people are familiar with, to introduce them, and often shock them that there aren’t any dairy products involved what so ever.
I love living a vegan lifestyle, and although I know it’s not for everyone, eating some vegan items along with your typical diet is a nice way of life. I choose to live vegan for many different reasons, but one of them is from a medical standpoint. It’s been shown that living on less than a 5% animal protein diet will ward off and even reduce the growth of cancer. I highly recommend watching one of the most fascinating documentaries that goes over in much detail with two Doctors, who explore cancer growth and how it relates to animal protein. The Movie is called, “Forks Over Knives”.
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