I am so thankful to live in Southern California. Beyond the beautiful weather and beaches is how the Spanish influence has helped to shape the state.
In addition to their dedication to family and friends the Mexican culture also introduced us to amazing foods. Thanks to Soyrizo and avocados, veganizing Mexican favorites is simple.
As a note there are varying degrees of spiciness in different brands of Soyrizo. I have found the best and mildest to be from El Burrito. In addition to being Vegan it is also Organic, Gluten Free, Non-GMO and contains no preservatives.
Click here for a store locator. It is also available through Amazon but is currently out of stock.
YUM! I love me some potatoes, anyway possible except in hash brown patties or tater tots!
It’s raining today in Southern California which equates to another one of my 101 reasons to declare it a soup day!
This soup comes together quickly and since potatoes are a relatively bland vegetable, you can use your imagination and add your own toppings.
In addition to the Tofurky and Parmela Creamery shreds I used extra Parmela Creamery shreds, chopped red onion and a dash of Sriracha!
Quick, economical and DELICIOUS!
Pasta! A staple in my household. I always have at least 6 packages on hand, both regular and gluten-free.
This Italian version of a traditionally French dish is loosely-based on a dinner my mom used to make when I was growing up.
You can also eliminate the Kite Hill Ricotta which makes it a little less decadent.
I hope you enjoy this dish and invite you to leave your comments below.