Simple and delicious recipe for French lentils, with fresh herbs and vegetables that are easy to find year round. Make a cold lentil salad with leftovers, or add broth and seasonings to make into a soup!
This fresh, crisp salad is the perfect way to use kohlrabi from your farm box. Use whatever fresh herbs you have on hand, like basil, parsley, cilantro, or mint.
These soups are packed with vegetables and full of flavor. Make big batches of soup and reheat for quick lunches or dinners throughout the week.
With just 3 ingredients, you can make Carrot Top Miso Condiment in a flash. Serve it with cauliflower steaks, vegetable fried rice, or on brown rice in a buddha bowl.
Minestrone Milanese is chock full of veggies and is naturally gluten free. Enjoy a bowl with a simple salad for a complete nutritious meal!
French lentil and green bean kitchari is a fresher, lighter version of kitchari that is perfect for early spring or anytime you want to lighten up your meals. When reheating, add some fresh thyme and baby spinach to make it extra fresh and green.
These Roasted Veggie and Black Bean Tacos are nutrient-dense and plant-based, and loaded with flavorful veggies, so try them the next time you need a taco fix!
Coconut Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry is mildly spiced with fresh ginger, turmeric, and cumin and is loaded wth seasonal vegetables.
Pistachio and rose petal coconut ice cream is a sweet and cooling, non-dairy, and the perfect ending to a spicy Thai or Indian meal!
This healthy French soup will transport you to Southern France at the first bite! It is packed with fresh vegetables and topped with a fragrant and delicious tomato-basil pesto. Try Soupe Au Pistou when tomatoes are at peak season!
Try this coconut-based curry if you like the flavors of Indian food without the heat! Kabocha squash, red lentils, and spices such as ginger, turmeric, coriander, cumin, cinnamon, and curry leaves make this curry irresistible!
This summery salad is full of freshness, flavor, and crunch. Try it with whatever fruit is in season– berries, peaches, or mango and add your favorite balsamic vinegar.