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Butternut Squash Basmati Rice Curry

Butternut Squash Basmati Rice Curry

Butternut squash basmati rice curry is a vegan recipe that will make a 4-quart casserole or 16 1-cup servings.  It makes a great main meal, or side dish, and takes about 15 to 20 minutes to prepare if the butternut precooked and frozen or about 30 to 40 minutes if the squash is fresh; cooking […]

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Stuffed Pumpkin – A Vegan Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Stuffed pumpkin is a head-turning treat to grace any vegan Thanksgiving table, and we can truly be thankful because no animal suffered or died for us to have this meal. Since preparation and cooking time overlap, we suggest allowing about 3 hours to prepare this meal. Most often people throw away the uncarved pumpkins they […]

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Baked Butternut Squash with Saba Cooking Banana Stuffing

Baked Butternut Squash with Saba Cooking Banana Stuffing

Baked Butternut Squash with Saba Cooking Banana Stuffing makes a great main dish treat for Thanksgiving or any other festive meal. If the stuffing is already made, it takes about 10-15 minutes to prepare 2 halves, and about 30-35 minutes baking time in a microwave oven. Baked Butternut Squash with Saba Cooking Banana Stuffing Ingredients: […]

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Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Toasted Squash Seeds

Toasted squash seeds or pumpkin seeds are a delicious snack for any occasion that we make every time we use an autumn squash or pumpkin in one of our recipes. Preparation time is about 15-20 minutes and baking (toasting) time in a microwave oven is about 10-15 minutes, including mixing time. Toasted Squash Seeds Ingredients: […]

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Serving the Stuffed Hubbard Squash

Stuffed Hubbard Squash

Stuffed Hubbard squash is a wonderful vegan Thanksgiving or other festive meal recipe that will highlight your dining table. Preparation time is about 30 minutes, if the stuffing is already prepared, and the roasting time is about 2 hours. This recipe will make 8 or more servings. Stuffed Hubbard Squash Ingredients: 1 Hubbard Squash, large […]

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Butternut Squash Stuffed with Cranberry Orange Relish

Butternut Squash Stuffed with Cranberry Orange Relish

Butternut squash stuffed with cranberry orange relish is a delicious vegan recipe for Thanksgiving or any other meal when butternut squash and cranberries are in season. This recipe takes about 15 minutes to prepare and about 30 minutes to cook one large butternut squash in a microwave oven set on high heat. If you are […]

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Butternut Squash Stuffed, Apples, Raisins, Walnuts

Butternut Squash Stuffed, Apples, Raisins, Walnuts

Butternut squash stuffed, apples, raisins, walnuts makes wonderful vegan main dish for any festive or holiday meal such as Thanksgiving. Preparation time is about 15-20 minutes, and baking time in about 35-40 minutes in a microwave oven or a little over an hour in a conventional oven preheated to 350 degrees F. Plan on using […]

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Acorn Squash Baked with Rice Raisin Nut Stuffing

Acorn Squash Baked with Rice Raisin Nut Stuffing

Acorn squash baked with rice raisin nut stiffing is a delicious vegan treat that can be prepared in about an hour including the preparation of the rice raisin nut stuffing. It makes a great looking main dish for any festive meal. Leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator in covered microwaveable dishes, and warmed up […]

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Butternut Squash Seeds

Butternut Squash Seeds

Butternut Squash Seeds – Photo and Description from Vegan Venue Butternut Squash Seeds are a fresh refrigerated ingredient we often have in our vegan pantry that we roast as a healthful snack food. This is a photo of the seed cavity of a butternut squash that has been cut in half, lengthwise.  We like to […]

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Squash, Zucchini

Squash, Zucchini

The zucchini squash in this photo are young ones that have been picked early.  They are the most tender and have no developed seeds.  They are excellent raw.  You can slice them in rings for salads and slice them in strips for dips.  During the summer and early fall they are found everywhere at farm […]

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