Recipes


  • Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Kale on Toast

    One of the big challenges of a whole-food, plant-based diet is learning to cook without eggs or oils. Eggs are useful for binding foods and to start cooking the first step is often to add an oil to the frying pan or saucepan to fry onions.

    Instead of frying foods, try cooking with water - keeping the lid on the pan to ensure that the water does not evaporate. Add water as required.

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  • Bean Patties

    It is difficult to find a recipe for a vegetarian patty that does not fall apart at some stage. These patties are delicious and hold their shape and can be eaten hot or cold.

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  • Tomato and Peanut Butter Sauce

    It is difficult to find a commercial tomato sauce that does not contain added salt, sugar and other ingredients that you may wish to avoid. Try this easy to make alternative that can be modified to suit.

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  • Chocolate (Cacao) Slice

    A tasty, easy-to-prepare slice for those who love their chocolate.

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  • Pecan and Zucchini Patties

    It is difficult to find a recipe for a vegetarian patty that does not fall apart at some stage. These patties are delicious and hold their shape and can be eaten hot or cold.

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  • Vegetable Lasagna

    A delicious meal that is easy to prepare.

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  • Macadamia and Cashew Dukhah with Australian Bush Spices

    Dukkah (pronounce the u as in duke, dū’ka) originated in Egypt.  It is made a mixture of seeds, nuts various roasted nuts and spices. It can be used as a topping over salads, pasta or anything else that takes your fancy.

    The recipe below uses Australian spices but you can try any spice, herb or nuts that takes your fancy.

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  • Interview with Karo

    Karo Tak is a wonderful, passionate yoga teacher, vegan cook, animal activist working with the Sea Shepherd organisation - and much more.

    She visited Maitland recently to teach a vegan cooking class at Organic Feast.

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  • Lentil Casserole

    A tasty and easy main meal with lentils, vegetables and tomatoes.

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  • Rainbow Salad – easy, colourful and tasty

    The salad is delicious and easy to prepare.  Add or change the recipe to suit your ingredients and taste. You can buy a Vegetable Spiraliser to slice vegetables into long thin lengths or use a fine grater. The dressing is tasty and can be used on many different dishes.

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