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Perfect for the last of those beautiful summer tomatoes, this lasagna celebrates the best warm-weather vegetables, right down to a veggie-packed sauce. Use whichever veggies you have on hand, really! Sauce Ingredients 4 cups chopped carrots 1 large potato, chopped 1/4 cup nutritional yeast 1/2” piece of ginger 1/3 cup tahini...
The concept of Neighborhood is mostly found in the subtitle: hearty salads and plant-based recipes from home and abroad. It’s obvious that it’s vegetable-focused and seasonal/location-based from the first few pages. But if you’re not a traditional salad lover, no worries - she describes her approach as “elevat[ing] the salad from...