• Dec.14...Happy National (Vegan) Bouillabaisse Day!

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    Over a year ago

    Bouillabaisse is a French fish stew that usually includes tomatoes and potatoes and is traditionally served with rouille, a spicy mayo, and bread. So ditch the fish and switch it up the vegan way! 🙂

    Bouillabaisse With Roasted Yellow Squash & Chickpeas
    From Isa Chandra at The Post Punk Kitchen
    yellow squash
    olive oil
    fennel bulb
    yellow onion
    fire-roasted tomatoes
    yukon gold potatoes
    red lentils
    bay leaves
    grated orange peel
    black pepper
    vegetable broth
    fresh thyme

    *Nori is a sweet, mild tasting sea vegetable. You can leave it out if you don’t want that salty sea taste.

    Details and directions at Bouillabaisse With Roasted Yellow Squash & Chickpeas
    According to the Rules of the Interwebs, you shouldn’t post someone else’s entire recipe, only part of it with a link to the rest, unless you’ve changed the recipe up bigtime.

    Similiar stews…
    Easy Winter Soup or Stew made with tempeh from PETA
    Vegan ‘Beef’ Stew made with seitan from PETA
    Spicy Vegan Kaldereta made with seitan from PETA
    African Vegetable Stew from PETA
    Greek Potato Stew from PETA
    Kale & Black-Eyed Pea Stew from PETA
    Easy Vegan Winter Warmer Lentil Stew from Veggie Blackboard
    Lentil and Italian Sausage Stew from Laura at VegWeb
    Sumptuous Shepherd’s Stew with tofu from Angela Liddon via VegNews
    Chick’n & Bean Stew using Gardein Scallopini from Gardein
    Seth’s Tofurky Stew made with Tofurky cubes from Turtle Island Foods

    Do you miss fish since going vegan? What’s your favorite kind of stew? Have you ever eaten vegan in France?

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    Over a year ago

    Hey @alexblue!

    YUM! There you go making me hungry again 🙂

    Thanks 4 your great posts!

    ~Liz from peta2

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