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Vegan Chili Rellenos
1 Anaheim chili peppers
1 8 ounce package vegan mozzarella cheese
2 follow your heart vegan eggs
1 aquafaba egg (whipped garbanzo bean water)
Kosher salt
Black pepper
3/4 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 cup oil for frying

For sauce
4 Roma tomatoes
1/2 medium onion
4 cloves garlic
Juice of two limes
Kosher salt
Black pepper

Preheat oven broiler to high place rack 6 inches from heat source roast peppers under broiler approximately 8 to 10 minutes or until blackened on all sides turning constantly.
On a second cookie sheet slice onion and mashed garlic with knife roast until slightly blackened

Once peppers are done place and a bowl of cool water remove the skin and reserve on the side using knife gently open and remove seeds. Repeat until all peppers are peeled and cord using paper towel pat them dry.
Stuffed peppers with cheese and seal use a toothpick if need be.
Follow instructions to prepare vegan egg. For aquafaba use garbanzo bean liquid only from Can pour into mixing bowl using whisk blade whip until thick and forms stiff peaks. Gently fold in aquafaba mix with vegan eggs.
In a separate bowl combine flour baking powder and salt.

Preheat cooking oil in a small sauce pan or skillet until oil is hot and shimmering.
Gently take peppers roll them in flour on the flower dip and coat gently and egg mixture using your hands gently lace peppers into hot oil. Repeat until all peppers are done.

Blend tomato onion and garlic until smooth use reserved pepper peels continue to purée add salt and lime juice to taste.

Serve on a bed of tomato sauce with a side of rice and beans.

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ieatgrassdotcom Congratulations to @wokwildside for winning the iEG Spring Challenge! Thanks for everyone who entered, keep your eyes peeled you never know when the next contest will be! 3d

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ieatgrassdotcom Tempeh Reuben
By: @chef_michelleann, iEG Contributor

This is one of my favorite recipes from our brunch class, at the Natural Gourmet Institute. Enjoy the bold flavors of this classic American sandwich with a meatless twist, using tempeh. No need to crave meat after eating this. I added a side of roasted asparagus and a baked potato for an easy, tasty, vegan meal.
This is a great meatless alternative for any bbq, picnic or party. Even your meat eater friends will enjoy!


2 cups filtered water
¼ cup shoyu
2 cloves garlic, peeled
1 bay leaf
8 oz. tempeh, sliced on diagonal into 6-8 pieces
3-4 tablespoons coconut oil for frying


1. In 2 ½ quart saucepan, combine marinade ingredients. Cover pan, bring to boil.

2. Add tempeh slices, lower heat, and simmer uncovered 30-40 minutes.

3. Drain tempeh and pat dry.

4. In 12-inch sauté pan, heat oil. Brown tempeh slices on both sides. Drain on paper towel.

5. Let the creativity begin!


Rye Bread
Sliced tomato
Avocado spread or Nayonaise

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ieatgrassdotcom Hot water cornbread with Cayanne pepper infused salted agave glaze. One of 5 courses at the up coming #REDCLAY pop-up at 2nd Sunday's @joicafe Sunday June 12th with chef @Ayinde: tickets available through joy café Instagram page. There going pretty fast so I would suggest you buy them today! 7d

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ieatgrassdotcom Your boy is back in the kitchen this June at @joicafe for their awesome 2nd Sunday series. I'll be workshopping my new concept Red Clay-- cooking up some southern soul food infused with all this fresh California produce. Along with a surprise or two 😎 You can purchase tickets for this very limited seating event at #SecondSundayChefSeries #VeganSoul 1w

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ieatgrassdotcom It's getting warmer everyday, rock your guns in these snazzy #foodpornfluffer tanks from the iEG clothing shop! Link in bio! 2w

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ieatgrassdotcom Watch me make this on Periscope + Facebook live #FoodPornProducerShow 😎
The twist on shrimp and grits with kale and tempeh

For tempeh:
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1/2 pound tempeh sliced
1/4 cup red onion diced
2 sticks Wakami
1/2 teaspoon thyme, powdered
1/2 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 cup spring water
1 tablespoon of pepper seasoning

Instructions: in a medium skillet over medium high heat heat oil in so hot and shimmering. Add sliced tempeh and cook until browned on either side. One by one at a time, basil, oregano, water, soy sauce, all-purpose seasoning and salt to taste.
Mix well, cover and allowed to braids or proximately 8-10 minutes on low.
For grits
1 cup water
1/4 cup white grits
2 teaspoons vegan Parmesan
1/4 cup soy milk, unsweetened and unflavored
Pinch of salt Instructions: bring water to a boil and grits stir with a whisk continuously reduce to medium. Once grits thicken add milk, salt and cheese continue to stir reduce to medium low until grits reach thick creamy consistency. Approximately 5 to 7 minutes.
For Kale
1 tablespoon cooking oil
1/4 cup red onion, diced
1 small tomato, rough chop
2 teaspoons garlic minced
Juice of half a lemon
Instructions: and a hot skillet add oil onions sauté onions for approximately two minutes add kale garlic and tomatoes sautéed kale wilts. Season with salt pepper and a squeeze of lemon juice.
To produce the food porn: layer grits greens, tempeh on top garnish with remaining braise liquid from tempeh fresh tomatoes and diced onion.

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ieatgrassdotcom Tune in! 2w

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ieatgrassdotcom Don't ever let anyone tell you being vegan is difficult, you can find, delicious food anywhere!

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Went to @giadavegas and had the best #vegan gnocchi (semolina flour and olive oil) with marinara sauce! They have a Groupon $20 for $40 towards two people at breakfast and lunch. Thanks @giadadelaurentiis

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ieatgrassdotcom iEG is taking over Las Vegas! Stay tuned for a round up of vegan friendly places on the strip!

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#vegan Fragrant Vegetables w/ Garlic Sauce from @chinchinusa! They ran out of bok choy😧 and I asked for more greens and ended up with hella water chestnuts lmao It was really good though and hella food!

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ieatgrassdotcom Happy Mother's Day to all mother's today! 3w

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ieatgrassdotcom Good Morning Everyone!
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Who needs Gatorade when nature provides you with all you need?!? Take the watermelon for instance... It has all the electrolytes and potassium that you need!! Not only that it prevents Cancer, clears skin, it even haves amino acids... SAY WHAT?!?!? Yeah so next time someone tells you that you have to during that bull$hit... You know you can just grab the watermelon!!! Watermelon has a ton if other benefits too:

1. Contains most important antioxidants found in nature.

2. It is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, & beta-carotene.

3. Contains lycopene. These antioxidants travel throughout the body neutralizing free radicals. Free radicals are substances in the body that can cause much damage to us. They are able to oxidize cholesterol, making it stick to blood vessel walls and thicken them which can lead to hearty attack or stroke. The lycopene which gives fruits the attractive red color that we find in watermelon can help reduce the risks of prostate cancer.. Watermelon contains more lycopene than any other fresh fruit or vegetable.

4. Watermelon rich in electrolytes sodium and potassium that we lose through our perspiration.

5. Watermelon is rich in the B vitamins necessary for energy production. Because of its higher water content approximately ninety percent and calorie value it is ranked more valuable than other fruits.

6. Watermelon has a special cooling effect and is high in citrulline, an amino acid that our bodies use to make another amino acid, arginine, which is used to remove ammonia from the body.

7. The antioxidants help reducing the severity of asthma. It also reduces the risk of colon cancer, asthma, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and prostate cancer.

8. Watermelon is a good source of thiamin, potassium and magnesium which protect our body from so many diseases.

9. Watermelon is fat free but helps energy production. It protects against macular degeneration.
#badassvegan #vegan #watermelon #realfuckingfood #health #fitness #refresh #fuckcancer #veganfoodshare #vegsnsofig #foodporn #teamBAV #ENJOYLIFE

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ieatgrassdotcom iEG Contest Reminder!

Hey Grass Eaters!

Spring’s finally here and we’ve found some tasty morsels tucked away that we need to get rid of and would hate for them to go to waste! Enter the iEatGrass Spring Giveaway for your chance to win great products from @Fieldroast!

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ieatgrassdotcom Yummers!

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"So I went to ikes place here in chico(just opened up a couple weeks ago). It was my first time. I've heard lots about their vegan meatball sub so I got one...I will have to say it was friggin scary. Haha I thought I was eating real meat. I kinda couldn't eat it and feel comfortable. After checking the entire menu and seeing if they sold non vegan meatballs and realizing the vegan meatballs were the only ones they sold I started to feel more relaxed. It was nuts I tell u. The fries are pretty grub also!"

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ieatgrassdotcom Eat your colors!

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Nothing like a little mixed fruit parfait to kick off this gorgeous weekend! It's so easy to put in a little extra care and attention when making our meals. How our meals look to us visually is also how we are nourished by them. Today's parfait, I layered papaya on top of strawberries and sliced banana - truly eating the colors of the rainbow. Oh and guess what, we're about to announce our food photography retreat this October with Marlies from @hartmann_health - it's going to be epic! I mean seriously, have you seen her photos! I've learned so by taking food photography courses, and if you're looking to up your game with your photos then it would be great to have you join us here in Hawaii. We're also going to be announcing our "Raw Food, Learn the Power of Manifestation & Dolphin Swimming" retreat soon, which will be in February, so stay tuned!
#LiveFree, Laura D 🏼

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