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1. Berry Chia Energy Gel

Berry Chia Energy Gel

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This Berry Chia Energy Gel by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler is packed full of energizing nutrients that provide easily digestible nourishment for your long and intense workouts. Known as the “running food,” chia seeds are a fantastic high- energy endurance food that dates as far back as the ancient Aztecs. Soldiers used to eat a daily serving of these tiny seeds to give them energy for running long distances and to sustain them for long periods of heat and thirst.

2. One-Bowl Blueberry Lemon Loaf

Vegan One-Bowl Blueberry Lemon Loaf

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Berry season, A.K.A the best season, is almost upon us!  Berries are so versatile. Blueberry and lemon go so well together. Not only does lemon complement blueberries in this One-Bowl Blueberry Lemon Loaf by Megan Calipari,  but it also brings out more blueberry flavor. Which is obviously a good thing.

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3. Curry Chickpea Salad with Grapes

Vegan Curry Chickpea Salad with Grapes

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This  Curry Chickpea Salad with Grapes by Kristen Genton is definitely a must-have to keep in your fridge for lunches or snacks. You will love the contrast between the sweet grapes and the flavorful curry powder. Then you add in the crunch of the celery/onions and it’s the perfect combination!

4. Peanut Butter Tofu Pie

Vegan Peanut Butter Tofu Pie

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This Peanut Butter Tofu Pie by Lenny Wu uses tofu as the filling: it provides not only a smooth texture but also lots of plant-based protein. Of course, peanut butter is the star of the show — giving flavor to the filling and helping to bind together the crust. You may ask: why is the tart pink? Beet juice!

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5. Triple Chocolate Banana Bread

Vegan Triple Chocolate Banana Bread

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This Triple Chocolate Banana Bread by Hayley Canning is a  super rich, yet light and moist with a deep chocolate flavor. Deliciously decadent and easy to make. You are going to love it!

6. Tahini Oat Bars

Vegan Tahini Oat Bars

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These no-bake tahini oat bars are chewy, nutty (without any nuts), and loaded with powerhouse ingredients such as pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds, and chia seeds. Make a batch at the weekend and have a delicious, healthy snack you can enjoy throughout the week. They are gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan.

7. Summer Daikon Rolls With Avocado and Micro Greens

Vegan Summer Daikon Rolls With Avocado and Micro Greens

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Spicy daikon radish stands in for rice paper wraps in this refreshing wrap recipe. These Summer Daikon Rolls With Avocado and Micro Greens by Vegan: The Cookbook are crisp, thinly sliced daikon is stuffed with shiso (a Japanese herb that tastes similar to basil) cucumber, avocado, sprouts, and mint. Then, it’s drizzled with an umami sauce before being rolled up and garnished with black sesame seeds and a touch of yuzu citrus fruit juice.

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8. Summer Kitchari Bowl

Vegan Summer Kitchari Bowl

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Kitchari is an important dish in Ayurveda. Made from mung beans and rice that are lightly seasoned, it’s promoted as being a balancing dish, as well as being easy to digest. All that’s needed is one pot, and while the kitchari does take it’s time simmering, it doesn’t require much attention. So, while this Summer Kitchari Bowl by Emily Fraser is cooking, you can divide your attention among other things and still have a meal that’s delicious and filling.

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