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Vegan Japchae

Japchae is a popular Korean dish characterized by sweet potato noodles and a mixture of vegetables. It’s often consumed at celebrations, and as you’ll see with this recipe, it can come together really quickly!

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Dominican Chapea

When I'm in the Dominican Republic, this is one of my favorite stews to make. Chapea tastes different in each house-some like it with chayote squash instead of butternut squash (pumpkin); others add broccoli or green plantains and skip the carrots.

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Sweet and Sour Fusion Soup

This soup brings together several vivid and dynamic flavors. The pineapple will remind you of tropical destinations, and the lime adds that touch of acidity, but there’s also a more mild sweetness to support and balance them out.

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Peanut Kale Soup

It’s a good idea to make big batches of this dish—it’s one of those soups where everyone goes back for seconds, thirds, and yes, sometimes fourths. If you don’t have kale on hand, use collard greens or spinach.

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Potato Soup

This versatile, hearty soup is delicious on its own or with bread for dipping. Fresh dill really makes the flavors pop in this recipe.

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Red Mushroom Pozole

Pozole is a traditional Mexican soup. In this plant-based version, the standard meat-based protein is substituted with a healthy dose of mushrooms.

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Traditional Caldo Tlalpeño Soup

Caldo Tlalpeño is a Mexican soup that is traditionally prepared with vegetables and chicken. This plant-based version is so filling and hearty that it could be used as a perfect main course for dinner or lunch. It can be one of your go-to comforting soups whenever you’re in the mood for something warm and delicious.

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Colombian Ajiaco Potato Soup

Ajiaco is a popular soup in Colombia, Cuba, and Peru. Although its origin has been debated, this dish is prepared with a number of specific regional variations. In Cuba, ajiaco is prepared as a stew, while in the city of Bogotá, Colombia, it is prepared as a soup that primarily contains potatoes, corn, and herbs called guascas.

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Vegan French Onion Soup

French onion soup is a classic that gets its flavor from deeply caramelized onions. This vegan version has every bit of the flavor, with only a fraction of the fat. Topped with sourdough bread and vegan mozzarella, you will be amazed by its incredible texture and rich taste.

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Bean & Rice Stew

Asopao is a type of hearty stew containing rice that is prepared in many parts of the Caribbean. Traditionally it is prepared with meat, seafood, or beans. This plant-based version of a Puerto Rican national classic is a staple, whether it's for a family reunion, large gathering, or simply a flavorful home-cooked meal.

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White Bean Chili

This alternative to red chili has a southwestern flair and is chock-full of vegetables and beans. It’s a true crowd-pleaser!

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Spinach and Garbanzo Bean Soup

Spinach is nutrient dense and brings a freshness to this dish along with the lime. Lastly, don’t be tempted to use sweet paprika! Smoked paprika (made from smoked red peppers) gives this dish an air of mystery and depth.

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African Peanut Stew

This stew with hearty tofu, a healthy dose of kale, crunchy peanuts, and fresh cilantro will spice up your life with its delicious flavors, textures, and aromas.

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Mean Green Soup

This deliciously creamy, revitalizing soup is jam-packed with veggies, yet is hearty and incredibly tasty to comfort your soul on a cold day or night.

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