CaponataThis robust Italian salad is equally enjoyable as a sandwich filling, a topping for veggie burgers, or spread on crostini as an appetizer for your next gathering.Cucumber and Mint RaitaThis refreshing yogurt salad is often served with spicy Indian dishes. It typically features dairy
yogurt, but for a vegan version, experiment with unsweetened alternatives..Eggplant “Caviar”You don’t have to be an eggplant lover to enjoy this popular spread.GuacamoleOur adaptation of Mexico’s most popular and versatile avocado dish can be savored as a dip, in a salad, or as a topping for tacos and tostadas.HummusThe secret to delicious hummus is a good quality tahini. It makes all the difference! Serve with pita bread, crackers, and assorted vegetables for a wonderful party appetizer!Lentil PâtéThis dish is an adaptation of a traditional Middle Eastern recipe. It can be served hot or cold, as a pâté with bread or crackers, or in combination with cheese, yogurt dressing, and sprouts, tucked into a pita sandwich.Miso Tahini SauceHere is a full-flavored and nourishing sauce that is excellent when served over burgers, cooked vegetables, or rice.Reuben SandwichTo a great extent, the success of this classic sandwich depends upon the meat-substitute you decide to use. A couple of brand items that are popular in the United States are included here, but they are only two of many. Also tasty with Russian sauce. Super Special BBQ SauceGaetan Charest prepared this Super Special BBQ Sauce for the “Summer-is-Coming, Get-Out-the-Grill” cooking class held on May 11, 2019 at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois. Paired with eggplant steaks and veggie burgers, this BBQ sauce can be your own “secret sauce” (we won’t tell) when you become the “Grill Master” of your neighborhood! Tofu Spread, Middle EasternCrunchy vegetables add texture to this nourishing spread!Vegan Cheese SauceThe vegan version of this cheesy sauce is guilt-free and decadent with a texture and taste that will amaze the kid in you. Enjoy this sauce with chips, mac and cheese, or pour it over sandwiches. Get creative!