Tofu and Pecan “Meatballs”Serve these savory “meatballs” on a bed of pasta with your favorite sauce.Tofu and Vegetable DeluxeThis savory, delicious dish was presented at Veggie Fest 2013 by Ray Glend.Tofu RancherosFor a real south-of-the-border flavor, try this hearty dish which doubles as a filling for tacos or tortillas.Tofu Spread, Middle EasternCrunchy vegetables add texture to this nourishing spread!Tropical OatmealLet this Hawaiian variation brighten your mornings!Vegan ChaiIndian Chai is now popular all over the world. Here’s a vegan version! This flavorful tea can be enjoyed throughout the day.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!Vegan Pad ThaiIt’s hard to find a vegan version of Pad Thai, but look no further because we’ve got you covered. We present to you: Vegan Pad Thai! When making this dish, feel free to add or subtract vegetables to suit your palate. A generous amount of garlic plays a key role in the delectable sauce. Vegetable Fritters (Pakoras)Golden brown and crispy, deep-fried vegetable pakoras are a favorite Indian snack.Vegetable Pasta PuttanescaOur Veggie Fest team member, Sue Rose, developed a vegan version of Puttanesca with big flavor and zest. The harmony of its ingredients satisfies the palate, bite after bite.WassailHot, spiced cider is always a seasonal favorite.Watercress Lime CocktailAn enjoyable combination that is rich in vitamins A and C!