CHEAP Vegan Meals (That Are Easy & Taste Really Good)

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Today we’re making two budget-friendly, one-pot vegan meals that you can rely on all winter to keep you warm. Both of these vegan recipes use easy to find, cheap ingredients that come together for a healthy meal!

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0:00 Intro
0:15 Tuscan Kale and White Bean Soup
4:42 Sponsor Message
6:38 Spiced Carrot and Lentil Soup
13:20 Outro

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  1. Love your video, everything looked so delicious and easy to make! I was just wondering where you bought your apron from (I am from Canada so not sure if I will be able to find it). I work with food as a profession and it looks perfect for covering everything up!

  2. As an Indian I am so impressed with your dhaal. It looks delish. Just one thing though if you are open to suggestions. In india we don't put tomato paste or vegetable stock cube in any of our curries. We use fresh tomatoes and puree it and use that instead. But if you are not looking for authentic flavors then yeah you can change it up. 😊 hope my comment didn't offend you. Btw I love your channel. I love to let it play in the background while I am cooking in the kitchen 🤗❤

  3. These recipes both look so delicious and cozy! Thank you for sharing different options; it’s nice to have both a shelf-stable and specialty/mock meat option.

    Please don’t use Chaokoh; they’ve been linked to monkey labor as recently as this summer. I had no idea this was a thing either until I saw a shared article earlier this year.

    Much love

  4. Love love love you and Eric, helped me so much with switching to plant based way of life, overnight went cold turkey…. still going string since March, I do need your help with the cashew cream, I tried it but I doubled the recipe and got 3 inches of water in the bottom of my jar ????

  5. Another excellent video Sarah and I will be trying both the soups in the instant pot using the saute setting for the onions then after the remaining ingredients are in the instant pot the soup setting for 15 minutes to stir it ( check if additional liquid is required) afterwards then back on soup for a final 15 minutes. I love 😍 spicy food too. Love 🥰 the video and love 💞💕Sarah & Eric.

  6. Lately I've been freezing my leftover fresh herbs. They sometimes change in texture, but the flavor is all there! I've frozen cilantro, sage, and parsley so far. They all keep great just in a bag in the freezer. I just prep them like I normally would, removing big stems and whatnot and then pop them in the freezer. They get brittle and you can just crush them up a bit before putting them in your cooking.

  7. The intro was so fun – idea and edit 10/10 😀
    Also, I looove italian soups – tuscan and minestrone are my favourites and both are delicious, satisfying and cheap!
    Plus, soups are trully a hug in a bowl!
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    Anyways, thanks for sharing these great budget recipes!
    Have a great week ahead!

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